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#116646 - 07/11/07 01:27 PM Re: Is Judo street effective [Re: Vlado666]
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...which brings you back to being hit by one whilst you are pinning/choking the other surely. I think throws and chokes are useful to know and I practice them but I have to say I think a good punch is easier and more reliable if I had to choose. I guess we should all be good at both but i could not see myself relying on judo techniques alone.

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#116647 - 07/12/07 07:18 AM Re: Is Judo street effective [Re: Barad]
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...which brings you back to being hit by one whilst you are pinning/choking the other surely. I think throws and chokes are useful to know and I practice them but I have to say I think a good punch is easier and more reliable if I had to choose. I guess we should all be good at both but i could not see myself relying on judo techniques alone.

B.


I agree with that Judo Throws and Chokes and stuff are much better when combined with strikes and kicks,that way you get your opp. stunned,and can perform a Throw much easyer.

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#116648 - 07/13/07 09:25 PM Re: Is Judo street effective [Re: JMurray]
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I'm far from an expert, but I didn't see any mention of the possible grip problem.

A judoka usually depends on getting a good grip on the opponents shirt or jacket in order to have control. In my one experience in a confrontation, I instinctively grabbed the guy's T shirt and it just ripped off as he backed up.

If I have to get in a fight again, I hope it's not in the summer.





If a person was to look at the early ways of training something like osoto gari(its on you tube/ google video) then gripping perhaps wouldnt be to much of a problem in such a scenario.

Judo seemed much more brutal way back then.


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#116649 - 07/13/07 10:31 PM Re: Is Judo street effective [Re: joesixpack]
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One must remember that the judo techniques are effective if used within their range, ie, grappling range. But, it is the sport mindset that will get the judoka killed. If you practice a sport long enough you get the rules as an instinct. and sporting rules on the street, with no mat, refs or otherwise is a lethal habit

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#116650 - 07/14/07 02:08 AM Re: Is Judo street effective [Re: groundfighter]
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I do hate to be picky




I do too (not), but you responded to a post from 08/04/03 lol.

It was a good thread though, lots of good points.
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