Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by Echo5O, Jan 16, 2013.
Does anyone know a website where i can order a poster that shows the different judo throws?
No but I would also be interested in obtaining one so a close eye on this thread I will keep.
I'm going to draw one and send it to Joe Rogan so he can learn them and stop calling every damn one a "trip". If I have to listen to his bullshit 10th planet mumbo jumbo he can damn well take the time to leanr the names of Judo throws.
There's this neat thing called Google, and when you type Judo Throws Poster into it, it comes up with things like this:
My gym has this one, which I prefer:
hahhahaha...what is this ggogle thing you are talking about?
They do come up with some retarded names for techniques but Im sure thats just the weed talking.
Thank you for the helpful reply. I never would have thought to check google before asking a forum full of people such as yourself. If only everyone in the world was as smart and helpful as you.
Yeah it's either a trip or a bloody hip toss!
well in wrestling they are referred to as an inside trip or an outside trip and since the grand majority of fighters use wrestling based takedowns then that's what they will be called (no bashing intended)
cool poster,I wander if there is one for freestyle wrestling
I think it's more the audience. You don't hear Rogan using the Portuguese names for techniques, and I've only heard him very rarely use the Japense names for certain judo throws (uchi mata and harai goshi are the only two I've ever heard). He's commentating for a majority of people who don't care what the non english names for techniques are and have no complaints if he just says "beautiful throw!" as Mike Goldberg sucks off whichever sponsor paid the most money.
Fighting Films sell a 5 poster set of 5 different Judo techniques.
Osoto gari, Uchi mata, Tomoe nage, O guruma and Ura nage
The main image on the poster is of a famous or notable competition example of the throw with about 6 or 7 smaller images of Neil Adams demo-ing the different stages of the throw.
I have the Uchi Mata one signed by Kosei Inoue.
They're not quite what you're looking for but close-ish
I don't know if they ship to the US or Canada, but I'm sure it tells you somewhere on their website.
Don't forget "JUDO THROW!"
Not entirely true, but still funny:
Separate names with a comma.