This week's Waza Wednesday video from my Sensei isn't a kata application, so I thought it would make more sense to share it in the "Martial Arts" section. In it, he shows a skill-building drill we practice, that also serves as an entry into strikes, locks, and throws. We demonstrate it against swinging "haymaker" punches, but it can be done against a wide variety of attackers, or from the kakidi (crossed/hooked hands) position. I hope you find it useful!
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