I'm no Judo pro but might I suggest that if:
Originally Posted by truepwrz
And your thoughts on it where:
a senior student in judo class showed me the ippon seio nage at the end of class and let me do it on him a few times
Then perhaps you need to practice it few more times before you can realistically expect to throw someone with it, and incidentally when you:
The answer really should have been "Exactly the same thing in class seeing as I practice on an opponent thats resisting."
wondered what would happen if the opponent was resisting...
You can't just expect this stuff to magically work against someone in a real fight if you've only practiced it in one class against someone who was letting you throw him. You'll need to practice it against someone who is resisting a little next, then against someone who is reisisting a lot, then against someone who is resisting and trying to counter you. After that, randori. Then, it may work for you in a fight.
There are no magical techniques that'll always work. But once you've practiced something so much that it's second nature, it's not a stretch to make those techniques work in a fight.
Hit him first then throw him.
That ^^ Or clinch and throw.
Yes, hit and throw works great. Also, cover up your head well, and get into body to body clinch range. This is the range you need to throw from, generally.
Also if you're going against a Boxing type striker I would believe lower body throws - doubles and what not are probably better than upper body ones or at least have a lower risk of getting hit.
Another issue with Judo throws in a fighting situation is grip and control (assuming the have close on)
Outside grips - meaning where there arms are on the inside, are no good as they don't stop you from getting jacked in the face.
Your grip and control should be either on the wrists, crook of the elbow, or under hooks where you're "pinching the arms.
If you want to train and practice Judo style takedowns with striking I suggest you find some sport jujitsu style comps. ( you can look it up an YouTube.)
1. Do judo until you can actually throw another judoka with the throw in randori some of the time
Originally Posted by truepwrz
2. Work into a clinch
3. Throw the striker from the clinch
4. Don't post any more threads like this until you've actually used the technique in question in live judo a few times. Understand? We don't want to see "How would I use osoto gari in a streetfight" next week the night your teacher shows you that, OK?
Did somebody delete my post?
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The street argument is retarded. BJJ is so much overkill for the street that its ridiculous. Unless you're the idiot that picks a fight with the high school wrestling team, barring knife or gun play, the opponent shouldn't make it past double leg + ground and pound - Osiris
Also, who made it look like I started a thread titled "tips to apply seio nage in a real fight?" Because thats just not nice.
Originally Posted by Teh El Macho
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