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Judo 1 Final skill test topics

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Judo 1 Final skill test topics 1.   Choking:   Okuri-Eri-Jime   :   basic   one.                  Koshi-Jime : Hip strangle. 2 versions: The first is basically as same as  Okuri-Eri-Jime except for sitting next to your partner. The second is to grab the  leg   with   one   hand.   2. O-Goshi : Hip throw. Back grip is different from seoi nage grip. 3.   Okuri-ashi-barai   (foot   sweep)   :   timing   is   key. 4.   Pinning   technique   (Osaekomi)  1) Kesa Gatami (Scarf Hold) : With your one hand, hold your opponent's sleeve  and   with   your   the   other   hand,   hold   neck   lapel.    2) Yoko Shiho Gatame (Side Four-Corner Hold) : With your one hand, hold your  opponent neck lapel ,and let your the other hand go through between your  opponent's   legs   and   hold   back   belt   or   pant.  3) kami Shiho Gatame (Top Four-Corner Hold): With your both hands, hold your 
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Unformatted text preview: opponent's belt, and hold your opponent's face with your stomach. 5. Seoi-Nage (shoulder throw) : This is the first technique we learned in the class. 6. Osotogari: Pull your opponent toward you. Your chest should contact your opponent's chest. Sweep your opponent leg and throw him or her backward. 7. Tsurikomi Goshi : High Grip Hip Throw (Similar to Ogoshi except for gripping) 8. Tomoe Nage : One two three steps and lie down and throw backward 9. Kata Guruma : Similar to Te Guruma but a little different 10. Juji Gatame (Armbar) : Basic one, Advanced one 11. Sankaku Jime 12. Drop Seoi Nage 13. Ippon Seoi Nage (One hand seoi nage)...
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