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We're going to cover a couple of techniques that fall into the category of Hiji Waza. "Hiji" is elbow and "Waza" is technique. So these are several techniques that specifically lock, or were initially intended to break an elbow. We want to be careful with that because we don't want to injure anybody in our training. But it's always good to know where these techniques came from.
So if we start with the basic Gyaku Hanmi grab, again, I'm going to move to the side. Lift, as if I was going to start Nikkyo. Roll the arm all the way over and under. So I should have his elbow tightly clamped underneath my arm. His arm should be higher and directly above his shoulder. As soon as I drop this, my partner can stand up. This is not the effect I want to have. So in terms of leverage, I want to use that elbow to lift. Make sure that my weight is above my partner's shoulder, and I'm going to step back and create an opening that I'm going to take that elbow with me. Partner needs to follow and move with. Once I get down, again, the knee closest to my partner is down, I want to have a good solid connection with my partner's elbow and I'm just going to turn my body to face my partner. That one is Hiji Kime.
Another form of Hiji Waza we can use, again, to attack the elbow specifically, I need to remove my partner's hand, Kaiten, and open the space up. I want to use the elbow and I don't want to do it if we're all cramped up on top. Move in, open the space. I'm going to reach directly underneath the elbow, so it's barred against my arm. Take my own forearm, and as you curl both fingers in, that puts a fair amount of pressure in the opposite direction of the elbow. By the time you feel it beginning to hurt, it's generally at the point where it's ready to break. So, please be careful. Attention away, underneath the arm and take your own wrist. Both hands, squeeze. Alright.
One more technique that we can use considered Hiji Waza, or Hiji Nage, is a throw. Step to the side and I want to reach right underneath my partner's elbow. You use that leverage to let him go. We'll stand off the line of attack so if he's got somewhere to go, drop and take the elbow and turn.
Hiji Waza, elbow techniques.
I have one small detail to add. While I'm sure it's possible to dislocate the arm the way ur doing it, it'd be better, more effective and faster if ur opponent had his thumb facing upward. If u ever get my arm like that, it'll hurt, but it'll give me some time to get away and counter. However if u have my thumb upward, I'll more than likely have to tap.
That last variation is a technique that has been around since the time of ancient civilization (it can be seen on ancient Greek depiction of wrestling-- pottery and possibly some Egyptian engravings, but I can't recall atm.) It is still a technique today in wrestling, known as an arm drag, but is used as a way to get behind someone and control them from behind rather than as a throw. It's amazing how similar martial arts can be without the practitioners even knowing it!
actually i think im talking about the one after that.
the one where ukes wrist/palm is turned upwards and tori has a grip which resembles what wrestlers call "figure four" and brzln jujustu usually call "kimura"
thanks in advance if you can answer and thanks for your time regardless :-)
I started practicing aikido two weeks ago. i must say i love every single part of it. I am a guy who gets demotivated easily, but when i see these techniques, no matter how hard they are, i always feel the urge to practice them to perfect them. i love it!
Jones Sensei demonstrates both a fascination with and mastery of kihon waza. I've long believed that before one can transcend the basics, one must master them. I look up to Jones Sensei for his abilities, humility, and skill in sharing his knowledge.
The world would be a better place with more such people. I hope each day I become more like this.
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