Pinan Yondan moves 25-29 application one
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Another elbow break, using your knee this time. The three uchi-ude-uke or morote-uke techniques are simply "winding up" the opponent's arm and positioning him to allow you to break the elbow braced across your knee.
- Sequence begins with the opponent facing you holding your right hand, wrist or forearm with his left.
- The first uchi-ude-uke or morote-uke crosses left to right and grasps the opponent's left elbow. The move back across turns the opponent clockwise about 90° and causes him to bend.
- The second uchi-ude-uke or morote-uke rotates the wrist up the opponent's back in a hammer lock.
- The third just raises his arm in the lock to force him over horizontal.
- The final movement of the sequence is simply to brace the opponent's elbow against your knee and pull down hard.
- Result broken elbow.