Tobikomi-Nagashizuki Is Wado's Finest

here's why nagashizuki is wado's creme de la creme

Tobikomi-Nagashizuki is one of the least understood techniques. Focus on leg movement, awkward timing and incorrect use of centre line. All of those are actions that hold you back from improving your movement.

On this page you'll learn exactly what nagashizuki is all about and what you should pay attention to.

Meaning of nagashizuki: Nagashi means to let flow. As water runs down from the mountain top, on its way down water always finds a way. Let the opponents attack pass your body and move around it while you create the opportunity to attack at the same time.

Name of the stance: This is simply called nagashizuki dachi. The back foot should be opened slightly due to the body movement.

Important points: Essentially this technique is similar to tobikomizuki, with the exception of the last part of the movement. Open the body to avoid an attack or to angle yourself as you punch to the attackers face.

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