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Tanto Tsuki Yankyo

Reference: Yankyo

Example 1, Tanto Tsuki Yankyo Irimi

Movie of Tanto Tsuki Yankyo Irimi.

Fig. 1 Start Fig. 2 Kuta Punch Fig. 3 Arm Up Fig. 4 End Of Ikkyo

  1. Fig. 1 shows the start with the spacing such that Uke's extended knife and Nage's extended arm do not quite touch.
  2. Fig. 2 shows Nage striking Uke's face. Knee Pop Stomp is very important here!
  3. In Fig. 3 Nage has taken an alternative Ikkyo grip while changing sides in the normal Ikkyo way. The grip is like a Nikkyo without bending the wrist. This is necessary because if Nage's forearm is against Uke's forearm Uke can easily cut Nage. Nage's left hand has taken an Ikkyo grip on Uke's upper arm.
  4. Fig. 4 shows the end of the Ikkyo.

    Fig. 5 Yankyo Grip Fig. 6 Take Tanto

  5. In Fig. 5 Nage takes the Yankyo grip.
  6. In Fig. 6 Nage has applied the Yankyo and taken the Tanto.

Example 2, Tanto Tsuki Yankyo Tenkan

Movie of Tanto Tsuki Yankyo Tenkan.

Fig. 7 Start Fig. 8 Kuta Punch Fig. 9 Take Grip Fig. 10 End of Ikkyo

  1. Fig. 7 shows the start with the spacing such that Uke's extended knife and Nage's extended arm do not quite touch.
  2. In Fig. 8 Nage delivers a Kuta Punch to Uke's face.
  3. In Fig. 9 Nage is taking the Ikkyo grip. Nage's left hand is above Uke's elbow and Nage's right hand has an Ikkyo grip on Uke's wrist.
  4. Fig. 10 shows the end of the Ikkyo.

5. Fig. 11 shows Nage applying the Yankyo.
6. In Fig. 12 Nage has taken the Tanto.

Fig. 11 Apply YankyoFig. 12 Take Tanto

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