Sakugawa-no-kon

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SAKUGAWA-NO-KON
Position
Bow
Cover: Left arm overhead
1. Right Front stance, right block
2. Right Shoulder strike
3. Left horse, instep poke
4. High angle block
5. Right Front stance, right shoulder strike
6. Right hand disarm
7. Left hand groin strike
8. Face 180 to the back, Left Horse, downward thrust
9. High angle block
10. Right front stance, right shoulder strike
11. Switch both hands, Left front stance, left shoulder strike
12. Switch both hands, Right front stance, right shoulder strike
13. Face left, center stance, cover position
14. Right front stance, block right.
15. Right shoulder strike, chin strike, shoulder strike
16. Block right, shoulder strike
17. Left foot back to horse stance, right poke
18. Switch both hands, Face 180, Left foot back to left front stance, block left
19. Left shoulder strike, chin strike, shoulder strike
20. Block left, left shoulder strike
21. Right foot back to horse stance, left poke
22. Switch both hands, Right foot step to front, block right
23. Right shoulder strike, chin strike, shoulder strike
24. Block right, shoulder strike
25. Fade to cat stance, sweeping block ( right hand down)
26. Front stance 45, knee strike
27. Right foot avoids sweep, straight forward front stance, shoulder strike
28. Both feet pivot left 90, right foot avoids sweep, bo arcs down right and up to right shoulder
29. Right foot lands in straight forward front stance, shoulder strike
30. Right hand disarm
31. Left hand groin strike
Cover: Left arm overhead
Position
Bow

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