John Matsushima wrote:
It sure takes a LOT more control!
Often I have had to let my technique "fail" if you want to term it that way, because the uke was disconnected, or unwilling to commit, or ....
make it work without their input/participation in sucessfully completing the technique in hand.
But it takes more skill, more momentum, or just more willingness to "finish" regardless of ukes wellbeing.
Better sometimes to "let it go" than to hurt them.
I hope I get more & more able to control (safely)
and emulate the more accomplished folk I see practice.