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Re: using techniques on a larger opponent resisting
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Thanks to all who replied to this thread.
Jon I think you hit it on the nail and truly explains on why in training if Uke really tries to resist either the technique does not work to well or Uke can really get hurt.
I will try to explain this to my training partner next time
-Dave Andreasen

Posted on: 2005/7/26 7:41
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Re: using techniques on a larger opponent resisting
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Thanks to all who replied to the thread I know that before
I do Omote Gyaku strike.break the balance use the whole body taking his space to throw him down.I can do it no problem with my partner adding little to no resistance because it is common physics.However If I ask my partner to resist(which is what any logical person would do)to get the wrist to even bend is very hard if the partner is stronger.I know I could use strikes varations what not
and I guess that is what I am suppose to do to "set him up" for Omote gyaku.I have done Omote Gyaku perfect with a partner who outweighs me by 100lbs when he was not resisting Can anyone say as to how they performed Omote gyaku with a stronger opponent with him resisting at the point when you turned the wrist and entered to bring him down without strikes just the jointlock?
-Dave Andreasen

Posted on: 2005/7/26 1:37
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Re: using techniques on a larger opponent resisting
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Actually I tried this with many people who out weigh me and never seen Omote Gyaku but as soon as they feel the arm turning they resist and overpower.So the question is
how does one apply Omote gyaku against someone stronger than you resisting?-Dave Andreasen

Posted on: 2005/7/25 23:37
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using techniques on a larger opponent resisting
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Hi I was practicing basic wrist locks and I notice how difficult it was to apply omote gyaku on an opponent 100lb heavier than me he resisted the lock pulling his arm back
when I was going to throw him to the ground.
I was told that you have to hit the opponent a couple of times in order to make the technique work.But I notice in training Uke never resist except for that one time.Am I missing something on performing Omote Gyaku on a resisting opponent?
-Dave Andreasen

Posted on: 2005/7/25 23:11
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Re: look at this real or fake
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Is there any proof that this came from Hatsumi?
Just because the guy says it does doesn't mean much best to save the money.


Posted on: 2005/7/7 11:30
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Re: Bujinkan Kenjutsu
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What about Koto ryu I thought there was some sword work in there as well.

-Dave Andreasen

Posted on: 2005/5/20 8:50
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Re: Immigration question
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Dear Shawn and George thank you for your information.

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Posted on: 2005/5/8 10:57
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Immigration question
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Hi recently my friend told me according to Japanese Immigration laws:If a person is legally married to a Japanese citizen then the Gaijin is allowed to stay in Japan with the Japanese citizen as long as the Citizen is in the country even if both were wed in the Gaijin's own country.I am asking if anyone has done this or knows about it.Thanks

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Posted on: 2005/5/7 21:22
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Re: Kamidana?
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If you do use the Kamidana be sure to take care of it by giving it water,tea and sometimes food.I was going to purchase a Kamidana but because I am so forgetful with things my wife forbidded me to purchase it based on not feeding it.Also Kamidana are on ebay may have evil spirits in them at least that is what my wife tells me.

Posted on: 2005/5/5 21:42
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Re: Teaching Ninjutsu
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Mark you mean Tobi Geri Taihen I did not know you back flip after the kick I thought it was a back roll.at least that was how I was taught.

Posted on: 2005/4/30 21:54
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