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Judo - Throwing Techniques ( Nage-Waza )


Judo is a very popular martial art which originated in Japan, but is now practiced all over the world. It involves various kinds of techniques. Throwing techniques, standing techniques, sacrifice techniques and grappling techniques are used extensively in this martial art. All these techniques have been discussed briefly for those interested in pursuing Judo. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Judo - Throwing Techniques ( Nage-Waza )

Judo - Throwing Techniques ( Nage-Waza )
Throwing Techniques (Nage-Waza)
Nage-waza is the Japanese name of grappling
technique. It involves throwing an opponent to
the ground by off-balancing or lifting him. It
involves a pulling and rotating motion while
maintaining balance.
Standing Techniques (Tachi-Waza)
Tachi-waza are executed from a standing position.
These can be categorised into Hand techniques
(Te-waza), Foot / Leg techniques (Ashi-waza),
and Hip techniques (Koshi-waza).
Sacrifice Techniques (Sutemi-Waza)
Sutemi-waza involves landing on the back or side
to throw the opponent. The Sutemi-waza has two
categories Ma-sutemi-waza (Back Sacrifice) and
Yoko-sutemi-waza (Side Sacrifice).
Grappling Techniques Katame-Waza
The Katame-waza technique is used when both
opponents are lying on the ground. This technique
can be divided into Kansetsu-waza (Joint
locks), Kansetsu-waza (Choking techniques), and
Osae-Komi-waza (Pinning techniques).
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