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Triple Olympian and Commonwealth Games Champion Winston Gordon teaches you the Judo that kept him preforming at the highest level for over 15 years.
Gordon was well known for his hard grip fighting, Ashi waza combinations and his well drilled Ne waza.
Primary stance: Right
Gordon shows his De ashi barai from Kosoto gari combination from an extreme right v right situation.
Gordon shows his De ashi barai from lapel grip break with a R v L situation.
Winston Gordon shows his De ashi barai from Sasae tsurikomi ashi.
Triple Olympian Winston Gordon introduces his spinning Harai goshi.
Winston Gordon shows how he sets up his spinning Harai goshi.
Gordon shows the pivot on his feet, execution and competition examples for his spinning Harai goshi.
Winston introduces his version of this popular arm lock.
A detailed look at how to control the start of transition into Juji gatame.
Gordon demonstrates the roll into Juji gatame.
Winston shows how to execute his Juji gatame.
Gordon shows how he employs Osae komi in order to secure the arm lock.
Gordon shows the details of how to secure Juji ashi gatame.
Winston highlights the common mistakes made when transitioning between Juju gatame and Osae komi.
Watch the important details of how to transition back to Juji gatame from the Oase komi.
Gordon breaks down the details of his Sankaku jime.
Winston Gordon shows the entry and how to flatten your opponent out for Sangaku jime.
Gordon shows the correct leg positioning and how to tie your opponents arm by feeding the jacket.
Learn how to stay in maximum control throughout the Sankaku roll.
Gordon demonstrates how to finish his Sankaku effectively or develop an arm lock for the submission.
Learn Okuri eri jime from Winston Gordon.
Learn Koshi jime from Winston Gordon.
Gordon tells how he was first introduced into the sport.
Winston remembers when he started to take Judo a little more seriously.
Travelling, practicing with other nations and learning about different approaches to Judo.