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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

Ippon seoi nage

Tai Otoshi (Travis Stevens)

Osoto gari

Sticker

Kouchi uchi mata

Koshi guruma

Sumi Gaeshi

Kosoto gake

Kouchi gari

Soto toshi and soto makikomi

Yoko gake

Gripping options in Judo

Common mistakes with yoko tomoe

Switch grip yoko tomoe

Yoko tomoe nage

Common mistakes with seoi nage

Sode tsurikomigoshi

Morote seoi nage

Eri seoi nage

Ippon seoi nage (Israel Style)

Yoko tomoe nage ( side circle throw)

Yoki otoshi (side drop)

Yoko guruma ( side wheel)

Yoki gake ( side hook)

Utsuri goshi ( changing hip throw)

Ushiro goshi ( reverse hip throw)

Ura nage (Back throw)

Uki goshi (floating hip throw)

Uchi mata makikomi ( inner thigh wrap around)

Seoi Otoshi ( Shoulder drop)

Osoto gari and Sasae tsurikomi ashi (large outer reap and lifting pulling ankle block)

Osoto makikomi ( major outer wrap)

Okuri ashi barai (sliding foot sweep)

O goshi ( large hip throw)

Obitori gaeshi ( belt grab reversal)

O guruma ( large wheel)

Morote seio nage ( Two handed shoulder throw)

Morote gari (Two hand reap) aka double leg takedown

Kuchiki taoshi ( Ankle pic or one hand drop)

Kouchi gake (minor inner hook)

Kosoto gari ( small outside sweep)

Kosoto gari ( small outside sweep)

Koshi Guruma Judo throw

Kawazu gake (leg entanglement)

Kata guruma ( Shoulder wheel)

Kani basami (flying scissors)

Ippon seoi nage ( one armed shoulder throw)

Hiza guruma ( Knee wheel)

Haria goshi and uchimata judo throws

Haria tsurikomi ashi

Hane goshi (hip spring)

De ashi baria (foot sweep)

Ashi guruma (leg wheel)

Tomoe nage (circle throw)

Tani otoshi (valley drop)

Tai Otoshi (body drop)

Sumi gaeshi (corner throw)

Sukui Nage (Scoop throw)

Sode tsurikomi goshi (sleeve lift pull hip throw)

Seoi Otoshi ( Shoulder drop)