Judo. K. Kashivazaki. Technology of fight by legs. ASHI-WAZA.
Judo. Actions conducted mainly by the legs.
In 2009, Kashivazaki held a seminar in Russia in the city of St. Petersburg. Here is the third part of the seminar. In the third film, the main theme is the techniques, conducted mainly by the legs. In Japanese terminology, this is the section ashi-waza. Explaining the footwork technique for different throws, Kashivazaki always reiterated that footwork increases the chance of dealing with a strong opponent. It is necessary to start teaching children from the section ashi-waza. Much attention in the film is given to the foot sweeps section, as well as the technique of ko-soto-gari. Kashivazaki gave this explanation for taking ko-soto-gari. According to statistics of competitions held in Japan, ko-soto-gari action is used most often. In the course of the seminar, Kashivazaki constantly addressed the topic of how to teach children these techniques, what exercises to give. The film will be useful for coaches working with children, for athletes studying techniques from the foot sweep section.
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