Tanto Dori: Ude Garami

ude garami dori by sakagami sensei

The name of this Tanto is easily explained - straight forward. The final technique is called "Ude Garami". Arm entanglement is the most close and accurate translation. 

The Kanji itself means entwine,  coil around and get caught in.

The Digi Dojo - Tanto Dori - Kote Nage Dori -1

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Videos on ude garami dori

performance

Do it from either left or right stance. Here's how to do it from right stance.

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explanation

The correct timing can be understood from the concept of In and Yo - or Yin and Yang as pronounced in Chinese.