Instructions for Morote-Dori Kokyu-Ho - Aikido Technique

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Morote-Dori Kokyu-Ho is an Aikido exercise that teaches students how to unbalance an attacker who has grabbed them with two hands. In this Aikido technique, a student will use their hips and elbow to knock over their training partner (uke).

According to Traditional Aikido of Sonoma, "O'Sensei once said that a student could learn all the basics of aikido if he practiced just three techniques: tai-no-henko, morotedori-kokyuho, and suwariwaza-kokyuho".

For other Aikido exercises, please visit the main Aikido Techniques section.

Instructional Video for Morote-Dori Kokyu-Ho

Instructional Video for Morote-Dori Kokyu-Ho

Instructional Video for Morote-Dori Kokyu-Ho - Large Number of Morote-Dori Kokyuho Variations

Written Instructions for Technique

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References

  1. Traditional Aikido of Sonoma, Three Techniques That Have Everything, http://www.traditional-aikido.com/Technique/three_techniques.htm, Added - 10/24/14


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