[Judo] "Shoulder throw" Tori turns into Uke with a hip movement so that
his or her right shoulder is under Uke's right armpit at the same time gripping
Uke's right arm by the sleeve with both hands. By bending his or her own
body forward and tipping Uke in the same direction, Tori throws Uke over
his or her shoulder to the mat.
(eep'pan-say-oh-na'geh) "one-arm shoulder throw" A judo technique in
which the opponent is thrown over one shoulder. A frequently used tournament
technique. See also seoi-nage.
one-arm hip throw
Grab [your opponent's] right sleeve with your left hand and strike his solar
plexus with your right fist as you move towards him. Step to the inside of
your attacker's right foot with your right foot. Your right arm goes under
his right arm. Pivot to your left on the ball of your right foot as you bring
your left foot back. Squat straight down so that your waist is below his
waist and his right thigh is resting between your buttocks. Hold your opponent
tight against your back. Lift your opponent off of the ground by straightening
your legs and bending over at the waist. Throw attacker by turning to your
left and looking to your left.
one armed shoulder throw
A variation of seoi-nage. Your
left hand holds your opponent's right inner sleeve. As you pivot, slip your
right arm through his right armpit and grab the top of his sleeve or his
right shoulder. In other respects, execution of the technique is the same.
[Judo] One Arm Shoulder Throw or Arm Around the Shoulder Throw
Gripping the opponent's sleeve, the practitioner then throws him or her over
[Common Usage] entering; an entering movement
This is the positive aspect (Omote) of any defensive technique. The aim
is to allow an opponent's force to be used against him or her, by yielding.
This maneuver produces a simultaneous counter-attack. It is also called
See: Irimi-nage, Irimi-tsuki, and
The method of using any opponent's force against him or her. Also called