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Old 09-12-2014, 05:30 AM   #101
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Re: Irimi Nage

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It's impossible to move people in a static and balanced position. I think the initial rotation is generated by the attacker when the nage move inside to the attacker as a response. From then, nage simply grab the head/neck,collar, whatever, to secure the rotation, unbalance attacker, and cut down
not impossible or even difficult, since most human that i know of have only two legs, not 4. something for you to think through: does a 4 legged chair more stable than 2 legged chair? hint: ask someone to stand in the most stable stand, walk around the person, then ask yourself, in which directions when you apply power would that person has the most difficult time to keep balance?

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Old 09-12-2014, 08:37 AM   #102
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Old 09-12-2014, 09:33 AM   #103
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Re: Irimi Nage

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It's impossible to move people in a static and balanced position. I think the initial rotation is generated by the attacker when the nage move inside to the attacker as a response. From then, nage simply grab the head/neck,collar, whatever, to secure the rotation, unbalance attacker, and cut down
I think grabbing the collar is going to be remarkably ineffective against a competent attacker who has some idea how to keep his balance.

You are correct that you need to disrupt his balance, but grabbing the collar is not a great way to accomplish it.
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Old 09-12-2014, 09:43 AM   #104
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Re: Irimi Nage

For us grabbing the collar is kihon waza.
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