Multiple World and European medalist leads the way in our Shime waza collection, as he shows how to set up strangles from a standing position.
Kayla Harrison, Winston Gordon and Mark Huizinga highlight their different variations of leg strangles, whilst Udo Quellmalz and Neil Adams reveal a number of different types of chokes and strangles. Also, don't miss out on the fast submission Kosei Inoue gets when countering a failed drop Seoi nage.
Keeping hold from failed attack | Judo Principles
Euan Burton and Gemma Gibbons show the principles of transition by keeping hold of your partner after their failed attack.
Okuri eri jime | Euan Burton
Multiple World and European medallist Euan Burton shows his sliding collar strangle - Okuri eri jime
Okuri eri jime from transition | Euan Burton
Burton sets this strangle up from standing as he waits and anticipates his opponent's attack.
Okuri eri jime variation | Euan Burton
Tokyo GS Champion Euan Burton shows a very fast and effective strangle, which is set up from standing.
Crocodile half roll into Sode jime | Euan Burton
If Burton finds it difficult to employ his full Crocodile roll hold-down he will look to change the attack to this very interesting strangle.
Crocodile full roll into Sode jime | Euan Burton
As opponent's found ways to stop his half roll into Sode jime, Burton adapted this new and very effective strangle.
Sankaku jime - Overview | Winston Gordon
Gordon breaks down the details of his Sankaku jime.
Sankaku wrist wrap and flatten | Winston Gordon
Winston Gordon shows the entry and how to flatten your opponent out for Sangaku jime.
Sankaku leg positioning and feed | Winston Gordon
Gordon shows the correct leg positioning and how to tie your opponents arm by feeding the jacket.
Sankaku roll & securing the head | Winston Gordon
Learn how to stay in maximum control throughout the Sankaku roll.
Sankaku application and armlock | Winston Gordon
Gordon demonstrates how to finish his Sankaku effectively or develop an arm lock for the submission.
Okuri eri jime | Winston Gordon
Learn Okuri eri jime from Winston Gordon.
Koshi jime | Winston Gordon
Learn Koshi jime from Winston Gordon.
Overview | Reverse Sankaku | Kayla Harrison
Double Olympic and World Champion Kayla Harrison shows us one of the techniques that helped her become so dominant in World Judo - the reverse Sankaku.
Locking In | Reverse Sankaku | Kayla Harrison
Double Olympic and World Champion Kayla Harrison shows us how she locks in for the reverse Sankaku.
The Turn | Reverse Sankaku | Kayla Harrison
Double Olympic and World Champion Kayla Harrison demonstrates the turn after she has locked her legs in for the reverse Sankaku.
Competition Variations | Reverse Sankaku | Kayla Harrison
Double Olympic and World Champion Kayla Harrison in action on the World stage using her reverse Sankaku.
Newaza roll - Okuri eri jime variation | Ole Bischof
Olympic Champion Ole Bischof shows his strangle variation to his highly effective Ne waza roll. This video is part 7 of 7
Strangle variation | Craig Fallon
Former World and European Champion Craig Fallon shows the strangle variation of his Ne-waza roll.
Kosei Inoue - Shime waza
Inoue demonstrates all three strangles that he used in competition, including his secret weapon!
Mark Huizinga - Sankaku
Learn the numerous tricks and techniques Huizinga employed to make sure that his Sankaku was a deadly weapon in groundwork. This is a real masterclass in Sankaku
Udo Quellmalz - Okuri eri jime
Quellmalz demonstrates Okuri eri jime
Udo Quellmalz - Okuri eri jime and Kata ha jime
Quellmalz demonstrates both Okuri eri jime and Kata ha jime
Udo Quellmalz - Okuri eri to Koshi to Udo jime
Quellmalz demonstrates a series of techniques leading from one to the other; Okuri eri jime, Koshi jime and Udo jime