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  • Te No Kage!
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    the start of ikkyo

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  • Greese
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    OK cool.

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  • Te No Kage!
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    nikyo variation from ikkyo, once you have your opponent bent over into ikkyo, you can snake your back hand around and bend their wrist into nikyo

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  • Te No Kage!
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    just read the thread, interesting......don't know what my requirements are yet for testing but that seems pretty comprehensive

    as per ikkyo, yes, just think of it as an upper block or back fist, just important that it works when both people are using the same hand (ie right on right) and it's in the jodan position. It's an entering technique so you have to get there first, if you know what I mean

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  • Greese
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    No problem.

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  • Darting Fingers
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    I did, my bad.

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  • Greese
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    OK, can do that one.
    That is done a lot from an X block, right?

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  • Te No Kage!
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    ikkyo, usually trained to defend against shomenuchi (top of head strike), back hand keeps wrist planted at hip with front hand putting pressure on elbow to put leverage against shoulder

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  • Greese
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    OK...maybe it would be useful to go read my first post on the thread I link to.

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  • Darting Fingers
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    Ok

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  • Greese
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    For my test.
    See the thread I link to.

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  • Te No Kage!
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    Originally posted by greese1
    BTW- If anyone can show me some pictures of these so I can get in my mind which is which, I would appreciate it.
    Ikkyu takedowns
    Nikyu takedowns/controls
    Sankyu comealong
    Juji nage
    Greese, I can help you out with these, but you have to tell us why you want to know them.....

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  • Greese
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    Yes that was a judo site and normally that would answer any throw questions...except when the throws in question are Aikido techniques.
    I know how to do all of them, but I have no clue on thier name.

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  • Darting Fingers
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    Aikido?
    Ikkyo, Nikyo thought the o was just a different spelling from the u.
    It is a judo site isn't it?

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  • Greese
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    Those links have nothing to do with those techniques.
    They are Aikido techs, not Judo.

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