White Belt University 2.1 - Breaking Grips and Setting Up for Takedowns

White Belt University 2.1 - Breaking Grips and Setting Up for Takedowns

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Saulo covers three different ways to break your opponent's grips on your gi and how to position yourself to set up take downs.

White Belt University 2.2 Foot Sweeps - Osoto Gari, Ouchi Gari, and Morote Gari

White Belt University 2.2 Foot Sweeps - Osoto Gari, Ouchi Gari, and Morote Gari

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Saulo covers three foot sweep (ashi) takedowns that he believes all white belts should know before becoming a blue belt. These three basic takedowns are among the first ones taught to most beginners in Judo.

White Belt University 2.3 Hip Throws - Ippon Seoi Nage, Koshi Guruma, and O Goshi

White Belt University 2.3 Hip Throws - Ippon Seoi Nage, Koshi Guruma, and O Goshi

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Saulo teaches three different hip throws that can be used to take your opponent down. The concept of pivoting your body and using your hip to throw your opponent does not come quickly and requires lots of practice and drilling to be able to achieve a throw against a fully resisting opponent. These three hip throws are staple takedowns in the art of Judo and Saulo frequently uses the Ippon Seoi Nage in competition.

White Belt University 2.4 Wrestling Takedowns - Bodylock, Double Leg, and Single Leg

White Belt University 2.4 Wrestling Takedowns - Bodylock, Double Leg, and Single Leg

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Xande teaches three basic wrestling takedowns that can be used to take your opponent to the ground. The first is the double underhook bodylock takedown which is often taught for self defense purposes. The double leg and single leg takedowns are very common in the sport of wrestling and used in almost every match.

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