Muso dori, elbow break, Ninjutsu

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By Yossi Sheriff

Muso dori or Musha dori (מושה דורי) or Moosha dori is an elbow lock that breaks the olecranon process of the ulna bone. This lock is sometimes called gosha dori in some Ninjutsu schools.


Contents

Video tutorial of Muso dori, (Musha dori, Israel)


Video of Musso dori (Musha dori)


Video of Musha dori against a tsuki attack


Video tutorial of advanced muso dori


Description of Muso dori

1.The operator grabs opponents hand from the bottom, while advancing towards him in 45 degrees, opponents elbow facing up. the hands of the operator are pressing the opponents elbow.

2.The operator sits back on his knee, pressing the opponents elbow down and backwards.

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Muso dori


List of techniques that use a Muso dori, elbow break, Ninjutsu

  Uses Muso dori
Test2
Beach fight, fat guy against thin aggressor
Jugan no kata, Chuden Gata level, Kukishin Ryu
Fubuki no kata, Shoden Gata level, Kukishin Ryu
Shio kaze no kata, Chuden Gata level, Kukishin Ryu
Tenchi no kata, Chuden Gata level, Kukishin Ryu
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External links

Links to lessons with Muso dori


Meta perspectives

This technique incorporates these attributes of Meta Perspectives:

  1. Intermediate level of expertise
  2. Low level of violence
  3. Medium level of violence
  4. High level of violence

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