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(Bad example - If you attempt to capture your partner's thrust abruptly when the mutual stance is close, chances are that your elbow will get lifted with detrimental effects on your posture.)

(When shifting the hold from one hand to the other make it a point to align yourself side by side with your partner.)

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Basic exercise: Tsuki Kote-gaeshi

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Basic exercise: Tsuki Kote-gaeshi

When your partner comes at you with a thrust, sweep to the rear with a cutting motion, grasp his wrist with your left hand in front of your lower abdomen so that your right hand is at the right distance for a blow to his face and execute the wrist turn-out with the aid of your right hand. You can "finish off" this technique in two ways.

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(Turn your body as if you were sweeping to the rear in a cutting motion and maintain a distance from your partner enabling you to deliver Atemi to his face with your right hand.)

(The beginner had better begin with the exercise of deflecting Muna-dori before taking up the Tsuki exercise.)

(Once you are used to the Muna-dori technique, move onto the Tsuki exercise. Be sure to start the holding process after knocking down your partner's thrust.)

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If you happened to step inside of your partner's line of attack by mistake, get out of it immediately and get on with Kote-gaeshi. This stepping out is necessary to avoid his left-hand thrust.

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