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The techniques introduced thus far are the derivatives of such basic exercises as Katate-dori, Kata-dori and Shomen-uchi. However, Katate-dori, Shomen-uchi, Tsuki and Muna-dori are interrelated. Consequently, it is possible to study Katate-dori techniques from entirely different angles.

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1. Initiate a frontal strike

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  4. Rotate your body 7/8 of a circle rightward and cut down.

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