Pinan Godan moves 7-12 application one
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This is really just a variation of the previous 2 sequences which were done to the left and right sides. i.e. Shoulder lock. However because it begins to the front of the opponent, there's a bit of palaver to manipulate him into a position where the lock can be applied.
- Sequence begins with the opponent standing opposite with his left hand gripping your right hand, wrist or forearm.
- The morote-uke crosses left to right and bends the opponent's elbow, the back stroke causes the opponent to rotate away from you anti-clockwise and bend over.
- The gedan juji-uke places your right wrist or forearm underneath the opponent's wrist.
- When you raise your arms for the jodan shuto juji-uke it forces the opponent over and strips the grip from your wrist. Note that some styles don't raise their arms but perform a circular motion which has an identical effect.
- Left hand rotates round and traps the opponent's right hand and it gets pulled to the hip by your right hand with hikite.
- The left hand (gyaku-tsuki) then grips the opponent's left shoulder or their about.
- The step forward with oi-tsuki pushes the opponent's right arm up their back as the hikite pulls his left shoulder to your left hip.
- If done with power the final movement will damage the shoulder joint.