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    Quote Originally Posted by Te No Kage!
    I like to transition to a shoulder choke (kata gatame) from o soto gari
    Yes, that's much more effective than a juji from O-soto.

    Realistically, most O-sotogaris will end up with you going down with your opponent and landing more or less on top of him. The kata gatame transition requires much less movement and flows much more smoothly from o-soto.

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    for those that are Japanese challenged:

    O soto gari


    Kata gatame
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    Quote Originally Posted by ojgsxr6

    In Enshin Competitions takedowns are allowed but it pretty much ends there. There isn't any groundfighting in the competitions. So I don't really know how these got worked into the curriculum, unless there was some pollination from Shidokan.
    This is just a SD technique. If you look at Niniomiya's books/videos you'll see arm bars and triangle chokes.

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