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This video of Katsuhiko Kashiwazaki doing what is presented as 'tomoe nage' has me confused. Many of the throws he demonstrates appear to use the instep as a lever on uke's inner thigh, like sumi gaeshi, rather than planting the foot on uke's waist or hip
http://ak.imgag.com/imgag/product/preview/flash/bws8Shell_fps24.swf?ihost=http://ak.imgag.com/imgag&brandldrPath=/product/full/el/&cardNum=/product/full/ap/3166187/graphic1 Happy Christmas to you all. Ajays
this is reverse seoi nage or Sumi otoshi?
Was browsing youtube just now. Found a pretty interesting tai otoshi video.
ordered from the US and they will be delivered to me either tomorrow or Thurs. Will post some actual pictures then, so now, enjoy official photos from the website for now: http://www.sumi-g.com/shop/tee/head-cover-driver.html
The begining of cafe racers as a style of bike happened in England in the early 1960's. They were the bike of choice for the Rockers, which was a loosely organized group of motorcycle gangs. The Rockers favored brillo cream in their pompadors, Schott