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  1. What is sho mitsu?
    • 1st secret
    • balance point - vector perpindicular to line between heels

    ura - protect your own shomitsu
  2. What is ni mitsu
    • 2nd secret
    • timing and distance to draw opponent in, so they are off balance

    ura?
  3. What is san mitsu?
    • 3rd secret - connection.
    • 3 parts
    •  - ishin
    •  - mushin
    •  - zanshin

    • ishin is "one-mind" - connection before the fight, intention
    • mushin is "no mind" - be flexible during the fight, move from one technique to another if necessary
    • zanshin is "remaining mind" - stay connected after the fight

    ura - thought, word, deed
  4. What is yon mitsu?
    • 4th secret
    • Alignment
    • Line up off centerline - spine to shoulder
    • position for strength and away from strength of the other person
  5. What is go mitsu?
    • 5th secret
    • Attack the foundation.
    • Triangular position (like shomitsu, but 2 points rather than 2 vectors)
    • Put your own foot on those points, or put one of uke's body parts onto one of them.

    Ura - question your own beliefs.
  6. What is Rokkumitsu?
    • 6th secret
    • Dramatic pause in technique - to set up uke for an even stronger one.

    ura - create space for victory
  7. What is nanamitsu?
    • kukan
    • 7th secret
    • Controlling the space between uke and nage
    • Move to next shomitsu and put a weapon in the space uke will go next

    Ura - anticipate how people will react based on the elements, and respond accordingly. Advanced form of setting up.
  8. multiple attacker principles
    • slip
    • stack
    • rack
    • slap
    • wrap
  9. tsukuri
    • lock
    • putting on the technique so that uke throws/hurts themselves if they keep coming
    • depends on alignment
  10. ju
    fitting in, suppleness, flow (?)
  11. how does each ground flow start?
    • 1. mount reversal
    • 2. guillotine choke
    • 3. turtling escape for uke
    • 4. pin wrist, knee to side, figure 4
    • 5. stack counter w ankle push over
  12. kime waza (aiki)
    • on front
    • 1. straigh arm, foot under shoulder, push
    • 2. step over head (pin hand if possible), push
    • 3. arm bar twisting down
    • 4. chicken wing palms up
    • 5. knee on their shoulder, chicken wing
    • 6. straddle w take ori.
  13. kime waza roppo (omote)
    • on back
    • 1. step over w left
    • 2. step on head w right (to prevent back roll away)
    • 3. step over w left, use heel, r knee into kidney (to prevent rolling away)
    • 4. toe stab into armpit (to prevent rolling toward)
    • 5. knee on bicep
    • 6. roll away, breaking wrist.
  14. kime waza roppo (ura)
    • on front
    • 1. standing, compress w knees
    • 2. drop L knee on back of elbow
    • 3. staight arm press
    • 4. chicken wing
    • 5. roll onto their shoulder lifting their arm
    • 6. both arms, roll off.

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