Using combinations | Judo Principles
Episode 1 • 2m 18s
Euan Burton and Gemma Gibbons show the principles of breaking balance using combination attacks.
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Overview | Combinations | Suzuki
Suzuki found that bigger, stronger opponents would try and dominate his head and pull him in. He had to find ways to unsettle them – De Ashi Barai, and this combination was his answer.
Fearful of this attack, it worked as a great deterrent to his opponent ’s, who would be reluctant to pull hi...
Upper Body | Combinations | Suzuki
There are two clear upper body movements for this combination, and they are both lead by the collar hand.
First, Suzuki pulls their upper body down and to the left, and then he changes direction, rotating Uke with both arms in a steering wheel type motion.
Lower Body | Combinations | Suzuki
The lower body has two clear directions. The Kouchi comes first; it’s a big kicking action, but Suzuki places his power and weight onto his supporting leg, giving his left leg a light feeling to it.
Next, he places his left leg down and before Uke can adjust catches their outstretched leg with...