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Georgian Judo is brought to you by 2014 World Champion Avtandili Tchrikishvili and 2016 Olympic silver medalist and triple European Champion Varlam Liparteliani.
Discover a new way of thinking on the mat as two of Georgia's greatest fighters don't hold back with their explosive and fast-paced style of competitive judo.
Liparteliani shows an unusual method of tucking your legs to stop your opponent trapping them.
Liparteliani shows his grips and arm movement for Uchi mata against same stance opponents.
Varlam Liparteliani introduces his Uchi mata against same stance opponents.
Liparteliani shows leg positioning and posture needed for Uchi mata against same stance opponents.
Learn how to finish Uchi mata against same stance opponents. Including amazing competition examples.
Liparteliani demonstrates his Tsurikomi goshi entry for his Uchi mata against same stance opponents.
Take a look at some amazing competition examples of Varlam Liparteliani's Uchi mata and Tsurikomi goshi against same stance opponents.
Varlam Liparteliani introduces the different ways in which he deals with a high lapel grip from a right handed fighter, before throwing with his Uchi mata.
Liparteliani shows his lapel grip break against a right handed fighter that leads straight into him throwing with Uchi mata.
Liparteliani shows one of the variations of his Uchi mata Makiomi that he uses against right handed fighters who take a high lapel grip.
Liparteliani shows another Uchi mata Makikomi variation where he grips his own lapel.
Some amazing competition examples of Varlam Liparteliani's Uchi mata and Tsurikomi goshi against same stance opponents.
Liparteliani shows us his highly effective Left Seoi nage.
Liparteliani shows in detail the upper body and lower body movement to execute his left Seoi nage.
Liparteliani's left Seoi nage in Competition.
Tchrikishvili talks about the influence of Georgian national wrestling.
Liparteliani explains how experience of Georgian wrestling is transferable to modern Judo.
Liparteliani discusses the love of Georgian Judoka to win by Ippon.
Tchrikishvili and Liparteliani describe how they continually strive to learn and develop their Judo.
Tchrikishvili explains how he likes to utilise competitions and training camps to raise his level.
Liparteliani emphasises the importance of watching fights and planning for future opponents.
Tchrikishvili explains how he motivates himself before a fight.
Liparteliani reinforces the importance of training his Ne waza techniques.
Tchrikishvili explains his love of grip fighting and Georgia's strength in this area.