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Ryotemochi Kaitenage, ura - Var. 1, Angle 3
Angle 3: In ura, notice
that there are many tenkans to the outside of the attacker. Here
nage moves with uke's movement with a tenkan, leading her
off-balance and then around his center. This is a shifting of roles.
Now he becomes the center and is able to attack her attack. He
redirects the movement down and around her center with ikkyo tenkan. He continues resting his left hand on uke's
neck and bringing his right hand up at the same time - in a pin-wheel
motion. He continues the circular movement causing her to fall.
kaitenage, ura - Var. 1,
Angle 3 (above)
James Loeser (shite) and Rachelle Nono (uke)
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Hikitsuchi 10th Dan 1978
(C. Matrasko as uke)
© 1978 C. Matrasko
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