Teach Osoto-Gari with step by step to help your judoka visualise each phase of this judo throw.
Osoto-Gari step by step teaching card
Kami Shiho Gatame is a judo hold down that controls your opponents upper body.
To get into the hold, start kneeling by your partner’s head. Reach under both arms with your hands and grab onto the belt. Push downwards with your chest, bringing your knees up underneath you.
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Koshi-Guruma is a hip technique and belongs to the second group of the Gokyo.
It is an easy technique to learn and often taught early to beginners and intermediate level judoka. However, it is important to note that this technique is banned in competition (British Judo) for the under 12 age groups.
It is an easy technique to learn and often taught early to beginners and intermediate level judoka. However, that said, it is important to take care because of the neck-grip.
Want to learn how to do this judo technique? Read on!
Here is how to do Koshi-Guruma with judo animations, counters, combinations, tips and tricks.