By some descriptions, Kaitenage has been
referred to as a rotary throw.
Kaitenage techniques appear somewhat elaborate,
but in actuality are very simple in nature. The movement is very circular and is always in
flux, where both uke and nage take on many shifts and changes in direction and footwork.
Tenkans and irimis, interchangeably start every shift of movement. It is truly a beautiful
technique to watch and to execute, when it is executed well. In a practical sense, it can
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Munetsuki Kaitenage (above)
C. Matrasko and Errol Torres (uke)
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