Yoko-sutemi-waza (橫捨身技?) side sacrifice techniques
KOSHI WAZA [Hip Techniques]
O-GOSHI: (Large hip throw)
When reaching around the opponent's waist to grasp the back of his belt, weaker combatants reach beneath the opponent's armpit. Stronger combatants, on the other hand, may reach around the outside of the opponent's arm.
Once he has grasped the back of Uke (Player receiving opponent's attack) belt, Tori (Player executing technique) must bend the elbow of that arm and pull Uke (Player receiving opponent's attack) snugly against his hip.
(2) Koshi Guruma
KOSHI-GURUMA: (Hip wheel)
Tori (Player executing technique) must make effective use of his pulling hand, and when executing the throw, he must keep his side firmly closed.
Tori (Player executing technique) must release his arm from around Uke (Player receiving opponent's attack) neck just before Uke (Player receiving opponent's attack) hits the floor, and must gauge his pulling hand Zanshin (Awareness) (posture following the attack, in which the attacker remains watchful while reducing the force).
Tsurikomi-goshi (Lift-pull hip throw)
Tori (Player executing technique) grasps Uke (Player receiving opponent's attack) collar his Tsurite (Lifting hand) near Uke (Player receiving opponent's attack) shoulder. Using both his Tsurite (Lifting hand) and Hiki-te (Pulling hand), Tori (Player executing technique) twists his wrists to pull Uke (Player receiving opponent's attack) in order to destabilize his balance in the forward direction.
TE WAZA [Hand Techniques]
(4) Ippon Seoi-nage
(5) Morote Seoi-nage
(Two Arm Shoulder Throw)
This Waza depends on the powerful spring force generated by flexing the knees.
(6) Tai Otoshi
This Waza must be applied at the precise moment the opponent begins forward or lateral motion.
The toes of the extended "fulcrum" leg must be pointing toward the Support leg in order to avoid injury.
ASHI WAZA [Foot & Leg Techniques]
(7) Osoto Gari
(Large outer reap)
Even if Uke (Player receiving opponent's attack) suspects the Osoto-gari (Large outer reap) Waza and effectively defends against it, Tori (Player executing technique) can still catch Uke (Player receiving opponent's attack) knee with his reaping leg and begin hopping on one leg with his Tsurite (Lifting hand) pushing against Uke (Player receiving opponent's attack) jaw in order to destabilize him.
(8) Ouchi Gari
(Large Inner Reap)
Although a foot reap is usually applied to the opponents lower leg (below the calf), the opponent will be able to free his leg if the foot reap position is too low.
When destabilizing Uke (Player receiving opponent's attack) by pulling downward with the Tsurite (Lifting hand), Tori (Player executing technique) must pull Uke (Player receiving opponent's attack) collar strongly as if to pull off his uniform. This ensures that the arms of both opponents are directly opposed to each other, making it more difficult for Uke (Player receiving opponent's attack) to escape. Tori (Player executing technique) then pulls downward with his Hiki-te (Pulling hand).
(9) Kouchi Gari
(Small Inner Reap)
The leg reap is more easily performed by engaging the opponent's heel with the arch of the foot, and reaping the foot in the direction of its toes.
(10) Deashi Harai
(Forward Foot Sweep)
The sweeping kick must be performed swiftly from the Grappling stance.
In order to facilitate the sweep, the arch of Tori (Player executing technique) sweeping foot should strike Uke (Player receiving opponent's attack) just below the ankle. Striking with the arch of the foot ensures better contact.
(11) Okuri Ashi Harai
(Following Foot Sweep)
A skillful opponent may fall onto his stomach at the moment this leg sweep Waza is attempted, thereby preventing Tori (Player executing technique) from being awarded any points. To prevent this, Tori (Player executing technique) must grasp Uke (Player receiving opponent's attack) firmly with his Hiki-te (Pulling hand).
(12) Sasae Tsurikomi Ashi
(Lifting Pulling Ankle Block)
Attempting this throw with the hands alone will likely end in failure. One must also use the momentum from the body motion reversal, and use the leg as the fulcrum for the body rotation.
Taking a large step forward with the Support leg increases the effectiveness of the body's twisting motion.
[Inner Thigh Throw]
Destabilizing the opponent in the front direction can be facilitated by turning one's face in the Hiki-te (Pulling hand) pulling direction while pulling the opponent.
The rotation of the Hiki-te (Pulling hand) and body are important factors during the throw.
Bending both knees allows the spring force of the knees to be employed as well.
Next, fitting your body for your JUDO throws...
UCHIKOMI-NAGEKOMI COMBO TRAINING
(Get Your Rhythm) (Get Your Fit) (Get Your Throw)
(Uchi Komi): Practicing form by entering with your technique many times with partner. NOTE: No throwing, just entering and fitting of your body for throw.
