Judo Techniques - Translations
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Formally known as Ude Hishigi Ashi Gatame
It's called "naked" because you don't need to grab the jacket. Nothing kinky. Honest.
That's "spring" as in "boing". It's not a seasonal throw.
Your opponent hits the floor and you land on top of them. Ouch.
Formally known as Ude Hishigi Hara Gatame
Formally known as Ude Hishigi Hiza Gatame
Formally known as Ude Hishigi Juji Gatame
The opponent is lifted onto your shoulders and thrown. It's a long way down...
You grab their belt, lift them and drop them. The clue was in the name really.
Strangles your opponent using your legs.
A sacrifice throw similar to Tomoe Nage but using the leg to flick your opponent over.
A very, very heavy throw.
Formally known as Ude Hishigi Te Gatame
A classic sacrifice throw most people would recognise.
Formally known as Ude Hishigi Ude Garami
Formally known as Ude Hishigi Ude Gatame
A bit like a wrestling suplex move.
Generally used as a counter throw when your opponent tries a hip throw.
Looks like a cross between judo and jive dancing.
Formally known as Ude Hishigi Waki Gatame. Also called the Armpit Arm Lock.
Dramatic name for a dramatic throw.
A particularly heavy sacrifice throw.
Sounds like surgery but it's a sacrifice throw
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