Literally means “Projection with the hip”. The technique is part of the variants of projections of the technical repertoire of Aikido. Read more
Koshi nage, consists of loading Uke onto our hips from the back after obtaining, of course, the corresponding imbalance (or a relatively advantageous position) that will allow us to throw him. Uke’s fall is performed in Mae Ukemi (forward) by sliding down Tori’s back and first making contact with the hand to soften the fall of the rest of the body.