Please note that the techniques summarised below may not necessarily be identical or capture all that was taught in class. This summary is for supplemental purposes only and does not replace live instruction. Techniques should only be practised under instructor supervision.


Nage-waza (throwing technique):

Soto makikomi, the outer wraparound throw, was demonstrated. Particular detail was paid to entering soto makikomi when uke is in the left stance (hidari shizentai), assuming tori is applying a right-handed soto makikomi. Moreover, soto makikomi should not be done by dropping straight down; rather, soto makikomi should extend pull uke‘s balance forward over the toes.

Here is the Kodokan video on soto makikomi.

Summary of Tuesday November 12th

November 13th, 2013 | Posted by judo in Class summary | Intermediate | News - (0 Comments)

Please note that the techniques summarised below may not necessarily be identical or capture all that was taught in class. This summary is for supplemental purposes only and does not replace live instruction. Techniques should only be practised under instructor supervision.


Nage-waza (throwing technique):

Several variations of uchi-mata (inner thigh) throw was demonstrated.

  1. “Hip version” uchi-mata (08 s); and example 1 and example 2
  2. “Leg version” uchi-mata
  3. Hopping or “ken kenuchi-mata (51 s)
  4. “Snap-down” uchi-mata (38 s)
  5. Uchi-mata counter to ko-soto gake (minor outer reap)

 

As a reminder, yellow belts should review the orange belt syllabus (pdf).

Summary of Saturday November 9th

November 11th, 2013 | Posted by judo in Class summary | Intermediate | News - (0 Comments)

Please note that the techniques summarised below may not necessarily be identical or capture all that was taught in class. This summary is for supplemental purposes only and does not replace live instruction. Techniques should only be practised under instructor supervision.


Nage-waza (throwing technique):

The classical “hip-style” uchi-mata (inner thigh) throw was demonstrated. A good tutorial can be found here (Youtube).

 

As a reminder, yellow belts should review the orange belt syllabus (pdf).

Please note that the techniques summarised below may not necessarily be identical or capture all that was taught in class. This summary is for supplemental purposes only and does not replace live instruction. Techniques should only be practised under instructor supervision.


Nage-waza (throwing technique):

Hiza guruma (knee wheel) counter to ko-uchi gari (minor inside reap) was demonstrated. Here is a Kodokan video example for review!

Ne-waza (ground technique):

“Arm triangle”-style hadaka jime (naked choke) from guard, with the option of positional reversal from bottom to top and into kata gatame (shoulder hold).

Please note that the techniques summarised below may not necessarily be identical or capture all that was taught in class. This summary is for supplemental purposes only and does not replace live instruction. Techniques should only be practised under instructor supervision.


Nage-waza (throwing technique):

Harai tsurikomi ashi, the lifting pulling foot sweep.

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