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.
Udo Quellmalz - Koshi jime
Quellmalz demonstrates Koshi jime
Udo Quellmalz - Udo jime
Quellmalz demonstrates a technique he developed himself, Udo jime
Toshihiko Koga - Okuri eri jime
Koga didn't consider himself a Newaza specialist, but he did have one very effective strangle that he used in competition - Okuri eri jime
Toshihiko Koga - Okuri eri jime - Variation
Koga demonstrates his variation of Okuri eri jime
Shime waza transition | Neil Adams
Former World Champion Neil Adams analyses two examples of Shime waza from a transitional situation off an opponents failed attack, from the 2017 World Championships
Two Shime waza used in Abu Dhabi GS | Neil Adams
Former World Champion Neil Adams shows two different strangles used at the 2015 Abu Dhabi Grand Slam against two of the superstars of women's judo.
Ashi waza combination into Shime waza | Neil Adams
Former World Champion Neil Adams analyses a stunning set-up into a strangle from Russia's Denis Iartcev in the 2016 Tokyo Grand Slam
-100kg: Lukas Krpalek's (CZE) strangle catch for Osaekomi waza | Neil Adams | Rio 2016
Former World Champion Neil Adams analyses how -100kg Olympic Champion Lukas Krpalek turns his opponents into Osaekomi waza.
Neil Adams - San gaku - Leg strangle
In this clip Neil Adams demonstrates San gaku, a leg strangle, in full and then breaks it down step by step
Kosoto - Shime waza variation vs opposite | Ugo Legrand
Ugo Legrand's Shime waza which comes from his Kosoto.