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Judo nagewaza (throwing technique) in the road - martial-arts

 

How convenient are throwing techniques (nagewaza) for self-defense or street-fighting? NOT VERY!

The Japanese themselves have a saying, "One year for newaza (ground technique), TEN YEARS for nagewaza (Throwing technique)". It takes ten times as long to develop into capable at throwing than it does at argument fighting.

Trying to throw a fully resisting, fighting foe and pulling off a "clean" throw is VERY, VERY DIFFICULT.

People will Mechanically grab, seize, claw and if not do all sorts of "spoiling" military exercises when one attempts to accomplish a "throw".

In all of the fights I have seen, I can bear in mind ONLY three instances where one guy was able to pull off a clean solid throw. And this character was involved Judo on an just about DAILY basis.

I've seen throws used in other situations but quite honestly they got the being into MORE Anxiety than it was worth.

I will cite three classic examples of what it takes to befall "skilled" adequate to even endeavor Nagewaza in a real lane fight.

1. Masahiko 'Judo" Kimura Taught upwards of NINE hours a DAY! He did thousands of repetitions of Uchikomi (fitting in) to arise just a Combine of consistent Nagewaza (Seoi Nage (Should throw) & O Soto Gari (Big leg reap)). Appraisal Kimura's biography you will note that in his boulevard fights and "vale tudo" matches as well, when he faced skilled boxers his dependence on Nage was still an "iffy" proposition.

Make no mistake. .

KIMURA WAS AN ANIMAL!

2. Famed Judo legend Yamashita (explained at his fresh colloquium that it took THOUSANDS of repetitions of uchikomi AND the brutal three man military exercises to BEGIN to acquire the skill to actually employ throwing techniques.

3. And last but definitely not least is Yonezuka who ADVOCATES the use of ASHIBARAI (foot sweep) devoid of GRABBING as the BEST complete and SAFEST (for you) fashion of slamming a big name on their ass.

The other thing that pisses me off is the idea that JUJUTSU throws are come what may Beat than JUDO throws for real combat. BULLSHIT. The only REAL alteration among Judo and Jujutsu nagewaza is commonly the approach of seizing the opponent. HOWEVER, a judoka can do this just as EASILY. But moreover, JUDO nage are PROVEN to be actual in REAL ADVERSARIAL COMPETITIONS. Sure you can talk about the old Jujutsu styles employing joint locks and strangleholds in conjunction with throwing BUT again, JUDO methods have been evolving in a far MORE real arena.

I have NEVER seen a Jujutsuka "pull off" any NAGEWAZA adjacent to even greenhorn JUDOKAS or WRESTLERS! EVER.

And in a REAL boulevard fight some of the Drivel that these associates have a joke with on about about the "COMBAT" claim of these throws will get you F%^&&G KILLED!

The claptrap they preach on about SOUNDS "cool" but will FAIL in the REAL unscripted world.

Almost ANY endeavor at Especially slamming a big cheese will ever find BOTH of you on the ground. Hopefully, but Emphatically NOT ALWAYS, with you on top, then the fight goes ON. Adjacent to more than ONE opponent you HAVE BIG PROBLEMS!

Also believe the TACTICAL evils with Calculatingly spinning your BACK into an ENEMY! And ANY one-legged type throw, i. e. , Hane-goshi (Hip bounce throw)/Harai-goshi (Loin throw)/O guruma (Big Outer Wheel) /Uchimata (Inner Thigh Throw) will Cover that you BOTH hit the DECK.

The BEST methods I have seen and adept for in fact USING throwing techniques in self-protection came from Bruce Tegner. His hypothesis of seizing the upper arms or shoulders with both hands and then GOING TO WORK on the opponents legs with a Bank of LOW HARD KICKS and THEN executing a throw is the ONLY approximate that seems to have authority and is viable. AND that approximate is what REAL kuzushi is all about.

Another topic affluent with BULLSHIT. KUZUSHI is NOT a cunning manipulation to "break balance" in THE REAL WORLD nor is it evident in approximately ANY real Randori or Shiai. MORE esoteric fantasy crap. If I want to "break your balance" I'll do it by KNOCKING THE S$%T out of you!

Lastly, DON'T have faith in the BULLSHIT about Judo throws "being SAFE" for the opponent. HORSES#$T! With Plenty attempt you can "land" a guy on his HEAD, NECK or shoulder.

What makes Judo throws SEEM safe is the apply of UKEMI, the use of TATAMI and the LACK of intent in F!@#$%G up your instruction partner.

Check out Koizumi's book on throws. He explains very well how a Dojo "safe" throw can be executed on the Lane with devastating outcome by a clean adjust in the aim of the "pull" done by the hands and wrists.

Instead of "heaving" your man over and directing him INTO a breakfall, you JUST pull Arranged down and DRIVE him head first into the ground.

The DOERS KNOW the alteration among real and chickenshit. The pontificators acquaint with ONLY a "shell" that has NO REAL SUBSTANCE, just "warrior fantasy appeal".

They are blinded by their own BULLS@#T.

PS: CJ1 "Throws Grips and Dirty Tricks" cover the set up, throwing techniques and maneuvers - http://www. combatjujutsusecrets. com

Copyright 2003 www. thetruthaboutselfdefense. com ©

Carl Cestari began his study of the aggressive arts with judo at the age of 7 under the bearing of Yoshisada Yonezuka. All through the past forty plus years Carl has dyed-in-the-wool his life to studying the antagonistic arts, hand to hand combat systems, description and religion. What makes Carl exceptional is his arrangement of aggressive arts, law enforcement and forces and real world experience. Carl has been exposed to a assembly of associates with a wide assortment experience. The subsequent is a list of some of Carl's ranks and honors.

Shinan (Founder) Tekkenryu jujutsu
Ryokudan (6th degree) Koshinkai Karate under John Burrelle
Godan (5th degree) Jujutsu under Clarke of the World Jujutsu Fedaration (now defunct)
Sandan (3rd degree) Nippon Kempo under Narabu Sada
Nidan (2nd degree) Judo under Masafumi Suzuki
Shodan (1st degree) Judo under Yoshisada Yonezuka
Shodan (1st degree) Shukokai Karate under Kimura, Kadachi and Yonezuka
Shodan (1st degree) Daitoryu Aikijujutsu
Instructors Certificate- Charles Nelson Arrangement of Self Apology under Charlie Nelson
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