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// Èñòî÷íèê: B.A.F.Newsletter, Èþëü 2001, No 39
Demonstrated and explainedby Kanetsuka Sensei
Photos and text: Peter MegannGraphics and typesetting: Grahamand Laura JonesUke: Richard Martin
The particular benefit from suwari-waza ikkyo (and particularlyfrom kata-dori) is that it enables us to concentrate on 'solid'contact with our partner and to learn correct ma-ai. The distancebetween you and your partner is very short: the contact is verydirect. Don't hurry when you are studying this technique.
BothTori and Ukestart in seiza,Uke graspsTori's leftshoulder (witha view tocontrolling andattacking Tori)and is ready topull (hence theomote versionof thistechnique).
Photos 2a & 2b:
Making atemi, Tori comes onto his toes (kiza)and moves off the line of attack, slightly to his left with hisconcentration remaining on Uke's centre. Tori's centre of gravity islow. Notice the movement of Tori's left arm. His hand isoutstretched, the thumb turning down. Body and arm move to theleft together. As Tori moves to his left his weight comes onto hisleft knee. The movement is essentially that of sokumen (to theside). Uke's position is now considerably weakened. Tori's ki orstream of energy is flowing up from his toes, through his kneesand centre towards Uke's armpit or neck.
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