Combination and Counter Techniques of Judo

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by Teizo Kawamura (7th dan), 1958

check.gifclear.gifThrowing Combination Techniques (renraku waza)

Tomoenage
  • seoi nage to seoi otoshi
  • ippon seoi nage to seoi otoshi
  • ko uchi gari to seoi nage
  • ko uchi gari to o uchi gari
  • o uchi gari to tai otoshi
  • o uchi gari to ko uchi gari
  • o uchi gari to uchi mata
  • uchi mata to o uchi gari
  • uchi mata to ko uchi gari
  • tai otoshi to o uchi gari
  • ko soto gari to tai otoshi
  • hiza guruma to o soto gari
  • hiza guruma to de ashi harai
  • o soto gari to ko soto gari
  • hiza guruma to harai goshi
  • hane goshi to o soto gari
  • tsuri komi goshi to sukui nage
  • tsuri komi goshi to o uchi gari

check.gifclear.gifThrowing Counter Techniques (kaeshi waza)

  • tomoe nage to ko soto gari
  • ko uchi gari to hiza guruma
  • hane goshi to harai tsuri komi ashi
  • harai goshi to o soto guruma
  • uchi mata to uki otoshi
  • o uchi gari to uki waza
  • o uchi gari to de ashi harai
  • o soto gari to o soto gari
  • ko soto gari to uchi mata

check.gifclear.gifGroundwork Combination Techniques

  • kesa gatame to ude garami
  • kesa gatame to ude gatame
  • kesa gatame to juji jime variation
  • kesa gatame to juji gatame uchimata
  • kesa gatame to waki gatame
  • kesa gatame to kata gatame
  • kuzure kami shiho gatame to juji jime
  • kuzure kami shiho gatame to ude gatame
  • kuzure kami shiho gatame to waki gatame
  • kuzure kami shiho gatame to juji gatame
  • kusure yoko shiho gatame to juji jime
  • kuzure yoko shiho gatame to okuri eri jime
  • kuzure yoko shiho gatame to ude garami variation
  • tate shiho gatame to juji jime

check.gifclear.gifGroundwork Counter Techniques

  • yoko shiho gatame to ude gatame
  • yoko shiho gatame to juji jime
  • kami shiho gatame to kadaka jime

 

"There are many possible combinations and many variations in their application (in some cases the initial attack is merely a feint) but the principle remains the same, i.e. to utilize the opponent's reaction to one attack to unbalance him and leave him vulnerable to attack by another technique." --Teizo Kawamura, Judo Combination Techniques