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Osotogari and deashibarai

Tonight for warmups we practiced crawfishing out from under uke and we extended that drill into bridging onto the mat to bang uke around a little then pushing back to base and crawfishing out from under. In standing work we practiced the beginnings of the footsweep to control drill (1-2-3touch) and then worked on throwing deashi (early and late) and osotogari. We did several 2-minute rounds of randori looking particularly for osotogari and deashibarai, then cooled down on the ground with bridge&roll escape motions from munegatame. Lots of fun. Everyone did good randori and had fun.

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