Aikido: ushiroate, R3↔R7→kaiten nage→hikitaoshi→oshitaoshi
Judo: meatgrinder turnover, randori
Karate: kihon, Heian1, Sanchin
Jodo: jodo kihon, men-kote-do-tsuki, kote-men, harai men, shamen
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