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McLeod research) to oi zuki

The rate of unsuccessful oi zuki performances belongs to character matches with 52 attempts whilst in team fits there had been 23 misses with the aid of competition. As it is clear from data, there's a great tendency among person matches for oi zuki performance that's in overall (crew successful & unsuccessful tries) 60 attacks by way of this method while group competitions the combatants tend to apply Kizami zuki more than another techniques (general 48 successful & unsuccessful attempts). If we compare those charges to the charge of the identical research in 2009 by using Laird & McLeod we are able to keep in mind that there's a big switch from Gyaku Zuki (in Laird & McLeod research) to oi zuki

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