Throw counter

Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by whipyourasstyle, Apr 26, 2008.

  1. whipyourasstyle

    whipyourasstyle Exitus acta probat

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    I thought this place might appreciate this short vid. :icon_chee

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  2. Ryanjudoka

    Ryanjudoka Yellow Belt

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    well if someone tries to throw with zero off balancing its going to be super easy to defend...or if they are going into it slow and sloppy. If you tried to defend that way against a top shelf judoka doing and an Ipponseonagi like that the only thing tight around his neck would be the medal for placing right above you.
     
  3. ShanghaiBJJ

    ShanghaiBJJ Brown Belt

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    If you read the commentary to the vid it might make more sense:

    "This is the answer to a poor seoi-nage attempt, very suitable to deal with those false attacks that permeate Judo today. It works best against ippon-seio-nage, but can be succesful against morote or eri-seoi-nage, since there are many different angles to put the strangle on."

    Those guys are at the Medhi Academy in Rio, which is a good place to learn Judo I heard.
     
  4. Q mystic

    Q mystic Silver Belt

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    We did a similar one. When buddy attempted a drop seoinage with no real effort to throw over(usually due to being ahead on points and wasting time to protect the win or to look for the aggression nod) we would just step to the side keeping the lapel grip, turn and sit on his back to drop back for the choke. Often the reflex for attempted seois is to keep your lapel grip and to jut it up under his chin, while using just your sleeve grip to jam him down..
     
  5. Knots619

    Knots619 Orange Belt

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    i can see that working when your oppoent is really tired and goes for a sholder throw and heasiates. other then that, i cant see that being a high persentage counter...
     
  6. Drew Foster

    Drew Foster Silver Belt

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    truth
     

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