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Concealed Arm Throw (Ude Kakushi Nage)

          The defender grabs the opponent's right hand with his left hand at the opponent's wrist and his right hand on the opponent's forarm near the crook of the elbow. The defender turns around a little over 180 degrees to the left, pulling the opponent forward so that the opponent's chest is close to the defender's back. Furthermore, the back of the opponent's elbow is placed on top of the defender's shoulder in the process. The defender breaks the opponent's arm and throws the opponent past his right side with a shoulder throw (Seoi Nage). The defender finishes by submitting the opponent with a lock (Gyaku).

Sleeve Throw (Sode Nage)

          The defender grabs both of the opponent's sleeves at the shoulder. With his left hand, the defender raises the opponent's right shoulder and uses his right hand to lower the left shoulder. The defender steps back with his left foot, pushes his right hand across to the left, and pulls with his left hand while moving his left forarm over the top of the opponent's head. This will cause the opponent to spin around and load all of his weight onto his left leg. The defender throws the opponent forward onto the ground and takes one of the opponent's limbs into a lock with his leg.

Defeating Inside of the Arms Throw (Ude Kumi Oi Nage)

          The defender grabs both the opponent's wrists and turns around inside of the opponent's arms. The defender crosses the opponent's arms as he turns around so that the opponent's right arm is on the left side of his neck and the left arm is on the right side of his neck. The opponent's elbows should be locked out against the defender's neck, forcing the opponent onto his toes. Because of this, the defender can throw the opponent easily. Afterwards, the defender uses his leg to lock out the opponent's leg.

Different Hands Throw (Chigaite Nage)

          The defender holds the opponent's right hand in his right hand and the opponent's left hand in his left hand. The defender turns around uncrossing his arms and positioning his back against the opponent's chest. The opponent's hands will be palm up and his elbows will be locked out over the shoulders like in the Concealed Arm Throw (Ude Kakushi Nage). The defender throws the opponent forward and takes one of the opponent's limbs into a lock by the defender's left leg.

Hidden Arm Throw (Ude Gakure Nage)

         

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          The opponent grabs the defender's belt with both hands on either side of the waist. The defender hangs onto both sides of the defender's lapel and jumps up placing both feet on the opponent's waist in the area of his belt. The defender falls to the ground at a diagonal angle from the opponent's original position. The opponent will follow the defender and be thrown over the top of him in a sacrifce throw. The defender finishes by locking out the opponent's hand/ arm. This technique is about letting go of intentions to cause the opponent to lose their intentions.

Sneaking Up Throw (Shinobi Nage)

          The defender sneaks up behind the opponent. The defender bends over keeping his body below the opponent's line of sight. The defender grabs the opponent's belt at the middle of his back with the right hand and grabs the opponent's left ankle with the left hand. The defender immediately pulls the opponent's leg out from under him while pushing with his right hand to throw the opponent onto his front. The defender finishes by locking out one of the opponent's legs/feet.

Dropping the Arm and the Machete (Taore Ude Nata)

          The opponent is lying on the ground and the defender is seated at his side with the opponent's arm between his legs. The defender holds the opponent's wrist as he falls backwards and drops the opponent's arm down like hatchet. The defender must make sure that the opponent's hand is palm up so that he can break the opponent's elbow or lock it out against his hip as he lays back.

Double Collar Grab (Ryou Eri Tori)

          The defender grabs both of the opponent's lapels with both hands. The opponent counters by using his left hand to loosen the defender's left hand with an Inverted-Hand Reversal (Sakate Gaeshi). The defender presses his left knee into the side of the opponent's right knee to apply pressure and keep the leg from moving. The defender rotates his upper body to the right to throw and prostrate the opponent. The defender uses his left hand to choke out the opponent's neck such as with a collar choke.

Kicking From Behind and Laying Down (Ushiro Keri Fuse)

          The defender sneaks up behind the opponent and grabs the back of the opponent's neck with the right hand and the opponent's left shoulder with the left hand. The defender kicks into the opponent's left leg with his right foot and pulls to the right. The opponent will spin around and fall on his right side so the defender takes the opponent's arm into a lock with his left hand.

Pulling Down and Prostrating with the Arm (Ude Hiki Fuse)

          The defender grabs the opponent's left wrist with his left hand and turns around so that he faces the same direction as the opponent. As he turns around, the defender wraps his right arm around the opponent's left arm so that the opponent's upper arm is in the defender's armpit and the defender's right forarm goes across the back of the opponent's arm just behind the elbow. When he turns around the defender's right foot will also be on the opponent's center line between his feet so that the defender breaks the opponent's form slightly. The defender creates a lock on the opponent's elbow by grabbing his own collar with the right hand and pulling down with the left hand. The defender can use this lock to help throw the opponent over his right hip onto the ground.

Knocking-Down the Inverted Hand (Sakate Tou)

         

The Part of the Throw - the x Concealed Throw (Nage no Bu - x Kukushi Nage)

         

Rocky Cavern x (Gandou x)

         

No Hands Throw (Mute Nage)

         

Concealed Arm Throw (Ude Kakushi Nage)

         

The Part of the Standing Capture (Tachi Tori no Bu)

         

Standing and Pulling the Collar (Eri Hiki Tachi)

         

Kicking to the Front and Laying Down (Mae Keri Fuse)

         

Single Wing Lock (Kata Hagai Shimari)

         

         

Entangling the Arm (Ude Garami)

         

         

         

         

         

Reversing the Inverted-Hand (Sakate Gaeshi)

          The defender and opponent begin in seated on their knees (Seiza no Kamae).

Reversing the Wrist (Kote Gaeshi)

          The defender and opponent begin in seated on their knees (Seiza no Kamae).

Pulling Down and Prostrating the Neck (Kubi Hiki Fuse)

          The defender and opponent begin in seated on their knees (Seiza no Kamae). The defender reaches around and grabs onto the opponent's neck with both hands. The defender pulls the opponent's face toward the ground as he shifts to the left and grabs onto the opponent's belt at the middle of the opponent's back with his right hand. The defender swings around to the right, pulls on the opponent's belt, and throws the opponent past the defender's right side onto the opponent's back. The defender uses his right hand to take one of the opponent's limbs into a lock.