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Published on Mar 29, 2013
Uke-waza is the skill of protecting yourself against being struck by an opponent.
As striking so often represents the principal entry point of physical confrontation, Uke-waza must be recognized as an important first line mechanism in self-defense. As the catalyst-like practice is also a vital component in understanding how all the other KU application practices work together, it is highly recommended the drill be acknowledged as one part of a larger whole --- that of course being the entire KU curriculum. Bringing it altogether means, "the whole becomes greater than the sum total of its individual parts."