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Stand in right hammi.

2

The opponent grasps your jo.

3

4

Raise the jo over your head, enter in front of your opponent.

5

6

8

Turn your body and strike down with the jo.

9

No.

Uke

3

Flow with the opponent's power.

4

Raise the jo over your head.

5 f.

Slide a half a step to his rear and strike

down with the jo.

7

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No.

Uke

3

As the opponent tries to hold your jo

down, lead him down, and control his left

4

arm.

5

6

When the opponent leans forward, thrust

7

with the jo to throw him.

8

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Technique No. 4

No.

Uke

1

As the opponent grasps your jo, you

2

must lead his Ki completely.

3

4

Scoop up the opponent's right leg to

5

throw him.

6

Technique No. 5

No.

Uke

3

5

Control the opponent's left wrist.

6

7

8

Raise the jo from his side, step around with the left foot and restrain him.

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