- ROM, ukemi, tegatana, hanasu
- shomenate, aigamaeate, gyakugamaeate - plenty of reps of each
- oshitaoshi, hikitaoshi, wakigatame - all paying particular attention to the pins on the end.
- Cool thing of the night: ryotedori countered by gyakugamaeate (nikata technique #2)
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
Pins and repetitions
Aikido with Patrick M.
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