We went over basic hip throws today (in the Uki-goshi/O-goshi/Seoi-nage/Uchi-mata sense of throws). During drills, this was easy against non-resisting opponents. When sparring, it was a different story. While I feel comfortable pulling off doubles, singles, cow-catchers, arm drags, etc., I'm having difficulty setting up straight hip throws. Indeed, I figure its difficult since there is no fabric to grip and that sweat makes it slippery, but I'm unsure what it is. It feels like I'm having problems setting my feet/hips in tight in the right alignment. Suggestions? (and yes, I already spent 10 minutes trying to use the search function) Also, it looks like there are some subtle differences here in terms of what wrestlers do vs. the judo guys. I have a Gable DVD and book that demonstrate hips fully committed if not overcommitted. Judo guys don't seem to worry about hip commitment as much, no?