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What submissions are not allowed in competitive Judo?

According to the Sport and Organization Rules of the IJF (2019), the following applications of katame-waza are illegal: Kansetsu-waza Joint-locks applied anywhere other than the elbow (i.e. neck, ...
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Are there any positions where you can finish multiple submissions at once?

There are a few positions where you can finish multiple submissions simultaneously or nearly so. Triangle If you look at the triangle as a position, then a lot of other submissions present ...
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Body constriction techniques

Yes, there are other constriction techniques. These are a few examples, not meant to be exhaustive. As a philosophical matter, I think you should always be looking to further break uke's structure and ...
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Are there any positions where you can finish multiple submissions at once?

Yes. From triangle (sankaku) positions, there is the standard choke with the legs as well as the option to apply armbars. For example, from this side triangle position, if the choke fails, you can ...
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What is the name of this ne waza?

In the YouTube comments, someone points out Commenter "Gerijima" below says in japanese that the technique is called "itotoushi" (phonetically: ee-TOW TOW-oo-she) which in ...
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What is the name of this ne waza?

In judo, this is called "Ude hishigi te gatame", or "Te gatame" for short, see this video from Kodokan. Te gatame is an armlock, where you apply the technique solely with your ...
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Submissions in Pehlwani?

Yes, both strangles and joint-locks are traditional techniques in various schools of Indian wrestling. However, in some schools there are restrictions on their use and they may only be employed as ...
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How to correctly apply a calf slicer

While the nutcracker analogy is useful, there is a subtle difference: with a nutcracker, the stress is applied to the nut with a compression lock, the 'nut' (limb you are using as a fulcrum) is ...
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