Description: The Claw Grip is a Judo grip used to control the opponent. It is used by holding the sleeve on the forearm in a clawlike grip. It is not necessarily a grip that can be used much in competition because it is considered defensive, but it could be used momentarily.
Description: The Lapel Grip in Judo is a very standard grip and used in many techniques. Height of your partner plays an important role in where on the lapel you decide to grip to initiate an effective technique.
Description: In Judo a good partner must be strong but relaxed, so that you can properly practice your technique. If your partner is all soft and does not put effort in, your techniques will feel wrong and your training will not benefit you.
Te-waza Part One
Te-waza consists of Tai otoshi (body drop), Ippon/Morote Seoi Nage (one-arm and two-arm shoulder throw) and Kata-guruma (shoulder wheel). Te-waza is part of a larger group of throwing techniques called Nage Waza. Only Tai-otoshi will be shown in this level. The next level contains the remaining Te-waza techniques.
Description: Tai otoshi is executed differently against a same-side opponent.
Nage Waza (throwing techniques) - buy this These are basic fundamental techniques in Judo and include Te-waza, Koshiwaza, Ashi Waza, Sutemi Waza, and combinations.
Te-waza Part Two
This section of Te-waza teaches Ippon/Morote Seoi Nage (one-arm and two-arm shoulder throw) and Kata-guruma (shoulder wheel). These are part of a larger group of throwing techniques called Nage Waza.
Ippon/Morote Seoi Nage
This section is specific to the Seoi Nage throws or shoulder throws. In these videos Keith Morgan demonstrates and teaches the Ippon Seoi Nage and Morote Seoi Nage as well as variations, common mistakes and how to execute these techniques effectively.
Description: This effective technique allows you to throw your opponent over your hip, by holding his arm and shoulder in place. Keith Morgan explains in detail how to execute this Judo throw and how to practice to master it
Description: In this video learn the basic, standard Kata Guruma Judo technique. This technique involves slipping under the opponents arm and rolling over tossing them over your shoulder. Also called a shoulder wheel or fireman's carry.
Description: In this video you will learn several gripping scenarios involved in Kata Guruma.
Nage Waza 2 (throwing techniques) - buy this This is the second part of the Nage Waza section in the Judo course on I Do Martial Arts.com. It covers O-goshi (hip throw), Sode-sturi komigoshi (lifting-sleeve hip throw) and Harai-goshi (hip sweep).
Koshiwaza consists of three different hip throws, O-goshi (hip throw), Sode Tsurikomi goshi (lifting sleeve hip throw) and Harai goshi (hip sweep).
Description: Keith breaks-down this techniques setup and footwork, detailing how best to enter the technique or adjust your opponent to make the throw work. He further teaches specifics on angles and footwork.
Description: A Judo technique developed by Brian Morris on the USA Olympic team, this effective sweep is used when your opponent is in a strong, stable stance and not moving.
Nage Waza 3 (throwing techniques) - buy this This is the third part of the Nage Waza section in the Judo course on I Do Martial Arts.com. It covers Sasae Tsuri Komi Ashi, Ko-uchi Gari, O-Uchi Gari, and Ko-Soto Gari.
Ashi-waza continues with Sasae Tsuri komi Ashi (leg wheel), Ko-uchi gari (small inside throw), o-uchi-gari (major inner clip), and ko-soto-gari (small outside clip)
Sasae Tsuri Komi Ashi
These videos teach specifically the Judo technique: Sasae Tsuri Komi Ashi
Description: The Sasae Tsuri Komi Ashi is a leg wheel in the Judo system. Timing is very important in this technique. Unbalancing your opponent you then throw him over your leg. It can be a very effective technique when mastered.