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List of Judo Techniques with Video Instructions
This section will help you to learn a wide variety of different Judo grappling and throwing techniques (known as Nage Waza and Katame Waza).
The instructional videos on these pages will reinforce the knowledge of the Judo techniques that you have learned at your dojo. We have also provided you with the Japanese and English names for each of these Judo techniques. To properly and safely utilize these techniques, you need to learn them from a Judo instructor who can give an in-depth explanation of the technique, provide instruction on your mistakes and detail how the technique should be employed.
These martial arts techniques should be only practiced under the supervision of a trained martial arts instructor. Some of these Judo techniques are very dangerous (i.e. the Rear Naked Choke) if done improperly.
|Nage Waza - Judo Throws
Te Waza - Judo Throws (Hand Techniques)
Koshi Waza - Judo Throws (Hip Techniques)
Ashi Waza - Judo Throws (Foot Techniques)
Sutemi Waza - Judo Sacrifice Techniques
|Katame Waza - Judo Grappling Techniques
Osae Waza - Judo Pinning Techniques
Shime Waza - Judo Choking Techniques
Kansetsu Waza - Judo Joint Lock Techniques
List of Judo Throwing Techniques (or Nage Waza) - Each of the sections below contain instructions for many different Judo throwing techniques.
- Judo Throws-Foot Techniques (or Ashi Waza techniques) -
- Judo Throws-Hand Techniques (or Te Waza techniques) - This section contains Judo throws such as Shoulder Wheel (Kata Guruma), Two Hand Reap (Morote Gari) and Scoop Throw (Sukui Nage).
- Judo Throws-Hip Techniques (or Koshi Waza techniques) -
- Judo Throws-Sacrifice Techniques (or Sutemi Waza techniques) -
List of Judo Grappling Techniques (or Katame Waza) - These sections contain instructions for a wide range of Judo grappling techniques.
- Judo Pinning Techniques (or Osae Waza techniques) -
- Judo Choking Techniques (or Shime Waza techniques) -
- Judo Joint Lock Techniques (or Kansetsu Waza techniques) - This section contains Judo joint locks such as Triangle Lock (Ude Hishigi Sankaku Gatame), Leg Lock (Ashi Garami) and Bent Arm Lock (Ude Garami).
- International Judo Federation, Judo Techniques, http://www.intjudo.eu/Judo_Corner/Judo_Techniques/Judo_Techniques5, Added - 6/19/13
- Kodokan Judo Institute, Classification of Waza Names, http://www.kodokan.org/e_waza/index.html#katamewaza, Added - 7/1/13
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There are often different ways to perform a similar named kata/technique as there can be differences between schools, associations and styles.
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