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    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:

    Ippon Seoi-Nage
    O-Goshi
    Tai-Otoshi
    Tomoe Nage
    O Soto Gari
    O Guruma
    Ouchi Gari

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlieWoopAss2 View Post
    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:

    Ippon Seoi-Nage
    O-Goshi
    Tai-Otoshi
    Tomoe Nage
    O Soto Gari
    O Guruma
    Ouchi Gari

    Thank you
    Unless you are going to start doing grappling I would just stick to those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    Unless you are going to start doing grappling I would just stick to those.

    I don't plan on full-on switching to training strictly grappling but when I have a inpromptu grappling/match with one of my senseis/fellow students I'm like "Damn my takedowns are limited."
    Quote Originally Posted by Nicko1 View Post
    A warrior is not just a person who fights. A true warrior is a scholar, artist, philosopher, fierece combatant, child molester and a spiritual / wise person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlieWoopAss2 View Post
    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:

    Ippon Seoi-Nage
    O-Goshi
    Tai-Otoshi
    Tomoe Nage
    O Soto Gari
    O Guruma
    Ouchi Gari

    Thank you
    If you want to learn judo I would suggest doing that . There are over 60 throws and best to go through them all and see what works best for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlieWoopAss2 View Post
    I don't plan on full-on switching to training strictly grappling but when I have a inpromptu grappling/match with one of my senseis/fellow students I'm like "Damn my takedowns are limited."
    Most judoka only use 2 or 3 tachi-waza routinely. As Gezere said if you want to be effective best to learn judo properly and find which ones suit you best. I can tell you we don't see a pile of o-goshi, o-guruma or tomoe-nage in tournament these days although they do occur. The other 4 are very popular and effective, if you had them truly down you'd be good to go with two forward and two backward throws. Be a few years work though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlieWoopAss2 View Post
    I don't plan on full-on switching to training strictly grappling but when I have a inpromptu grappling/match with one of my senseis/fellow students I'm like "Damn my takedowns are limited."
    I'm a grappler who's instructor holds a 3rd dan in Karate. He has taught us a few strikes and blocks, but whenever I spar my buddies standing, I notice that my arsenal is limited.

    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.

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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.

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    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?

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