Judo. The most unusual throw through a back.
Judo. The most unusual throw through a back
Throw through the back in which you definitely need to bend.
In this article, we continue to talk about the South Korean judoist Jeon Ki-young. You can look at the first article here (Korean Judo Phenomenon. Jeon Ki-young. Part 1. Throw through the back.) We offer you a new throw through the back, which many people don’t even suspect and especially do not learn in training. Although this option is a high-class athletes often used in competitions. Let's look at it. This article is based on an educational film.
The grip is taken with two hands for the top of the kimono. Hands are on the same level. The entrance to the trick is not inward towards the opponent, but outward. The body rotates and the attacker is in a similar position, like the back step. If the attack is carried out in the standard (generally accepted version), then you can go on throwing over the shoulder, on the hook of the shin or the back footboard.
How to perform a throw.
There is a rapid rotation behind the back to the opponent (by analogy of the turn of the throw through the back). The attacker tightly presses the opponent to the back and, in order to throw him, makes the slope as low as possible. Due to this tilt and get this option throw through the back. Video can be seen if you go to the page of this movie.