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    My dog is cuter and smarter than yours.

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    In kung fu sparring, I used to do this thing that was questionably legal. When stepping in to throw a lead punch, I'd step on top of their lead foot, pinning it to the ground. This was good when I was going against someone that was constantly moving backwards, and when they tried to move but something was wrong, their attention would instantly go to the foot, and their face would be hit.
    LOL, yeah, you can do the same thing in Judo. My instructor came back from a big training camp in the mid '80s and said stepping on uke foot was all the rage. He figured out a counter to it, though, and severly strained a few knees at the training camp of the guys who thought it was a cute move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKR View Post
    LOL, yeah, you can do the same thing in Judo. My instructor came back from a big training camp in the mid '80s and said stepping on uke foot was all the rage. He figured out a counter to it, though, and severly strained a few knees at the training camp of the guys who thought it was a cute move.

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    How do counter footpin?
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    How do counter footpin?
    It doesn't seem very wise from a Judo standpoint to rest your leading foot weight on your opponents toes...seems like a good way to feed a sweep or throw if they know what to do. Like BKR said, cute move but a good judoka should know how to use opponents force applications against them, especially the legs/feet, right?

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    How do counter footpin?
    He would bend his knee and hook his own knee around the guys knee from the outside, and push in with his knee/body weight. If he was really pissed, he would do a sort of Kosoto Gake at the same time.

    I have not done this counter in a long time, as I've not run into anyone who purposely steps on feet anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by W. Rabbit View Post
    It doesn't seem very wise from a Judo standpoint to rest your leading foot weight on your opponents toes...seems like a good way to feed a sweep or throw if they know what to do. Like BKR said, cute move but a good judoka should know how to use opponents force applications against them, especially the legs/feet, right
    Like I said, I have not seen this sort of move (stepping on foot on purpose) in a long time.

    It was used to pin the weight on uke foot to "set up" another throw, to slow uke down or make him stumble if moving. More of a surprise move than anything else.

    Dickish all the same, as the potential for knee/ankle injury is pretty high.

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