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Old 03-04-2001, 04:40 AM   #5
jfearon
Dojo: Richmond Dojo
Location: Richmond, North Yorkshire, England
Join Date: Mar 2001
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In the Dojo i train at, we do not do much multiple attacks. Last night we did our first muli-attack. It involved tory raiseing his two arms to his side, and two ukes holding both arms and pulling them as tight as possible. Then some how the tori has to get out of it. To do this tori firstly pulls forward then studdenly runs backwards causing the tow ukes to collide in front of him. Now tori takes the right hands of the two ukes, and graps them together. Now its just a "simple" case of applying shio-nage and watch as the two ukes fall on top of each other.

Jamie Fearon
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