Japanese judo master demonstrates a basic throw (VIDEO)

One of the finest Japanese judokas of all time – Shinjiro Sasaki (4th Degree Black Belt in Judo) demonstrates how to do properly one of the most important and game-changing throws in judo – Sode Tsurikomi Goshi.

Sode Tsurikomi Goshi is a hip throw used in Judo. It is performed by taking a grip on both opponent’s sleeves, holding one high above the head—the right one when done right-handed—turning in to face the same direction as the opponent, and pulling them over the hips.

The 39-year-old Sasaki is the owner of the Sasaki Judo club in the USA. He’s the main instructor there and not only that, but he’s the President of the Special Judo Program in Orlando, US.

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