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How Can Dynamics Be Applied to Judo?
Three Principles for Practicing Judo
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The Secrets of Judo: A Text for Instructors and Students
Jiichi Watanabe,Lindy Avakian
Limited preview - 2011
abdominal region advanced foot armlock attack bend big toe break his posture center of gravity cerebral cortex chest conditioned reflex correct centripetal pressure de-ashi-harai defensive direction DYNAMIC EXPLANATION elbow joint force F forces that act forearm fulcrum grappling grasp Hadaka-jime hane-goshi harai-goshi hip throw holddown inducing momentum joint nerve center judo Juji-gatame kami-shiho-gatame Kata-gatame Kata-ha-jime kata-juji-jime kesa-gatame KEY POINTS kilograms Kodokan Kuzure-kami-shiho-gatame larger law of motion left foot left hand left leg Let us study lift loins Look at Figure lower extremities momentum mv momentum produced move muscles muscular force nami-juji-jime neck o-soto-gari o-uchi-gari Okuri-eri-jime opponent hold opponent's body opponent's posture opponent's right position posture shown pull push reaction reaping reflex action right arm right foot right front corner right hand right leg right natural posture right side rotate Shime-waza shown in Figure take advantage throwing techniques Ude-garami uki-goshi upper body velocity waist and abdominal weight yoko-shiho-gatame