Aiki with Kel
- tegatana, hanasu
- Hanasu from wrist-twists as a lead-in to randori. We did randori for a good while, working on the idea of walking out of wrist binds, staying centered on the opponent, and covering hands.
- Kel wanted to work on backfalls, so we repped hanasu #2,4,6,8 into backfalls emphasizing upward extension to unhook the guy from the ground and slow him down.
- Rokukata ushiro tentainage and a bunch of various ushirodori like it including maeotoshi, kotegaeshi, tentainage, and shichihon#7.