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Judo techniques

Judo techniques

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Published by Rhadi fegurson
Rhadi Bullard Ferguson is an internationally renowned Strength & Conditioning Coach and Consultant and a former member of the 2004 US Judo Olympic Team. Rhadi has always excelled academically and athletically and has added to his Olympian Credential that of the earning of his Masters Degree and Doctorate Degree in the field of Education.
Rhadi Bullard Ferguson is an internationally renowned Strength & Conditioning Coach and Consultant and a former member of the 2004 US Judo Olympic Team. Rhadi has always excelled academically and athletically and has added to his Olympian Credential that of the earning of his Masters Degree and Doctorate Degree in the field of Education.

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Who else want to know about versatile and effective Judo techniques
 Judo techniquesfall into one of three categories, These categories are: nage-waza (Judotechniques of throwing), katame-waza (Judo techniques of grappling), and atemi-waza(judo techniques of striking). The striking Judo techniques of judo, atemi-waza, are notlegal maneuvers in judo competition.Atemi-waza, are performed primarily in kata, whichis the practice forms of Judo techniques. Nage-Waza (Throwing Judo techniques) Nage-waza fall into 2 sub-categories, tachi-waza (standing Judo techniques) and sutemi-waza (sacrifice Judo techniques).The Judo techniques of tachi-waza are performed while standing and can be devided intoone of three categories: te-waza (hand Judo techniques), koshi-waza (hip Judotechniques), and ashi-waza (foot or leg Judo techniques). The primary part of his bodythat tori (the thrower) usesapplies to throw uke (the one being thrown) check whatheading a particular tachi-waza technique will fall under.The Judo techniques of sutemi-waza involverequire tori dropping to the mat and using hisdownward momentum to help throw uke.There are two types of sutemi-waza: ma-sutemi-waza (back sacrifice Judo techniques)and yoko-sutemi-waza (side sacrifice Judo techniques). The former involves tori fallingto his back to accomplish the throw. In the latter, tori falls to his side in order to throwuke.Katame-Waza (Grappling Judo techniques)TheJudo techniquesof katame-waza are generally employed when both competitorshave come down to the mat but there are some katame-waza Judo techniques that can beapplied while standing. Katame-waza includes three general types of Judo techniques:osae-komi-waza (hold down or pinning Judo techniques), shime-waza (choke/stangleholds), and kansetsu-waza (joint locking Judo techniques, specifically armbars).Atemi-Waza (Judo techniques of striking)The striking Judo techniques that are never practiced outside of kata as forceful or improper technique could lead to serious injuries or death. Atemi-waza are categorized aseither ude-waza (arm strikes) or ashi-ate (leg strikes).Randori (sparring)Judo highlights is a free-style sparring, recognized as one of its main forms of trainingrandori. In Part of the tournament, time is spent on sparring to standing up, called tachi-

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