HOW TO: Age uke [Aus dem Buch “Die Karate-Essenz”] | Shotokan Karate

HOW TO: Age uke [Aus dem Buch “Die Karate-Essenz”] | Shotokan Karate


Hello and welcome today we have the topic “Age uke” the upwards defense technique Age uke protects the head and direct the attacks up, that’s why “Age” – “upwards” It is important that when the arm goes up to ward off the head is completely protected not sideways or only half the head but completely Age uke starts from the hip and the other arm is stretched forward It is important: to go with the arm on the opposite side so that it is guaranteed that the head is completely protected on the way the forearm is turned the forearm fends off on the little finger side “Gaiwan” in Japanese – at the bottom The crossed movement of the Age uke: It is important that the defensive arm is outside and the retracting arm inside in this case, the right arm goes inward the (left) defensive arm goes outward when crossed, the arms should either touch each other or get together very close this is very important for the effectiveness of the technique Seen from the side, the fist goes over from the side Forward and come back with you at most one fist width away from the forehead That’s the right distance between the arm and the head On the subject of body use Of course, Age uke also uses the body usage In this case, the hip is turned The front hip is brought forward That gives the technology more power the posture in this case is called “Hanmi” the hip is turned 45 ° This gives the possibility of the defense technique to counter – with the rear arm Gyaku zuki in this case The Kontertechnik uses the body use Of course, Age uke can also be done with the back arm The hip turns in this case the other way round The so-called “Gyaku hanmi” posture Hanmi – Gyaku hanmi laterally Hanmi Gyaku hanmi That’s all for today! Our age uke technique Thank you and see you next time

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5 thoughts on “HOW TO: Age uke [Aus dem Buch “Die Karate-Essenz”] | Shotokan Karate”

  • Christian Kranz says:

    Ich hab die Technik etwas anders gelernt, wodurch der typische Fehler der Laschen Durchführung vermieden wird. Die Version hier ist gut, doch sie verleitet einen im Kihon und auch im Kumite der Unterstufe, die Technik locker durchzuführen, was später in der Oberstufe schwer raus zu bekommen ist.

  • Oss Sensei Tartaglia, ich kann die Worte meines Vorsprechers nicht verstehen,… Ich selbst bin nicht in der Lage zu sagen Ob Ihre Technik Perfekt und fehlerfrei ist, und würde ich Sie fragen bin ich mir sicher Sie würden dies mit freundlichem Grinsen verneinen. Mein Sansei sagt immer "Schwarzgürtler sind nur die erfahrenen Weißgürtler". Doch habe Ich etwas dazu gelernt, und hierfür danke ich. Somit ist Ihre Technik besser als meine und das ist das was für mich zählt. 😉 Gakusei Ines

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