2/08/2013 1:40pm, #1
Quick SAMBO fun; Back trip sequence.
Here's some fun ladies.
2/08/2013 2:24pm, #2
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- Judo noob, injured guy.
I like the white belt sequence, its something I can use in Judo rules. As always, much appreciated.
2/08/2013 2:37pm, #3
On the first one, isn't there a concern about uke rolling his toes underneath him and exploding his own knee as he goes down?
I'm gonna try the advanced one the next time I get to start standing in BJJ. Which is unfortunately almost never.
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2/08/2013 2:47pm, #4
What is he going for there in the firs one? Looks kind of like o-goshi, uchi-mata, ko-soto (possibly a tani-otoshi).
2/08/2013 2:55pm, #5
2/08/2013 2:57pm, #6
2/08/2013 3:15pm, #7
Typically you wouldn't plant your foot back in a well spread karate stance like that after hopping off the uchimata. You'll land (or be on your way to landing) onto one foot in a fairly precarious position where a kosoto or dai-ashi can clip you down fairly handy.
If uke did land in that karate stance, I'd probably attack the other foot, or maybe look to take them on another forward throw out to the side.
2/08/2013 4:52pm, #8
2/08/2013 5:05pm, #9
Wow, that's a really nice heel hook entry on the advanced demo before she switches to the other leg and performs the back trip.
2/08/2013 5:39pm, #10
Quick question how does the reaping the knee rule work when from behind?