Training Notes – Zagi handachi taninzugake

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERATaninzugake is a common form of practice in Aikido Yushinkai dojos and involves the nage receiving multiple attacks in a free form practice.

As part of the grading syllabus for 1st kyu (Brown belt with hakama) in our school, taninzugake is demonstrated in zagi handachi form, which involves the nage kneeling while addressing attacks from a standing uke.

In the below video, Jeremy demonstrates a variety zagi handachi techniques in tanizugake practice in the context of a single hand grab attack (katate dori) and strike to the face (munetsuki).

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