Judo Basic Techniques

Release Date:- 2022-09-04

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Author:- Mario Masberg



By Marcus Temming & Dirk Mähler

In this film, Marcus Temming and Dirk Mähler show you all the range of basic Judo Techniques including Kumi Kata, Falls, Tachi Waza, Ne Waza, Ashi Waza, Shime Waza, Randori, and Combinations.

No matter your martial art, you will find in this film all you need to be able to project and control your opponent to the ground.

These basic techniques can be learned by beginners and advanced practitioners.

Judo is a system of unarmed combat, modern Japanese martial art, and Olympic sport since 1964.

Judo was created in 1882 by Kanō Jigorō as an eclectic martial art, distinguishing itself from its predecessors due to an emphasis on "randori", free sparring instead of "kata" (pre-arranged forms) alongside its removal of striking and weapon training elements.

Judo rose to prominence for its dominance over established jujutsu schools in tournaments hosted by the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department, Keishicho Bujutsu Taikai, resulting in its adoption as the department's primary martial art.

A judo practitioner is called a judoka, and the judo uniform is called judogi.

The objective of competitive judo is to throw an opponent, immobilize them with a pin, or force an opponent to submit with a joint lock or a choke.

While strikes and use of weapons are included in some pre-arranged forms (kata), they are not frequently trained and are illegal in judo competition or free practice.

Learn the basic techniques of judo in this course!