This version of Kaitenage,
is characterized with multiple moves and complex footwork.
The attacker grabs for the victim's left lapel.
In this version of
Kaitenage, the nage leads the forward attack by moving slightly off center towards the right. Her weight shifts as she steps with left foot backwards. This takes the balance from the attacker.
The attack is directed
with an ikkyo ura, with the left hand leading the movement in a
downward arc direction along the uke's arm. As the nage moves around
the attacker's body, her hand flips over and the palm rests along the
arm near the attacker's wrist, and leads the arm in a circle. The uke
is off balance, bent over and being led in a circle.
Katatori Kaitenage, ura
C. Matrasko (nage), James Loeser (uke)
The nage's right hand is
rested upon the neck of the uke. As she makes a final turn, the nage
brings the uke's right arm upwards and rolls her left hand over the
attacker's neck - leading the motion in a spiral and pinwheel motion.
The uke has no choice, but take the fall.
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