Hiki Dori is essentially the study of your opponent's weak direction.
The meaning of Hiki is pull, which is shown by pulling the opponents arm. And it's the direction that counts.
There are directions which cause the opponent to resist AND directions that don't allow the opponent to resist.
On top of that, each direction has a certain affect. That's what you have to be mindful of if you intend to manipulate the opponent and get the upperhand.
In these video's you'll see demonstrations and explanations of how the above works. How you can use that in your training to your advantage.
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➡️ Learn 7 TRADITIONAL IDORI:
1) Te Dori
2) Zu Dori
3) Ashi Dori
4) Hiki Dori
5) Hiji Te Kansetsu Gyaku Tori Nage
6) Gozen Dori and
7) Shumoku Dori
➡️ AVOID COMMON MISTAKES such as Shi Ni Ashi when you practise
➡️ Study IMPORTANT DETAILS that work like hacks and make your movement really work
➡️ Master the ABILITY TO ADAPT halfway (without doing so) to make your Kata 'alive'.