Judo is derived from jujutsu. Inside trip ouchi gari set up.
In competition the reaping action of the classical variation is sometimes replaced with a hooking or lifting motion and the left hand can be used to lift or block uke s other leg while reaping the other.
Ouchi gari. In this article you will learn everything you need to know about ouchi gari. Ouchi gari doesn t include all the complications of the other judo throws which makes it an easy throw to learn for beginners. It was created by professor jigoro kano.
Judo ouchi gari 大内刈. Ashiwaza ii by world champion michael swain is an excellent examination of several leg techniques ouchi gari kouchi gari kosoto gari and hiza guruma including many effective variations and follow ups. You can do this by either pulling your opponent or by backing up just slightly so your opponent moves forward.
Part of the ippon books masterclass series it shows excellent competition versions of ouchi gari. Don t miss olympic champions harrison decosse and bischof who made ouchi gari a core technique in their judo repertoires. Ouchi gari or major inner reap throw is one of the most popular throws in judo and yet very simple to execute.
Ouchi gari large inner reaping large inner reaping see a drawing of this technique. In right ouchi gari tori uses his right leg to reap uke s left leg from the inside while pulling uke down. To set up an inside trip you need to make your opponent step forward with the foot you want to trip.
An effective ouchi gari can be a devastating weapon and also works well in tandem with the forward throwing uchi mata. Works both ways too. The inside trip works much better in a close tie up.
Ouchi gari uchi mata or uchi mata ouchi gari. The name judo was chosen because it means the gentle or yielding way. Interestingly today at judo we did an ouchi gari uchi mata combo which i agree is a lovely bread and butter combo it just works.
In competition the reaping action of the classical variation is sometimes replaced with a hooking or lifting motion and the left hand can be used to lift or block uke s other leg while reaping the other. In right ouchi gari tori reaps uke s left leg with his right leg from the inside while pulling uke down.