STEP UP YOUR STAND UP GAME (40 JUDO THROWS + VIDEOS)

The Traditional Gokyo of Kodokan Judo

Videos of 40 Throwing Techniques

The Gokyo no Waza (five sets of techniques) is the standard syllabus of Judo throwing techniques originated in 1895 at the Kodokan in Tokyo, Japan. From 1920 to 1982 the Kodokan Gokyo no Waza was made up of the 40 throws in 5 groups as shown below. In 1982 additional techniques (eight reinstated techniques and Shinmeisho No Waza) were added to recognize standard Judo throws that were not part of the Gokyo. Click on the picture of the throw to see a video demonstration of how to do each technique.

JUST CLICK ON THE MOVE BELOW FOR A LINK TO THE VIDEO!

http://judoinfo.com/new/techniques/throwing-techniques/95-traditional-40-throws-gokyo-no-waza

Dai-ikkyo (group 1)
de ashi harai hiza guruma sasae tsurikomi ashi uki goshi osoto gari ogoshi o uchi gari seoinage
De-ashi-harai Hiza-guruma Sasae-tsurikomi-ashi Uki-goshi Osoto-gari O-goshi Ouchi-gari Seoi-nage
Dai-nikyo (group 2)
kosoto gari kouchi gari koshi guruma tsurikomi goshi okuri ashi harai tai otoshi harai goshi uchi mata
Kosoto-gari Kouchi-gari Koshi-guruma Tsurikomi-goshi Okuri-ashi-harai Tai-otoshi Harai-goshi Uchi-mata
Dai-sankyo (group 3)
Kosoto-gake Tsuri-goshi Yoko-otoshi Ashi-guruma Hane-goshi Harai-tsurikomi-ashi Tomoe-nage Kata-guruma
Dai-yonkyo (group 4)
Sumi-gaeshi Tani-otoshi Hane-makikomi Sukui-nage Utsuri-goshi O-guruma Soto-makikomi Uki-otoshi
Dai-gokyo (group 5)
Osoto-guruma Uki-waza Yoko-wakare Yoko-guruma Ushiro-goshi Ura-nage Sumi-otoshi Yoko-gake
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