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Old 10-19-2007, 10:23 AM   #26
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Re: Kubi Nage???

There is a photo of Saito Sensei applying Kubi nage in his book Aikido Its Heart and Appearance.
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Old 10-19-2007, 02:54 PM   #27
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Re: Kubi Nage???

this is Kubi Guruma, first technique of Owaza Juppon kata of Tomiki aikido. IMHO it is done very poorly here. I tried to find a better video of it on YouTube with no success.

the attack is very stilted. not good.

likewise, this technique (as done in Owaza) is performed go-no-sen... basically wait till uke has almost hit you (say, a couple of inches away from your chin) before moving.

the idea is to get uke to totally commit to the attack, they actually think that they have you and you're going to hit the ground. then you make a small turn almost in place, and connect at the wrist and neck. the spacing and light touch causes kuzushi in uke, sending an S wave through their spine and tipping them slightly off the line of attack. you take the space in which they need to recover and they go over the pinky toe of the lead foot. because of the rotation of nage, the light connection, and the attempt at recovery from the S wave, uke tends to spiral around nage while in the air, making the throw happen >180 degrees from the original line of attack.
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Old 10-20-2007, 04:07 AM   #28
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Re: Kubi Nage???

Kubi nage as per 'Teachings of the founder of Aikido' book.

The pictures appear to be the application of Kubi nage from Ryo mune dori with O' Sensei's atemi to the inside of the elbow. One picture with a gyaku hanmi atemi while the other with an Ai hanmi atemi.

Am I right?

BR!
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Old 10-20-2007, 04:23 AM   #29
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Re: Kubi Nage???

Maumote,
I would agree with you since that is how I was taught kube nage and that is how Saito Sensei performs his kubi nage in his book Traditional Aikido (although I originally said Its Heart and Appearance).
If I can I'll try and post a picture of it.
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Old 10-20-2007, 11:57 AM   #30
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Re: Kubi Nage???

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Maumote Chami wrote: View Post
Kubi nage as per 'Teachings of the founder of Aikido' book.

The pictures appear to be the application of Kubi nage from Ryo mune dori with O' Sensei's atemi to the inside of the elbow. One picture with a gyaku hanmi atemi while the other with an Ai hanmi atemi.

Am I right?

BR!
I would call these techniques hatchi mawashi instead of kubinage. Anyway that's just a name. The technique is great. Thanks.
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Old 10-20-2007, 05:10 PM   #31
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Re: Kubi Nage???

Thanks to everyone, because all your answer now I can have a clera view of the technique,
thanks all.....
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