The one-handed Kosoto gari by Japan's Keiji Suzuki in the Openweight final of the 2003 World Championships is widely regarded as the greatest Ashi waza of all time.
Now it's your chance to learn this amazing technique, as Suzuki takes you through a Kosoto masterclass. Also don't miss the numerous variations of Ugo Legrand and the amazing Osoto - Kosoto combination of Winston Gordon.
Kosoto gari - De ashi barai combination | Winston Gordon
Gordon shows his De ashi barai from Kosoto gari combination from an extreme right v right situation.
Osoto - Nidan kosoto gari combination | Winston Gordon
Gordon shows one of his most deadly and effective Ashi waza combinations versus left handed opponents.
Kosoto gari - Osoto gari combination | Winston Gordon
Against right handed opponents who adopt an extreme stance Winston Gordon sets up his Osoto gari with Kosoto gari.
Bearhug Kosoto gake | Winston Gordon
Winston Gordon's bearhug Kosoto gake is his do or die technique. Don't miss this role of the dice Kosoto!
Bearhug Kosoto gake - cross grip variation | Winston Gordon
This bearhug Kosoto gake comes from a cross grip. Winston Gordon uses this against same stance opponents.