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Takedowns

Both Judo and Jiu-Jitsu start on the feet in competition. Although the rules of the two sports do differ, the fundamental concepts and throwing techniques apply to both. Also, a strong standing throw can be a life saver in a self defense scenario.

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Uchi mata
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Ippon seoi nage
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Osoto gari
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Sticker
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Kouchi uchi mata
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Koshi guruma
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Sumi Gaeshi
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Kosoto gake
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Kouchi gari
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Yoko gake
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Gripping options in Judo
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Switch grip yoko tomoe
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Yoko tomoe nage
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Sode tsurikomigoshi
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Morote seoi nage
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Eri seoi nage
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Yoki otoshi (side drop)
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Yoki gake ( side hook)
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Ura nage (Back throw)
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O guruma ( large wheel)
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Koshi Guruma Judo throw
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Haria tsurikomi ashi
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Hane goshi (hip spring)
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Ashi guruma (leg wheel)
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Tai Otoshi (body drop)
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Sukui Nage (Scoop throw)