Thread: Your go to throw (gi)?
10/25/2006 9:45pm, #41Originally Posted by Hitman
10/25/2006 9:55pm, #42Originally Posted by WhiteShark"Keep a sharp knife, shiny boots and be on time."
10/25/2006 11:08pm, #43Originally Posted by Blue NegationOriginally Posted by Dinosaur AMP
10/26/2006 9:38am, #44
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- Boca Raton
Ura nage and Tani otoshi are counters I use too (Uran nage with smaller opponents and Tani for bigger fat fucks), also Hiza Guruma is a nice throw that works great, and just like tani, not many people are expecting it
10/26/2006 9:46am, #45Originally Posted by El Macho
Originally Posted by Oscar Goldman
Last edited by War Wizard; 10/26/2006 9:49am at ."Keep a sharp knife, shiny boots and be on time."
10/26/2006 11:13am, #46
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- Seoul, South Korea
My best throw that I nail everyone with is Yoko otoshi 9side body drop). I even nabbed people at my first judo lesso with it. I am terrible at Judo as all I try to do is wrestle. I crouch low and tuck in my hands and wait for someone to make a mistake (I can't shoot with a gi on). When someone attempts a throw I duck behind stick my left leg out and torque my hips. I get someone alomst every class with it.
10/26/2006 12:12pm, #47
I barely ever throw. I sweep or trip ocassionaly but I mostly stick to double leg take downs. I got the best timed one last night, guy just ran right into it!
I use a trip everyonce in awhile that I like. I do a duck under and hold the neck as I go through, trapping the arm. My other arm circles the waist and I trip his near foot, falling over my back.
10/26/2006 7:00pm, #48
My best technique is an ankle pick into te-guruma. If I really hit it I lift the guy up the chest level then put him down and if I only get a piece of it I can usually drag the guy around and flip him once he loses his balance.
Another of my favorites is uchi-mata into an ankle pick. Coming in right handed and slightly to the side on the uchi-mata you hit it and if he steps off of it (or you just want to hit the ankle pick) release his sleeve with your left hand and grab his a right ankle (the leg you didn't hit with the uchimata). Almost always works if the guy isn't used to it and you can do it gi or no-gi.
10/27/2006 3:57am, #49
Originally Posted by Judobum
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10/27/2006 10:04am, #50Originally Posted by Judobum
My judo sensei loves the leg sweeps so we get a lot of work in on 'em. Here's the thing tho', from my other skool where we learned a ton of throws at once and then improved them and randori for rank, it's a few for a long time and perfection then another few in this skool, and my sensei doesn't approve of me using tech's "above my skill level" (which I guess I can sorta see) but a tech I liked in randori back at home was ura nage, now it's off limits.:5brokenhe
The thing this dojo DOESN'T do a lot of is sutemi waza. Yeah, personally I like tani otoshi (and it's in my skill lvl) but the guys in my dojo seem unwilling to do them (or are passed the point of needing them or something, I dunno) so I never see any tomoe's sume gaeshi's yoko wakare's or anything of the sort...