Stick with what you have and train it over and over and over and over and over. So that the second the match starts you instinctively go for your throw instead of sitting there with glazed over eyes wondering which throw to do since you tried to cram a bunch of new throws into your repetoire in a month.
Honestly i'd stay with tai otoshi. You don't want to start learning new throws at this stage. It's also a versatile throw which can be used by every body type.Maybe pick up Neil Adams Masterclass book on it. Lots of nice little details and you might find a variation or setup which you particularly like.
Add some smaller backwards throws to your repertoire. Try o-soto-gari, ko-uchi-gari, ko-soto-gari and de-ashi-barai. They can all be used as small "jabs" as well, to open up for your tai-o-toshi or other forward throw.
At this stage dont try and learn TOO much you dont have the time. Just pick one or two that feel good and learn it well.
I have pretty much mastered ankle picks. We have an All-american wrestler at my gym and he showed numerous ankle picks from various picks. Since i am so tall i have alot of success with them. I dont try for throws that much i fake them alot though.
Thanks for the tips guys!
Only brown belts and higher have ever managed to double or singleleg me so my sprawl is at least decent.
But I personally hate fighting passively as it seems this is the fashionable way in my weight class.
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