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AIKIDO TECHNIQUES TIPS

- Katate tori shihonage ura


o OSAWA SENSEI
Do not take a deep step behind the partner. The key is to allow the partners
hand to continue deeply in towards its original direction, as in tankan ho. Then,
we make the turn where we are rather than taking a deep step in and losing
balance.
Raise the hands as if holding a sword that means the held hand rises with
palm vertically, not horizontally. This applies to both ura and omote
The final cut is towards the toes of your front foot.
Stepping through, connect leg, hip and hands rising. You must not disconnect
these. When done, cut towards the front toe.

- Morote tori kokyunage


o OSAWA SENSEI
Raise the hand up as if holding as sword, but point your elbow slightly towards
the opponent. If you do this properly, the opponents elbow will rise towards
the ceiling, and his rear leg will rise. Step in, extend arm and throw.
- Ikkyo
o OSAWA SENSEI
The hand at the wrist must be on the top, not at the bottom when it grabs the
wrist
When lowering their arm, you must not lower just the arms towards your hips,
but the entire body, keeping the spine straight. CONNECT THE ARMS TO THE
REST OF THE BODY! Do not use them separately!
IKKYO VS NIKKYO VS SANKYO VS YONKYO
The difference in the movement of nages outside hand for IKKYO, as
you turn the opponents arm over and sideways, the opponents
forearm rotates around your inner wrist part and ends up in your palm,
with the correct side up. For NIKKYO, the movement is different the
nages palm sticks out behind ukes forearm in preparation for the
change of the grip and their relative positions remain more or less
unchanged until you change the grip for nikkyo.
For SANKYO, we will return to the IKKYO grip, but once the opponents
arm is lowered the hand that grasped the forearm slides down to grasp
the outside of the opponents palm. Then press forward while the
other hand is still holding/covering the elbow and at the end of this
movement swap the hand that holds the palm. Then, walk around the
opponents arm, cutting down, then once again pressing down on the
elbow (this time from the other side, and with the other hand) to bring
the opponent down towards yourself. SO THE HANDS SWAP ROLES
DURING SANKYO. Also, do not place the arm on the elbow for the final
lowering until you have walked around the arm.
IN NIKKYO URA, WE CONTINUOUSLY FACE TOWARDS THE OPPONENT.
IN SANKYO URA, WE GO TO HIS SIDE AND FACE ROUGHLY THE SAME
DIRECTION AS THE OPPONENTS.
YONKYO starts same as ikkyo, then the arm is pushed forward and grip
changed as you step into the opponents armpit.
FOR ALL *KYO TECHNIQUES MAKE SURE YOU BRING THE ARM OF THE
OPPONENT IN FRONT OF YOUR HIPS DO NOT JUST PUSH IT AWAY IN
FRONT OF YOU. ALSO, DO NOT LEAVE THE REAR LEG BEHIND WITH THE
INITIAL MOVE.
TAI NO HENKO
Remember to keep your elbow close to the side of your body IT IS
SUPPEORTED BY THE HIPS.
Common problem people turn sideways first and then they have to
pull the arm with force. Another comment problem people step in
while turning the palm so the palm is facing opposite to their head.
ALIGN HEAD AND PALM AND BODY!
Tb observe: it is using the principle of directing two opposing forces in
the middle, and then once directed you can alter the direction as
you wish. So initially, you deflect the forces sideways and as you
continue turning re-direct the opponents force to where it originally
went.
USHIRO TEKUBI TORI SANKYO
THE STEP IS LIKE TOHEI SENSEIS ONE ARM FORWARD ONE ARM BACK
EXERCISE BUT INSTEAD OF STEPPING FORWARD, THE STEP IS FROM
HANMI FORWARD FOOT BACKWARD! ALL WHILE THE PALMS TURN
OVER, AND ARMS MOVE IN ARCS TOWARDS WHAT BECOMES FRONT
FOOT!
The sankyo grip and turn hold the opponents palm in front of your
slightly bowed head and rotate around the centre of your body.