Judo Osoto Gari ???

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  1. pdg

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    Dunno.

    Don't really know what technique it is so therefore have no opinion on what variant is going to be 'better'.

    I just know the maths :p
     
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    How did we get back to math(s)?
     
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    Without the context of the video, it sounds like a description of the common move used to change their structure for the sweep.
     
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    Everything is about the maths.

    It's the one true universal language (until you spell it).
     
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    I will tomorrow at work

    JUDO has to be the most violent sport , ever. Those throws would kill me lol
     
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    If you can't treat your own body as a bouncing ball, and also treat the falling as free body massage, the throwing art is not for you.

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    If you know how to fall, they’re not nearly as bad as they look. Most of them, anyway.
     
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    The only thing I can think of is offsetting the opponents balance to try making him 'almost' perpendicular to the floor before going in for the throw.
     
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    I have been doing the mma take downs and we use tons of body locks and it works only if you can secure the side or back position
     
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    Judo would be the last art I would ever do .
    Why ?? No way I could handle 50 plus throws every class or more
     
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    Almost perpendicular is a perfectly legitimate phrase ;)
     
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    That's because you don't know how to fall - well, more aptly you don't know how to land... Any idiot can fall, it's easy, just stop standing up ;)

    It would also appear that you don't believe it's something that can be learned.
     
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    Learning nudo is not that hard on your body. Teaching judo to kids...that's a fair bit tougher. But you don't have to worry about learning it.
     
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    I am getting plenty of basic mma take downs
    I don’t need judo and it’s very complex and my back won’t take it
     
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    Naked judo?
     
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    The throwing art require a lot of waist (back) motion. You need to train your waist rotation to do the "cut". When you execute a "cut", before your leg can make a curve, your waist has to make a curve first.

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    The "front cut" may exist in many MA forms such as shown below. Do you have any kick back move like this in your form?

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    I have a friend who says maths is in everything and is everywhere, I have to take her word for it.:D


    I take it you don't know your history and where Judo comes from then. I suggest you look it up before making comments like that.
     
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    Yamaarashi is a pretty rough fall even when you know how to fall well AND you know it's coming... A spinning uchimata isn't any fun, either.123
     
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