(Nage Komi): Practicing throwing with your technique (WAZA) many times with partner. NOTE: Throwing with complete control is essential to mastering your WAZA.
NOTE: Properrepetition in Uchi-Komi & Nage-Komi is the key to perfecting your throws.
10,000 Uchi-komi to (Get Your Rhythm) & (Get Your Fit) and know your WAZA.
10,000 Nage-Komi to (Get Your Throw) just right, and know your WAZA!!!
No shortcuts to success, just hard work, proper form, and commitment.
Once you've done this, the WAZA (technique) is your's, and no one can take it from you!!!
NOTE:In the Katame Waza (Grappling Techniques) you are able to apply (Shime-Waza) & (Kensetsu-Waza) in the upright or standing position. For the most part, you will be applying these techniques in Ne-Waza (Mat Techniques) or ground fighting.
Nage no Kata--> Throwing Forms. These throws are to be executed with complete control on the part of Tori & Uke. Perfection of waza execution is the goal, this is the foundation of JUDO.
The "Nage no Kata" consist of 15 - "Nage Waza" (Throwing Techniques) represented by three throws for each category 1) Te-waza (Hand Techniques) 2) Koshi-waza (Hip Techniques) 3) Ashi-waza (Foot & Leg Techniques) 4) Ma Sutemi-waza (Supine Sacrifice techniques) 5) Yoko Sutemi-waza (Side Sacrifice techniques).
Nage no Kata--> Throwing Forms of JUDO: The Samurai reined for over 900 years in fuedal JAPAN and these are the SAMURAI battlefield proven practice techniques that are being demonstrated by Kosei Inoue (Red & White Obi/Belt) as Tori-(Player exicuting Technique).
We must practice Nage no Kata in JUDO to get a better understanding of movement and the biomechanics of JUDO to perfect our WAZA... This form of practice helps us to become better adept in understanding instruction as (Students) as well as giving instruction as (Senseis).
All Japan Judo Championship Fukuoka 2015 Highlights
THE GOKYO: 40 basic throws of JUDO
JUDO Highlights -
Yama-Arashi [Mountain Storm] this is a Te-Waza---> [HAND TECHNIQUE]
NOTE: The fierce rivalry between Ju-Jutsu vs. Judo [The Showdown]
This showdown between Old style Ju-Jutsu & Jigoro Kano's Kodokan Judo in the late 1800's at the Tokyo Police Martial Arts tournament was the deciding factor in the use of Judo training for all Japanese Police Departments throughout Japan from that point on. The Japanese Military also chose to use Judo as their Hand to Hand Combat training as a best means of reality battlefield fighting preparation.
BEFORE & AFTER WORKING OUT WITH JUDOKA: Always bow
ENTERING & EXITING A DOJO: Always bow
LINE-UP: Always line-up according to your rank
JUDO WORKOUT RULES
SUIT-UP: Onceyou get to class suit-up immediately so your ready to go. Our JUDO workout is only an hour and a half
MAT SET-UP: Please arrive before 8:00 pm to help with mat set-up & stay after class to help with putting mats away.
LEAVING MAT AREA: "Only leave mat when given a water break or in-case of injury".
JUDO-GI & PERSONAL HYGIENE: Make sure you and your GI are clean, keep nails trimmed.
JEWLRY: No watches, Necklace, Bracelets, Earrings, Rings, Etc...
FOOT-WEAR DOJO RULES: Wear shoes, zories, or slaps before entering and leaving mat area. "NEVER WALK ON MAT WITH SHOES ON"
PROFANITY: "Is prohibited in the Dojo".
DUES:Make sure to pay your dues! These dues are to pay for our right to use the facility. IT'S YOUR JUDO CLUB, lets support it!!!
The concepts of "Jita kyoei" (Mutual benefit) and "Seiryoku zenyo" (Maximum efficiency) were established by Jigoro Kano, founder of Kodokan Judo. Achieving a state of mutual trust and assistance benefits both the Judo practitioner and society at large. Such a spirit is perfected through Judo, thereby promoting the concept of mutual benefit and prosperity in the larger world.
All Japan Judo Federation
Following these rules of etiquette has a direct reflection on you and your dojo, "TROJAN JUDO CLUB". This etiquette should become second nature.
Ever wanted your very own TJC T-shirt? We have new shirt designs, so now is your chance to support our club! These are quality American Apparel shirts, so you know you're getting the real deal! If you want to buy these shirts ($20 for members, $30 for non-members), sign up on the link [ORDER FORM-CLICK HERE]. "Thank you for your support"