JUDO-003. Stars of the Japanese judo The international seminar. Stars of the Japanese judo .
DVD-1. Katsuhiko Kashiwazaki 8 DAN.
Chapter 1-TOMOE-NAGE. In the film Kashiwazaki has shown six variants of tomoe-nage throw, has shown methodical exercises, as well as several preparatory exercises. A separate part is a combination of action for the throw: tomoenage-sasaetsurikomiashi, tomoenage-uchimata, tomoenage-Udehishigijujigatame.
Chapter 3-OUCHI-GARI. This is a personal version of Kashiwazaki. Unusual for a traditional judo. Performing throw he uses every part of the body including the head.
DVD-2. Tsukio KAWAHARA 8 DAN.
One of the best Japan's coaches. He specializes in throws Osoto-gari, Ouchi-gari, Tai-otoshi.
The first part of the film is devoted to the osoto-gari method. Kawahara examines in detail the following themes for this throw:
If you look closely, you can see how to use your shoulders during throw.
The second part of the film is devoted to the tai-otoshi method. Kawahara examines in detail the following themes for this throw:
The third part of the film is devoted to the ouchi-gari method. Kawahara examines in detail the following themes for this a throw:
You should watch the film several times and carefully. Subtleties of throws shown by Kawahara are interesting and useful in teaching judo.
Format: educational-methodical seminar.
In the film, you will see the detailed, even in some moments, meticulous explanation. Everything is laid out on shelves and has a certain sequence. The film shows good details of technique.
DVD-3. Ysuhiko MORIWAKI 8DAN.
Chapter 1. Kosoto-gake.
Chapter 2 Ippon-seoi-nage.
Chapter 3. Fighting for grip.
Chapter 1. Kosoto-gake.
This is an interesting embodiment of the throw. Moriwaki is excellent demonstrator. At the same time with this method Moriwaki has shown how to perform the Kouchi-gari technique. In explanation, he drew attention to the movements of the legs, body rotation, the preliminary and final grab.
Chapter 2 Ippon-seoi-nage.
Moriwaki has shown some of his embodiments of this technique. In explanation, he drew attention to the movements of the legs, body rotation, the preliminary and final capture.
Chapter 3. The fight for grab.
This is a very important theme of Judo. About this side of the fight much has been said, but a little is shown. Moriwaki explained in detail this theme.He showed:
how to fight against the main opponent‘s hand;
how to hold the opponent's attack;
in what place to block the main opponent's hand;
where and how to grab a kimono;
how to break free of the other grabs.
This film is intended primarily for coaches and athletes who have a good level of competitive training.
DVD-4. Yasuhiro YAMASHITA 8DAN.
Perhaps he is the most famous modern judo wrestler. The crown techniques: Uchi-mata, Ouchi-gari, Osoto-gari. Better than anyone (and more than anyone on statistics) in the world applied shimi-waza. From 1977 to 1985 takes the 1st place in the Championship in Japan in the weight category +95 kg. 1979/1981/1983's World Champion in the weight category +95 kg. In 1981 became the world champion in the absolute category. From 1977 to 1985 ranks first in the absolute category at the Championship of Japan. In 1981 he became the Olympic champion in Los Angeles. Although he was preparing for the Moscow Olympics in 1980. Took part in 599 competitions held 528 fights, 15 of them graduated from a draw 16 lost. In Japan did not suffer a single defeat. From 1977 to 1985 he held a series of 203 victorious fights. After completing his sports career became national coach.
Chapter 1-OSOTO-GARI. One of the favorite Yamashita’s throws. In the film Yamashita shows this throw clearly, from different positions. Separate theme - uchikomi for osoto-gari. All Showing in motion and at a high pace. As an example, selected good moments from the competition. Yamashita showed combinations for this throw: OSOTOGARI-SASAETSURICOMIASHI. OSOTOGARI-OUCHIGARI
Chapter 2 - USHI-MATA. A detailed analysis of all technical situations. Besides he showed some important points for uchi-mata. Uchikomi and exercises to practice the throw. Combinations of this throw: OUCHIGARI-UCHIMATA.
Chapter 3 - SHIMI-WAZA. In the foreword to the detailed explanation Katsuhiko Kashiwazaki said that according to statistics Yamashita is most in the world won this technique. To study this technique there is no more understandable explanation. Everything is in series and available for home viewing and studying in the gym.
DVD-5. Shozo FUJII 8DAN.
FUJII has interesting way of fighting that probably helped him become a four time world champion. In the film, he showed a technique to throws Seoi-nage and Kouchi-gar i, as well as several combinations with throws tomoe-nage and tai-otoshi. It should be noted that the performance of these throws is differs from other masters of judo. This film is designed primarily for coaches and athletes who have a good level of competitive training. Fuji’s fight needs to study carefully and long. One or two viewing only give an overall picture.
DVD-6. Kiyoto Katsuki 8DAN.
Chapter 1 SEOI-NAGE. The way Katzuki offers to do throw seoinage in Russia is considered wrong and in this version is not taught. The whole chapter is devoted to a detailed explanation and display of this option. If you look very closely, it becomes apparent that this variant of performance is very effective. Katzuki slowly shows in detail each part of throw. To study throws seoi-nage, this demonstration in Katzuki’s explanations is very affordable and clear. If, for example, to see performance seoi-nage throw from another Japanese master Hiroshi Katanishi, there a completely different way of performing and teaching. If you work a coach, you need to explore this option it is a school Japanese judo. In 1979 Kiet Katsuki became the world champion.
Chapter 2 KOSOTO-GARI. This is another side of judo. Kazuki shows in detail the situation where performance of this throw is possible and it is quite interesting.