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Tai Otoshi - Body Drop




 
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Video of: TAI OTOSHI

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Tai Otoshi - Body Drop


This is not a hip throw, so there should be room between tori and uke. It is considered a hand technique.

We have found that ordinarily tori's hand and arm can end up behind his shoulder as he turns to throw. This not only is feeble, but can cause injury to wrists and shoulders. We have found that maintaining a strong wrist and curling the lapel, placing the forearm against uke's chest and holding that position, while turning in, is far stronger.

At the end of the throw, tori actually does a little bench press forward with his throwing arm. This technique stops the arm from staying behind tori's shoulder and is a much stronger throw.


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Ko Soto Gari - Minor Outer Reaping Ko Uchi Gari - Minor Inner Reaping
Koshi Guruma - Loin Wheel Tsurikomi Goshi - Lift Pull Loin
Tsurikomi Goshi Variation 1 - Lift Pull Loin Tsurikomi Goshi Variation 2 - Lift Pull Loin
Sode Tsurikomi Goshi - Sleeve Lift Pull Loin (This is normally in the Shinmesho No Waza, but we include it here for now) Okuri Ashi Harai - Assisted Ankle Sweep
Okuri Ashi Harai - One Step - Assisted Ankle Sweep Okuri Ashi Harai - Circular Step - Assisted Ankle Sweep
Tai Otoshi - Body Drop Harai Goshi - Sweeping Hip
Uchi Mata - Inner Thigh  

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The 5 basic sets of Judo Throws - Jump To:
Ikkyo (First Set) | Nikyo (Second Set) | Sankyo (Third Set) | Yonkyo (Fourth Set) | Gokyo (Fifth Set)


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