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Ko-uchi-gari (Minor Inner Reap)

The reaping action is done against uke's heel toward the direction uke's toes are pointing. More often it is done in a combination after a strong forward attack and uke's reaction. Also done as a preparatory attack that leads to uke spreading his legs further apart. This is followed by a Seoi-nage, Harai-goshi or Uchi-mata. Most effective counters against Ko-uchi-gari are De-ashi-barai and Sasae-tsurikomi-ashi.

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