Black Belt Judo
Offering judo practitioners a comprehensive illustrated manual to the sport, exploring the advanced techniques - arm locks, joint locks, strangleholds, and more - this book covers the fundamentals of the sport, including its history and development, as well as the philosophy that underpins judo.
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1 LETS BEGIN 11 8HAND THROWS 69
3 WHY JUDO WORKS
4 HOW JUDO DEVELOPS CHARACTER 35 11 PINNING
5 CLASSIFICATION OF TECHNIQUES 39 ground positions
Part Two 13JOINT LOCKS
6 PRINCIPLES OF THROWING 45 APPENDICES
7 HIP THROWS 57 GLOSSARY
apply arm lock balance basic black belt bringing uke choke combat contest Control uke's counter Deashi harai elbow gake gari Ouchi gari gari page 90 grab uke's grip guruma hane goshi harai goshi hip throw ippon Jigoro Kano joint locks judo competition judo students judo techniques judogi jujutsu kata kesa gatame Key points knee Kodokan kuzushi lapel left foot left hand makikomi martial arts move niques oppo opponent opponent's Osoto gari Ouchi gari principles pull uke push randori reap right foot right hand right leg rotate self-defence seoi nage shido shime waza skills sleeve Soto makikomi sport strangulation sukui nage sutemi waza sweep Tai otoshi Tani otoshi throw uke throwing technique Tomoe nage tournaments tsurikomi goshi Uchi mata UDE HISHIGI uke forward uke's arm uke's head uke's left uke's legs uke's neck uke's right upper body Ura nage Ushiro goshi Utsuri goshi Variation waza ari Yoko