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Old 09-10-2010, 08:02 AM   #26
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Re: kubi nage

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In Yoseikan Budo, kubi nage is the Judo version described here. Basically it's tai otoshi from a headlock.
Just out of curiosity, how do you call in Yoseikan Budo the second throw in Taisabaki no Kata?
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Old 09-11-2010, 04:26 PM   #27
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Just out of curiosity, how do you call in Yoseikan Budo the second throw in Taisabaki no Kata?
Tai Sabaki no Kata has an uchi and soto form. The second tai sabaki is hiraki and I believe the soto throw is a sutemi called.....drawing a blank here. I think it's soto waki dori. But as I've said before, I'm just a student so please don't quote me on that.

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Old 09-12-2010, 02:39 AM   #28
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Re: kubi nage

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Tai Sabaki no Kata has an uchi and soto form. The second tai sabaki is hiraki and I believe the soto throw is a sutemi called.....drawing a blank here. I think it's soto waki dori. But as I've said before, I'm just a student so please don't quote me on that.
Yes, of course. I meant the uchi nagashi form. We call it Kubi Otoshi. You meant the soto hiraki movement, which name is Soto Waki Tori Sutemi.
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Old 09-13-2010, 07:57 AM   #29
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Re: kubi nage

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Yes, of course. I meant the uchi nagashi form. We call it Kubi Otoshi. You meant the soto hiraki movement, which name is Soto Waki Tori Sutemi.
Yes it's Kubi Otoshi here as well.
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Old 12-08-2010, 12:35 PM   #30
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Re: kubi nage

'We call the second technique in Tai Sabaki no Kata "Kubi daoshi han sutemi".
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Old 12-08-2010, 08:38 PM   #31
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Re: kubi nage

I wouldn't remember the name, but I've been taught head throws much like the one in the original video occasionally and some people I train with will occasionally do them on me in jiuwaza... We do tend to do them a little bit more 'carefully' than some throws though and generally with more intermediate/advanced students....

It's not on any of the tests or anything like that... just one of those random techniques that comes up from time to time...
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Old 01-13-2011, 03:58 PM   #32
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Re: kubi nage

Both Mae Kubi Otoshi or Kubi Daoshi Han Sutemi are correct for the second throw in the Tai Sabaki No Kata. It's definetly an han sutemi technique.

The throw shown in the video is called Kubi Nage in Yoseikan Aikido and it's different from the Kubi nage in Judo.

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