David Williams – Judo Vol.4
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Warm-ups and Fundamentals, PLUS Taiotoshi: This DVD begins with warm-ups and rolls before going on to hand positioning, foot positioning drills, basic throws, and drills for when your opponent is low and standing.
Taiotoshi (body drop): Working off your center line, footwork, Taiotoshi against someone shorter, Taiotoshi against someone the same size, and Taiotoshi against someone bigger.
Hand and foot placement against different sized opponents
Dealing with left on right and vice versa, among other things! Hip Throws: Ippon Seoinage & Ouchi Gari: Arm and foot posture, center line use, changing Ippon Seoinage for competition.
It works well against both small and tall persons.
On Seoinage, there are also grips and drills for balance.
Foot and hand positions, deep Koouchi, scoping your opponent’s heel are all examples of Ouchi Gari.
This technique is responsible for head placement, gi grips, and finishes.
Plus, armbar entrance and much more! David begins with the Push version, covering the hands, foot, and head push down.
The swinging version comes next.
Uchimata done right.
The critical pull foot placement is described in detail, followed by a turn of the head, leaping Uchimata, spinning Uchimata, and one step Uchimata.
Some combinations are detailed, including the one-step Kouchigari/Uchimata.
Hook and spin the Ouchigari/Uchimata at the knee.
Katagaruma’s name is Katagaruma. It is explained in detail how grip sizes differ.
Then comes the lateral descent (foward, side and back).
Katagaruma in several positions, including front, side, and back, as well as the Pedro version (one leg up and one down).
The Seionage variant of Katagaruma is taught on a variety of opponents in both gi and no gi.
Kouchigari/Katagaruma is one such combination.
Transitions and Newaza: This DVD teaches how to strike from behind with a choke and an armbar.
Sankaku (Triangle choke) is depicted in exquisite detail, including Sankaku legs to pin, Sankaku from the guard, Sankaku from the back, and Stepover Sankaku.
Plus, apply pressure to a pin.
Ude Garame (Key lock) pin can be used in both directions.
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