Now in this part of Ken GI two things are
going to get a lot more dramatic. We’re going to start covering a little more ground. We’ve
dealt with a front attacker; we’ve dealt with the rear attacker. We’re dealing with a front
attacker again and we’re doing a pretty good job of driving them back but now in order
for us to really end this, we need to become a little more aggressive. We’re going to be
a little more assertive in our cuts, so I’m here, let’s go through the whole thing. We
have one followed by two and three, four, five, six, seven, turn for shomen, tsuki.
Now as we do tsuki, we’re driving forward, the attacker is going to begin to parry back.
I’m simply going to draw this in, bring it up, lower my hips and I’m going to step and
cut at the throat all at the same time. Now I don’t want to stop here though, I want to
come all the way around, o.k. So let’s look at that in motion, it’s a lot easier to see
in motion. I have one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, here we go, here’s
ten and I end in a defensive posture just like this because I don’t know what the person
behind me is doing. We don’t have the ability to see behind us, we think we can. So I’m
coming cut to the throat and turn to a defensive posture just like this and that’ll take us
through the spiraling throat cut for Ken GI two.