Training notes: Ryotedori yonkyo

Yonklyo - Peter Kelly SenseiIn the below video, Peter Kelly Sensei, Chief Instructor Aikido Yuishinkai Australia, provides instruction on how to perform ryotedori yonkyo.

A key aspect of Peter Sensei’s instruction is the notion that yonkyo (No 4 wrist technique) is not at its essence intended to be a technique to control a uke by inflicting wrist pain.  Rather it is a method of hyper-extending the uke’s shoulder to control their centre.

 

ADDITIONAL NOTES

  • Hand position – Initial shoulder extension

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  • Yonkyo pin

Yonkyo pin

Yonkyo pin close up

 

 

 

 

  • Ryotedori kokyu nage

The set up for ryotedori yonkyo as (demonstrated in the video) is the same as for ryotedori kokyu nage.  For notes on ryotedori kokyu nage (including its set up) – see Training notes: Ryotedoru kokyu nage (and koshi nage).

  • Yonkyo basics

For notes on the basic principles of yonkyo (including video of Maruyama Sensei teaching the technique) see – Training Notes – Yonkyo (the basics)

Have a great week

Ian Grant
Head Instructor
Aikido Warrior Dojo

 

 

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