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post #11 of 33 (permalink) Old 06-29-2007, 04:03 AM Thread Starter
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Extended Situps x100
Pushups - 5 sets of 40
Bicep curls 45kg - 5 sets of 5
Benchpress 45 - 4 sets of 15
Bagwork(combos and cardio)
Bagwork(knuckle conditioning)
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Judo Technique - Harai Goshi(Sweeping Loin Throw)


First of all this technique was used by Karo recently against Josh Burkman. The way to do this throw technique wise is not to land on them but many people do it in competition etc and there is no problem against it.

In this move the main feature is the use of your right leg and hip. The opponent's weakness lies to his right front corner.

A right Harai Goshi(left Harai Goshi is just the other way around).

Griping, with no gi grap the opponent's right tricep or lock their left arm and have their arm in your armpit area and the right hand goes underneath the opponent's left arm and the bicep should be facing upwards and have you hand around the opponent's shoulder area(I usually grab the top of the opponent's shoulder)

Pull the opponent forward(break Balance), with hes right foot leading. As his weight comes to his right toes, slide your left foot across in front of the opponent's left foot. suddenly and strongly pull hes body against yours, pivoting counterclockwise on your left foot. the opponents chest should be held tightly against the right rear side of your chest. Now still pivoting to the front, sweep your right leg back striking the opponent's lower leg with the calf of your leg. Turn your right foot and leg inward as you sweep. the sweeping of your leg and the pull of your arms will throw the opponent. For a successful application of Harai Goshi it is absolutely necessary that the opponent be unbalanced to the extent that releasing your hold on him would cause him to fall involuntarily.

You can land on the opponent and it is still Harai Goshi.

Harai Goshi
YouTube - harai goshi

*note - A similar throw Harai Makikomi can be used and you land on the opponent and pretty much side control which i will post in further training log additions.



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Any requests for another Judo technique?


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post #13 of 33 (permalink) Old 06-29-2007, 08:37 AM Thread Starter
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Do you have any throws that dont expose your back at anytime?
Yes...But many don't expose your back it is more your hip and it is an strange position so they would have to be extremely flexible to get your back.

I know what i will post next...O Uchi Gari...Major Inner reap, it has been used in many occasions in MMA and can be used from the clinch position(it is a leg sweep).

Hidehiko Yoshida got Don Frye with O uchi gari.



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Because this judo came in and my instructor said lemme see what you got, and this guy did some sorta hip throw and my instructor reversed it and took his back.
What did it look like?

Judo is more taught by most western dojo's as the sport way of Judo which a technique is to give your back and turtle to stalemate the match so the referee will stand both Judoka's back up but in street fights or MMA this is a very bad thing to do which is why i don't take in teaching like this so my Judo is like the older judoka's like Masahiko Kimura(beat Helio Gracie) and in saying this Judo has the bad name by some people know because of this but if used correctly Judo can be very good.

Plus you have to be aware on who you are fighting.

I may be mainly a Judoka but i have a strikers physique, some Boxing skills and powerful hands so i would probably stay standing if i was fighting a BJJ expert, whats the point of taking down someone that wants to be on the ground?

Although io love the old BJJ V Judo stuff i think people should leave it as that and stop carrying on about it because Judo and BJJ together is a powerful combination and people like Shinya Aoki, Yushin Okami and Fabricio Werdum use it.

many people don't do this but you have to fight with a style that suits you which many people don't do that they just use what knowledge they have with no strategy.


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Today was an off day.

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Walking to the fridge to get more food.



Big workout tomorrow though.



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What inner sweeps do you know?
Inner sweep takedowns or throws?


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Benchpress 135 ibs - 4 sets of 15 how much do you weigh? I can't do that then workout. Unless you mean you just did the bar or 22 1/2 on each side.

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Benchpress 135 ibs - 4 sets of 15 how much do you weigh? I can't do that then workout. Unless you mean you just did the bar or 22 1/2 on each side.
I did 1/2 on each side.


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