Instructions for Aikido's Ryotemochi Ikkyo (Defense Against A Single Wrist Grab With Two Hands)

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Instructions for Aikido's Ryotemochi Ikkyo (Defense Against A Single Wrist Grab With Two Hands)

This page provides students with instructions for the Aikido Ryotemochi Ikkyo technique. This Aikido technique is also known as Ryote-Mochi Ikkyo or Morote-Dori Ikkyo.

This technique is an Ikkyo defense against an opponent who is holding one of your wrists with two hands.

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

Aikido's Ryotemochi Ikkyo

Aikido's Ryotemochi Ikkyo

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