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Two Uke Double Wrist Locks

This is a move motivated by the Third World Hold. The Third World Hold did not seem like much of a hold. What if the Uke's had double wrist locks so that they would not lose their grips when Nage lunged forward.

Movie of Two Attacker Double Wrist Lock.

Fig. 1 Start Fig. 2 Fall Forward Fig. 3 Fall Back

  1. Fig. 1 shows the starting position. This is like the Third World Hold except that both Uke's have much more secure double wrist locks. Nage should be very compliant to get the Uke's to relax.
  2. Fig. 2 shows Nage stepping forward and falling down. Notice how this pulls the Uke's down because they have very secure grips and they do not lose their holds.
  3. Fig. 3 shows Nage stepping backwards and falling back.

    Fig. 4 Nage Free Fig. 5 Stomp 1st Uke

  4. Fig. 4 shows Nage on the floor with the Uke's rolling away. The Uke's have to let go or have their arms broken. Blue Uke said that he held on as long as he possibly could so he fell on his face.
  5. Fig. 5 shows Nage stomping the 1st Uke. In Aikido one does not attack people on the ground but in Kuta one does.

    Fig. 6 Stomp 2nd Uke

  6. Fig. 6 shows Nage stomping the 2nd Uke.

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