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#229603 - 02/10/06 03:01 AM Your Favorite Technique
Taison Offline
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Hey, list down your five favorite techniques be it JJJ or Judo. I'm interested in what people like!

Mine?

1) Osoto-gari [The famous Taison-gari, my sign. move]
2) Juji-gatame
3) O-Goshi [The move I find easiest to execute, devastating]
4) Yoko Gake
5) Rear Naked Choke [Brutal, simple, effective]

So what's your favorite fives?

-Taison out
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#229604 - 02/10/06 04:03 AM Re: Your Favorite Technique [Re: Taison]
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the nutcracker, eyegouger, etc.
just playing

i like doin tai otoshi the most, then osoto gari.
rear naked is def. my favorite choke as well.
but my fav. submission is armbar or triangle
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#229605 - 02/10/06 12:03 PM Re: Your Favorite Technique [Re: Street_Poet]
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Osoto gari, figure four arm lock.
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#229606 - 02/10/06 12:41 PM Re: Your Favorite Technique [Re: Taison]
shuri Offline
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ouchi gari
kouchi gari
tomoe nage
ippon soei nage
and wrapping the leg to break pins

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#229607 - 02/10/06 03:31 PM Re: Your Favorite Technique [Re: Taison]
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Heres my fave in no order

Harai Goshi
Ippon seoi nage
SHoulder Wheel
Juji Gatame
Hani Goshe

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#229608 - 02/11/06 04:27 PM Re: Your Favorite Technique [Re: Taison]
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Don't know the official terms as you guys do. We don't get into the official names just the techniques. My favorite it the tree-up (or tree-down). This is also know as the Americana, Kumura or Paintbrush. Also like the RNC as well as any armbar.
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#229609 - 02/11/06 08:48 PM Re: Your Favorite Technique [Re: Dereck]
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From my understanding, the Kimura and Americana are considered to be separate techniques. I know them as the figure four arm lock and the backhammer lock respectively.
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#229610 - 02/11/06 08:50 PM Re: Your Favorite Technique [Re: Dereck]
Taison Offline
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Same thing with Leo, those two technique were taught as separate techniques.

If I could just remember their japanese names. My problem is, in our curricilum all technique names are in japanese. We are still a TMA, so. . .

I wonder, if any of the JJJ/Judo techniques have korean names?

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#229611 - 02/11/06 09:57 PM Re: Your Favorite Technique [Re: Leo_E_49]
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Quote:

From my understanding, the Kimura and Americana are considered to be separate techniques. I know them as the figure four arm lock and the backhammer lock respectively.




ya, from what i know kimura is from the guard, americana is from mount, and also side control.

**BUT the mechanics for each move is practically the same**
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#229612 - 02/12/06 06:39 PM Re: Your Favorite Technique [Re: Street_Poet]
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Well, not really. Now I'm no expert on physio and anatomy but I'm pretty sure that Kimura is hyperflexion plus lateral rotation at the shoulder and Americana is hyperextension and medial rotation at the shoulder. The injuries inflicted by using these techniques should differ. However, if we ignore the injuries inflicted, I suppose you are correct.
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