MMA Harai Goshi

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  1. Maestro Nobones

    Maestro Nobones Great Job! - GLAD DADS CREW

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    Gonna work on this. Gonna work on this a lot.
     
  2. Joe_Cool

    Joe_Cool Never trust a woman or a government. Moderator

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    Mine still needs a lot of work, but it's one of my favorite throws.
     
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    Joe_Cool Never trust a woman or a government. Moderator

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    [y]rRNHFuNL0mc[/y]

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    He already had a badly injured back
     
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    Joe_Cool Never trust a woman or a government. Moderator

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    That doesn't make the throw less awesome. :dunno:
     
  6. Maestro Nobones

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    Is it always done with double overs?
     
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    Poor Riggs :wtc:
     
  9. Joe_Cool

    Joe_Cool Never trust a woman or a government. Moderator

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    I've never done it without a gi, but it seems to me it'd be most effective using over/under, with the underhook on the near (pushing) side and overhook on the far (pulling) side.
     
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    Yeah that makes sense to me, I guess I will just have to look into it a bit more.
     
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    I used to have trouble with it when i first started judo because i thought it was a leg sweep. BB told me its a variation of ogoshi and I could land it easy from there.

    Across the theigh go for harai
     
  12. brolli

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    to give the opponent double unders is really really risky unless you've got really strong hips.

    A good place to start would be from an over/under tie up.
     
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    I'm no judo guy but it seems nogi that over/under makes the most sense
     
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    ibe seen people hit it off a wizzer on the same side you dive in for the hip throw and then hit the theigh
     
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    overhook or underhook wizzer?
     
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    whizzer = overhook
     
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    I've been taught both ways :dunno:
     
  19. kilian

    kilian You've got quite a treasure there in that Horadric OT Supporter

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  21. Sirc

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    You can use over/under, but I prefer over and head control. People tend to follow where their head goes.

    In judo, I use sleeve/belt. In no-gi, I use over/under or if I get into a clinch, I'll lock their face against my bicep with my right hand behind their head, pulling the head with my left arm in an overhook.

    You just have to remember body contact.
     

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