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46 Uchinadi Pinan Shodan The body physics we have applied to this and all other Kata within this book are those which suit each one of us individually. NOTHING is cast in stone. The purpose of this book is simple and modest. Guidance. 0 – Uchinadi Pinan Nidan 48 Yoi Dachi Perpetuity A Look left Perpetuity A Pull down Koshi Gamae Perpetuity A Hidari Uraken, Nekoashidachi Perpetuity A Step through Migi Oi Zuki Perpetuity A Look behind Perpetuity A Uchinadi Pinan Nidan Mawate, Migi Gedan Barai, Moto Dachi Perpetuity A Pull Back Migi Uraken, Nekoashidachi Perpetuity A Step through Hidari Oi Zuki Perpetuity A Look left Turn to left, Hidari Gedan Barai Perpetuity B Step through Migi Age Uke Perpetuity B 49 Bushi-Jutsu Step through, Hidari Age Uke Perpetuity B Step through Migi Age Uke (rise as technique ends) Perpetuity C Look right Perpetuity C Mawate Hidari Gedan Barai Perpetuity C Step through Migi Oi Zuki Perpetuity C Look behind Perpetuity C 50 Uchinadi Pinan Nidan Mawate Migi Gedan Barai Step through Hidari Oi Zuki Look left Turn left, Hidari Gedan Barai Moto Dachi Perpetuity D Step through Migi Oi Zuki Perpetuity D Step through Hidari Oi Zuki Perpetuity D 51 Bushi-Jutsu Step through Migi Oi Zuki (rise as technique ends) Perpetuity D Look right (reverse view) Mawate Hidari Gedan Shuto Uke Step Migi Gedan Shuto Uke, 45 degrees Look behind Perpetuity E Mawate Migi Gedan Shuto Uke Perpetuity E 52 Uchinadi Pinan Nidan Step Migi Gedan Shuto Uke, 45 degrees Yoi Dachi a.

As the double wrist grab is applied, presumably to be succeeded by an attack using an alternative part of the attacker’s body, a drop into Koshi Gamae is used for the posture break. The chin is dropped to lock the points around the neck, but this also doubles as a head-butt. 33 Bushi-Jutsu The same movement as a previous example is used for the wrist lock (Ikkio), but this time distance is closed quickly to maintain maximum pressure on the joint and to prevent retaliatory or reciprocal attacks.

The right hand is used to further increase effectiveness and to provide leverage for the follow-up technique. A rapid and forceful projection of the attacker’s arm causes muscle tearing and joint displacement to a grave degree, and leaves the attacker grounded and totally incapacitated. However, as this example represents the true combative nature of Kata, a finishing axe kick to the throat of the attacker completes this defence, with lethal force. Note: We, the authors of this work, do not condone unnecessary or unprovoked violence.

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