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May
21
comment Correct position to leave an attacker after doing an strangulation to him
That is a question to bring up to your coach, btw. hes the one who teach you to choke poeple, hes also the one who should teach you about recovery.
May
21
answered Correct position to leave an attacker after doing an strangulation to him
May
9
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May
9
comment How do I practice judo throws on my own without a partner?
you dont have to practice strengh when your alone, practice speed, stability and position. using any wall, tree, beams etc as all the answers suggest are great way to do it.
May
9
comment Stahara word usage
my coach was hiroshi nakamura, best japanese coach in all canada ... and he always yelled at when I was training : "Use 'Hara' thierry savard! ". so I'd stick with it myself, since he learned in japan, I guess its refer this way over there too
May
1
comment Underwater Rear Naked Choke
I agree, my sister had her lifeguard license, and they teach you how to escape hold and grab by panicking "victims". I think you could try this way.
Apr
22
answered Why do we do ukemi aka break falls?
Apr
11
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Apr
11
revised What are the long term consequences of practicing judo?
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Apr
11
comment What are the long term consequences of practicing judo?
main language is french ... so its "commotions cérébrale" here. Concussion I think it the correct term in english.
Apr
10
answered What do I need to watch out for when dealing with shorter opponents?
Apr
10
answered What are the long term consequences of practicing judo?
Apr
10
comment What are the long term consequences of practicing judo?
I disagree that chokes could have a long term impact on your health. it not like you're receiving 10 or 15 well applied chokes in 1 training. It's like saying arm lock can have injury impact when you practice them. in practice, you stop as soon as you have the choke "in position" ; you dont apply any pressure on it. As for competition, in 15 years i've never been choked, and I've done two myself. It's nothing close to a situation that can lead to "long-term damage"
Feb
24
comment Why is O guruma classified as an Ashi Waza
Btw, your WRIST should do the "throwing off balance" in 95% of your throw ...
Feb
19
answered Why is osoto guruma named osoto guruma?
Feb
19
answered Learning not to turn your back on ground?
Feb
7
answered Can you be immune to chokeholds?
Jan
2
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Utsuri goshi vs ushiro goshi usage
Dec
19
answered Understanding the nature of a high ranking judoka?
Dec
19
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