Judo's classical hip throw is brought to you by double Olympic and World Champion Kayla Harrison of the USA, who made it one of her major scoring techniques in competition.
Across eight episodes Harrison reveals the grips, set up, entry and execution of O goshi, plus shows a variation against an extreme grip, and how O goshi can set up Sasae tsurikomi ashi and Kouchi gari.
O Goshi | Kayla Harrison
Double Olympic Champion and World Champion Kayla Harrison introduces her O goshi.
Set Up And Upper Body | O Goshi | Kayla Harrison
Harrison reveals the set up and upper body movement for her O goshi.
Hips and entry | O Goshi | Kayla Harrison
Harrison details the entry and hip movement for her O goshi.
Execution | O Goshi | Kayla Harrison
Kayla Harrison reveals how to finish her O goshi.
Extreme left | O Goshi | Kayla Harrison
Harrison reveals the variation of O goshi she employed against extreme left handed opponents.
Competition Variations | O Goshi | Kayla Harrison
A chance to see double Olympic and World Champion Kayla Harrison using her O goshi in competition on the World Tour.
Sasae Tsurikomi Ashi | O Goshi | Kayla Harrison
Kayla Harrison reveals the Sasae tsurikomi ashi that comes from the threat of her O goshi.
O Goshi - Kouchi gari | Kayla Harrison
Harrison reveals the Kouchi gari that results from the threat of her O goshi.
Giunashvili's grip switch into O goshi | Neil Adams
Neil Adams' analysis of Georgia's -66kg Lasha Giunashvili's super fast grip switch that enables him to throw Charles Chibana of Brazil in the 2017 Tbilisi Grand Prix semi-final.
-57kg Rafaela Silva's (BRA) Uki goshi and O goshi | Neil Adams | Rio 2016
Neil Adams analyses how 2016 Olympic Champion Rafaela Silva (BRA) attacks with Uke goshi and O goshi.
The Gokyo - O goshi
The Gokyo version of O goshi, demonstrated by Neil Adams.