Additive Ki

Ki can be apparently be added, joined, and extended from one person to another. In groups of three,

  1. Uke 1 test nage to determine the point of failure.
  2. Uke 2, behind nage (out of sight), lightly touch nage and extend ki out to Uke 1.
  3. Uke 1 test nage with same effort as required previously to reach failure.

Variations:

  • Do the same test but absorb ki.
  • Have a fourth partner test uke 2.

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Sending Ki

In groups of two or three or more as nage, each with an uke,

  1. Each uke test nage for "baseline" stability.
  2. All nage s extend ki to one nage. Uke test.
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