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Film 1. Judo techniques. Section Nage-waza/ Te - waza.

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This film presents judo techniques, conducted mainly by hand. Section te-waz (16 techniques).

According to the classification of the Kodokan Institute, all techniques (68 techniques) are divided into 5 sections. This film presents judo techniques, conducted mainly by hand. Section te-waz (16 techniques). Due to a restriction in the rules of judo, some techniques are now prohibited in competitions. But this limitation does not interfere with the study of judo techniques in full. All throws are demonstrated by Japanese specialists from the Kodokan Institute. You will see the execution of the throw to the right and to the left. In realtime and slow motion. The film will be useful to all specialists, coaches, athletes and judo amateurs.

 Te-waza (16 techniques)

1 Seoi-nage 

2 Ippon-seoi-nage

3 Seoi-otoshi 

4 Tai-otoshi 

5 Kata-guruma

6 Sukui-nage

7 Obi-otoshi

8 Uki-otoshi

9 Sumi-otoshi

10 Yama-arashi

11 Obi-tori-gaeshi

12 Morote-gari

13 Kuchiki-taoshi

14 Kibisu-gaeshi

15 Uchi-mata-sukashi

16 Ko-uchi-gaeshi

 

Duration   47.10 min

Release year  2021

Frame width 720

Frame height 576

Screen size 16:9

 

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Since 2001 Kallista Film has been producing instructional video films and posters for Sambo and Judo. All products are always in stock. By order of the Judo Federation of Russia, we developed posters for the belt system adopted in Russia, as well as filmed “Stars of Japanese Judo” seminars in Moscow 2008, a seminar with famous Japanese wrestler Katsuhiko Kashivazaki in St. Petersburg in 2009. By order of the Moscow Sambo Federation, the 59th Russian Sambo Championship in Dmitrov was filmed in 2009.

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  • Phone +7 910 124 59 49
  • Address Moscow, Zelenograd
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