The technique and methodology of judo performed by Yasuhiro YAMASHITA 8 DAN.
Perhaps the most famous judoka of modern judo. Crown receptions: picking up from inside (uchimata), hook from inside (ouchi-gari), snap (osoto-gari). Best (and most of all according to statistics) in the world used a suffocating capture (shimiwaza) lapel jackets. From 1977 to 1985, takes 1 place in the Championship of Japan in weight. cat. + 95 kg. 1979/1981/1983 World Champion in the weight category. + 95 kg. 1981 to become the World Champion in the absolute category. From 1977 to 1985 he took first place in the absolute category at the Japan Championship. In 1981 he became the Olympic Champion in Los Angeles. Although he was preparing for the Moscow Olympics in 1980. He took part in 599 competitions, held 528 fights, 15 of them finished in a draw, 16 lost. In Japan, did not suffer a single defeat. From 1977 to 1985 he conducted a series of 203 victorious fights. After the end of sports career he became the coach of the national team. On May 11-12, 2008 he conducted a seminar in Moscow on the basis of Sambo 70 for Russian coaches.
Chapter 1-OSOTO-GARI (Cut-Off). One of the favorite throws of Ymashita. In the film, visually, from different positions, Ymashita shows this roll. Setting of hands, feet, capture, movement for osoto-gari. A separate theme is the tutorial for osoto-gari. Everything is shown in movement and in a high tempo. As an example, good moments from the competitions are chosen. Ymashita showed the combinations for this throw:
- OSOTO-GARI-SASAETSURICOMI-ASHI (snap-front sweep)
- OSOTO-GARI-OUCHIGARI (hook-on inside)
Chapter 2-USHI-MATA (Pick-up from the inside). The Crown Reception of Ymashita. The same detailed analysis of all technical situations. In addition, he showed several important points for uchi-mata. Uchikomi and exercises to work out the throw. Combinations to this throw: OUCHI-GARI-UCHI-MATA (hook from inside-pick-up from the inside).
Chapter 3-SHIMI WAZA (technique of suffocating capture). Ymashita showed his crown in the fight lying, strangling the lapel of the jacket. In the preface before a detailed explanation, Katsuhiko Kashiwazaki said that according to statistics, Ymashita won the most in the world with this technique. The film has a detailed translation into Russian. Yamashita detailed the situation for the attack, the setting of the fingers, the breakthrough of defensive actions, indicated the place on the neck where he started the attack, how the hand moves. To study this technique, there is no more obvious and understandable explanation. Everything is consistent and available for home viewing and study in the hall.
The whole seminar consists of six films. Six Japanese names of world significance. Each of the Japanese specialists showed and explained the technique that he knows well and applied to competitions. The name of the methods may be the same, but the system of performance and teaching is completely different. All six films can be bought in the section "Products at a discount."
What can you find out by watching this movie?
- Firstly, it's Japanese judo technique. We heard a lot but almost did not see anything. Now you can see, stop at the right moment, reproduce slowly the reception, consider from different angles.
- In the third you can simply take and repeat the tasks offered to them and practice them on your training.
- In the fourth, this combination of two shots into a combination. To understand why he connected them and in what sequence, why exactly in these captures.
- Fifthly, this is a detailed explanation (with translation) of a suffocating capture. It is exactly how the Japanese perceive this technique and what is the meaning attached to their actions.
|Author:||Pavlov D. Yamasita Y.|
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