Kata-guruma (Shoulder wheel) 肩車

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Kata-guruma (Shoulder wheel) 肩車

Group: Nage-waza » Tachi-waza » Te-waza
Gokyo: 24th Technique (Sankyo 3rd Group 8th Technique)

Tori breaks Ukes balance directly forward, or to the right (left) front corner. He loads Ukes body up onto his right (left) shoulder, across the back of his neck to his left (right) shoulder, and then throws him down.

Hints

  • If you try to lift Uke with your right hand and shoulders only without using the pull of your left hand he will be too heavy for you.
  • Do not bend forward. It is better to have the feeling that your body is bending backward.

Short description

Kata-guruma (Shoulder wheel) 肩車

In the kata-guruma, you get underneath your opponents body, rest him on both shoulders, stand, and throw him forward.
You and he are standing together in the right natural position. Grip the upper inner part of your opponents right sleeve with your left hand. Let go with your right hand, and open your body out. Hook the inside of your opponents left leg with your right leg. He will respond to this by trying to get away by pulling his left leg lightly back. When he does, force him off balance by pulling him sharply with your left hand to his right front. Put your right leg between your opponents legs, and kneel on your right knee. Grab the back of his right thigh with your right hand from the inside. Put your opponent on your shoulders so that his hips and groin fall somewhere between yor right shoulder and your neck. Pull downward and into your own body with your left hand.
Maintain the pulling grip of your left hand. Stand, bringing him up with you. Throw him to your own front left.

Execution

Kata-guruma (Shoulder wheel) 肩車

Description

Kata-guruma (Shoulder wheel) 肩車

Tori and Uke grapple in right natural posture. Tori draws Uke out while moving backward and begins to break his balance forward. Tori takes a big step back with his left foot, so that Uke steps forward with his right foot, and while opening his body to the left, he lifts Uke by pulling upwards with the left hand, and lifting and pulling with the right hand, so that Ukes body weight rests over his right foot as his balance breaks.
Tori steps his right foot inside Ukes feet, and enters inside Uke. He bends both knees, lowers his waist, assumes a right defensive posture, and draws Uke towards him. He puts his right shoulder on Ukes right front hip and the back of his neck (on the right side neck), on the front side of Ukes right hip. He inserts his right hand inside Ukes legs and places it on his right inside thigh, and holds the lower half of Ukes body.
Tori changes the direction of his left pulling hand towards his own left hip, drawing it straight down, while moving the left foot closer to his own right foot. He raises his head, straightening the back of his neck, throwas out his chest, and in one stroke, raises his waist and loads Ukes body across his right and left shoulders. At this moment, Ukes body responds by bending back and resisting.
Tori continues this action of loading Uke up, and pulls down with the left hand. Pushing up with the right hand and rotating Uke around the fulcrum of the back of his neck, he throws him over the left shoudler to the left front corner (in front of the left foot). Uke is thrown in a large circle diagonally left and forwards.

Tori moves away from Uke, pulls upwards with the left hand, lifts up with the right hand while moving back and drawing Uke, lifting him to the right front corner, and breaking his balance. At the moment Ukes body is lifted, Tori lowers his waist, steps his right foot between Ukes feet and pulls further upwards with his left hand. If Tori pulls down too quickly, Ukes waist will bend, rendering the kuzushi (breaking the balance) ineffective, so that Uke is able firmly to resist being loaded up.
It is vital that the back of Toris neck, as the fulcrum for rotating Ukes body, is placed against the front side of his belt.
It is not possible to load Uke onto the back and throw him with the waist bent. This is also true if the back of Toris neck is inserted in Ukes right armpit.
Tori inserts the right hand between Ukes thighs and puts it onto his right inside thigh, and at the same time, pulls down with the left hand. Tori must channel energy from his waist to successfully load Uke up. In order to do this, he should bend both knees, lower the waist, and straighten the back of his neck. However, if he leans forward he will not be able to load Uke up.
When Tori throws Uke, he pulls straight down with the left hand and pushes Ukes right inside thigh up with his right hand while throwing him down in front of the left foot.
The following techniques are used when Tori loads Uke up and throws him down:
Tori steps his left foot diagonally left and forward, lowers his waist, and executes the throw.
Tori steps back with the left foot, opens his body to the left, thereby changing the direction he faces. He grips Ukes right sleeve with his right hand and throws him by pulling straight down with both hands.
At the moment Tori changes the direction he faces to execute the throw, he pushes Ukes body up with the right hand, and at the moment Ukes body falls, he grips Ukes right sleeve with the right hand and throws him using the ippon-seoi-nage form.

Combination

Kata-guruma (Shoulder wheel) 肩車

  • Yoko-otoshi

Counter

Kata-guruma (Shoulder wheel) 肩車

  • Sumi-gaeshi

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Kata-guruma (Shoulder wheel) 肩車

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2018-05-16T13:39:49+00:00