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#116821 - 04/13/04 03:01 PM Re: Practical Street Judo--PLEASE Contribute
VJ Offline
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Registered: 03/16/04
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Loc: San Diego, CA
[QUOTE]Originally posted by MorpheusRS:
My background is greco-roman, muay-thai, sambo and judo,
I have used o-soto gari, o-goshi, koshi guruma and quite a few wrestling takedowns.
extremely effective if done with the "punching helper", grabbig the clothes and punching the head while throwing.. gets the job done.
[/QUOTE]

Thank you Morpheus!!! Grappling mixed with some kind of strike increases surviving. Sport judo with its dependence on closing the gap to throw isn't enough. Elbow, knee, kicking, etc,. all make a complete fighter. Traditional judo is nice and great sport. However why wait until a person gets to black belt to teach strikes? Also the need to train without a gi like wrestlers do can only increase judo's effectiveness.

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#116822 - 08/19/04 09:20 AM Re: Practical Street Judo--PLEASE Contribute
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I like o soto garai, and murotei seio-nagi(spelling)(double are sholder throw)

if I am being stabbed or punched at the stomach I love shiho nage

oni kudaki is cool to. tricky but I like it.

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#116823 - 08/20/04 12:43 PM Re: Practical Street Judo--PLEASE Contribute
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Neo_ryu:
I like o soto garai, and murotei seio-nagi(spelling)(double are sholder throw)

if I am being stabbed or punched at the stomach I love shiho nage

oni kudaki is cool to. tricky but I like it.
[/QUOTE]

Have you actually used these techniques on the streets?

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#116824 - 08/22/04 05:48 PM Re: Practical Street Judo--PLEASE Contribute
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by JKogas:
This may be common sense (or in fact already mentioned), but definitely work on your standing clinch. Learn the wrestling moves (as have already been said) and, work your BOXING skills! (and please don't neglect to put TIME into your mat work!)

Each range affects the others in turn. Having good boxing ability makes it easier to obtain a clinch. Having a good clinch game makes it easier to control, throw and work on the ground to control a resisting bad guy.

Be well-rounded in other words.

-John
[/QUOTE]

How long have you been taking Judo?

Just curious...

[This message has been edited by Lokkan-Do (edited 08-22-2004).]

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#116825 - 08/26/04 10:38 AM Re: Practical Street Judo--PLEASE Contribute
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Hey everyone , great topic . But i have a question is there anyway to get you to explain these throws with out using the proper names ? Sorry, but my father took judo and started teaching it to me from an early age and I find it very effective in many situations . However he never told me the proper names and i have no idea what you are talking about . We always just used names like circle throw , hip throw , choke escape , ect ect . Thanks for the info Artos lol you know maybe on the other hand i should learn the proper names

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#116826 - 08/27/04 11:15 AM Re: Practical Street Judo--PLEASE Contribute
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Registered: 05/22/03
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Loc: Just outside Philadelphia, PA
If you want to learn the proper names, go to www.judoinfo.com . There is a techniques page that shows animations of the moves with their proper names.

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#116827 - 08/27/04 02:57 PM Re: Practical Street Judo--PLEASE Contribute
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cool , thanks man

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#116828 - 09/04/04 02:45 AM Re: Practical Street Judo--PLEASE Contribute
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Cato:
Taking the discussion forward a litle, I find Judo pins can be very ineffective, and sometimes downright foolhardy, for street situations. Does anyone have any experience of successfully pining an attacker by using one for real?

Budo
[/QUOTE]


Pins are great because you can control someone where they are relatively helpless. From there you have several options. You can go for an armbar or easily punch the heck out of him - if he puts his hands in front of his face to block your punches he is open for an armbar too. You can hold him down, or simply get up and run away if need be.

Pins are great because it gives you control of the guy. If you didn't have control then he would simply just get back up and fight you again!

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#116829 - 09/04/04 02:53 AM Re: Practical Street Judo--PLEASE Contribute
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by VJ:
Also the need to train without a gi like wrestlers do can only increase judo's effectiveness.[/QUOTE]


It can but its not absolutely necessary to train without a gi. Virtually any judo throw can be done gi-less simply by clinching or "bodyhugging" the guy. If you're experienced judoka it should come natural to you when the need arises.

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#116830 - 09/30/04 08:42 AM Re: Practical Street Judo--PLEASE Contribute
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Don,t forget KataGuruma. It's a bit difficult to preform, but it has devestating effect.
(I haven't actualy preformed it in real fight, but i did use it when we were "goofing" around.)

The only real situation i've heard of when a friend's friend used uchimata on a security guard.
(I,ve heard this from very reliable source).

Otherwise judo is very street effective just bacuse "bad guy" never expects judo moves.

(Sorry my english)

[This message has been edited by Bojevnik (edited 09-30-2004).]

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