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Ikeda, Hiroshi -- Irimi
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Description: Irimi: Iriminage

Iriminage presents a wide range of iriminage interpretations, applications and training approaches, from classic forms to powerful freestyle. The attacks, footwork, and iriminage demonstrations with a variety of uke offer exciting study material for beginners and advanced students alike.
Keywords: Hiroshi Ikeda Irimi


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Dan Hover


Registered: August 2000
Posts: 132
Review Date: Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $50.00 | Rating: 9 

 
Pros: clean photography, well executed waza, overall presentation
Cons: The basic versions of Iriminage aren\'t all that basic

Of his 4 DVD/VHS this one is IMHO the best one. Ikeda has his students demonstrate the basic iriminages from various holds. And then at the end of the DVD Ikeda demonstrates freestyle versions which are beyond excellent. On the minus side, the footwork drills are a tad bit complex and for some odd reason Ikeda pivots some times on the heels, which I find Odd. Secondly if you watch him during freestyle, his iriminages, Ikeda always enters backwards on the throw, like cutting back instead of cutting forward. Thirdly the basic version of Iriminage as taught by doshu has nage/shite stepping forward to execute the throw not shuffling forward. I.e. irimi-tenkan-step, vs. irimi-tenkan-pivot-shuffle which is a completely acceptable version, I just wouldn\'t call it basic.

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