Oh no, not again. I came back to this thread to actually add something to it and I come across Michael's post. Once again I find myself agreeing with the brutish Yoshinkan guy. I'll just add that I agree with what he said
Michael Stuempel wrote:
1. *Always* move forward. Never backward. Don't wait in one spot, either
2. Do complete pivots when you pivot. Don't just move slightly, but use the control over uke that it gives you
3. Keep you kamae and stand straight. Don't bend over.
4. Complete your throw (zanshin). Don't rush it.