Instructions for Aikido's Kote-Gaeshi or Wrist Reversal

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Instructions for Aikido's Kote-Gaeshi or Wrist Reversal - Section supported by Aikido books

This page provides you with instructions for the Aikido Kote-gaeshi or Kotegaeshi technique (also known as wrist reversal, reverse wrist turn or wrist turn-out). This technique is also part of Aikido Randori-No kata, one of the Aikido katas.

For other techniques (i.e. wrist, elbow, counters or dislocations), visit the main Aikido Techniques section.

This Video Shows All 17 Of The Aikido Randori-No Kata
Kote-Gaeshi Is Shown In Segment #12 (which starts at 4:01 into the video)

YouTube Instructional Video for Aikido's Kote-Gaeshi - Variations

YouTube Instructional Video for Aikido's Kote-Gaeshi - Hand Positions


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