Naihanchi Shodan moves 5-9 application one
Arm bar to chicken wing wrist lock and then a rather nasty joint damaging technique which if I attempted on a training partner, I think might well damage all 3 joints in the right arm; wrist, elbow and shoulder.
Note also that the head changes direction as the last movement, I think that's the beginning of the next sequence rather than this one.
- The sequence begins with the opponent standing opposite you, holding your left wrist, or forearm with his right hand.
- Turning the head to the left indicates you rotate clockwise and move round to the opponent's right while drawing the right arm into an arm bar, indicated by kosa-kamae.
- This leaves you on the right hand side of the opponent facing in the same direction as him. He is bent over due to pressure from the arm bar.
- The gedan-barai secures your grip on his right shoulder.
- Pulling hikite to your hip pulls the opponent backwards slightly and bends his arm, relieving the arm bar.
- The right hand kagi-tsuki (hook punch), retains the opponent's right hand and applies a rotational wrist lock to his right arm. This leaves the right arm in a "chicken wing" position.
- The step across into kiba-dachi causes the opponent's knee to fold, either using the knee from kiba-dachi stance, or in some styles there is an explicit foot lift to knee height and stamp which forces the knee to the ground.
- The simultaneous right hand "block" pulls the opponent's right arm straight as he falls. This severely damages the wrist, elbow and shoulder joints.