Thread: Judo Throws to add?
4/13/2013 9:45pm, #1
Judo Throws to add?
The other day I realized my head instructor is a 3rd Dan in Judo. While we have incorporated about 7 throws into our Karate curriculum, I know there's plenty more we could add. I am no expert in Judo, just starting to research the art. Knowing the number of throws judoka practice. I would appreciate if any judoka out there have suggestions on where to start/any lists you could refer me to or anything.
The list of throws we already practice:
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4/13/2013 10:46pm, #2
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4/14/2013 1:06am, #4
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4/14/2013 1:46am, #5
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4/14/2013 3:53am, #6
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4/14/2013 8:48am, #7
4/14/2013 10:03am, #8
What are the best Karate moves to learn to help me out?
Does this approach make sense to you Charlie? If you want to get better at Judo, you need to study Judo, not just a few of the throws. Otherwise, stick to what you have already learned and work on refining it.
As NeilG pointed out, most Judoka only use 2-3 throws on a regular basis and you already know 7.
4/14/2013 1:06pm, #9
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Also: if your instructor holds a 3rd Dan in Judo, he should be able to recommend any other throws that might work well for you and should be able to teach at least the basic technique of any throw. Certain throws are easier or harder depending on your build/flexibility/personality/favorite color.
4/14/2013 4:53pm, #10
Not to sound obtuse but what exactly do you mean by practice?
Do you just drill them or do you use them in some form of free sparring?