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Drills to practice away from the dojo
Yusuke Kanamaru gives you an overview of Tandoku Renshu, or individual practice.
Yusuke Kanamaru walks you through solo drills to practice for seoi nage.
Yusuke Kanamaru shows you drills to practice on your own for osoto gari.
Yusuke Kanamaru shows you drills to practice on your own to improve your ashi waza
Yusuke Kanamaru teaches you the "Around The World" drill for improving your osaekomi transition.
Neil Adams is here to show you how to get the best out of your uchi komi bands!
Watch this introduction to uchi komi bands to learn the basics behind using them.
Neil Adams walks you through how to correctly use your uchi komi bands - how to properly use the tension of your bands, how to grip and what hand movements to use.
Neil Adams explains how to use uchi komi bands to practice backwards throw movements. For backwards throws it's not just about pulling - but also pushing
Neil Adams shows you how to integrate realistic movements into your uchi komi practice using bands.
Your opponents will not be static, so you need to simulate the movements taught here to get in that perfect practice.
Here is an exercise Colin Oates uses to train weight transference.
By placing four cones to create the shape of a square in a two by two metre area, Oates demonstrates a very effective way of changing direction quickly and adjusting your body weight accordingly.
This ability to transfer your we...
Ashi waza is a huge part of Kirill Denisov’s judo game.
As well as regularly scoring with Ashi waza, he incorporates it into his Kumi kata, his movement and he uses it as a platform to set up his biggest throws.
For Ashi waza to be such a big feature within his judo requires repetition and va...
Kirill Denisov has five main Ashi waza Uchikomi.
The first is for a standard Kouchi gari.
The second is for his double Kouchi combination.
Then comes his skipping Kouchi gari.
Next up is this De ashi barai counter attack.
The idea is for Denisov to anticipate De ashi, and attack with Kouchi...
One of the hallmarks of Kirill Denisov’s judo is his ability to disorientate and destabilise his opponents.
It’s this unique capability that gives him so many openings and opportunities in Tachi waza.
Denisov seamlessly blends Kumi kata with movement and Ashi waza… And his Kumi kata and Ashi wa...