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Welcome to the ippon books masterclass series. What ever your particular strengths or weaknesses, this collection is bound to have a title that can help improve your judo. Learn Osoto-gari from the phenomenal Yusuhiro Yamashita, Osaekomi-waza from the notorious Kashiwazaki and even Armlocks from Neil Adams!

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Grips

Author: Neil Adams
Pages: 110 with 300 photos

This is the first book ever to be written on the crucial area of Judo gripping techniques.

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Adams was widely recognized for his masterly understanding of grips even though his favoured grip was eminently classical.

In this pioneering volume, he looks at unorthodox gripping, attack and defence, gripping strategies, and gripping skills

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Armlocks

Author: Neil Adams
Pages: 96 with 300 photos

This definitive volume on armlocks was written by the British champion who won his world title with an armlock. In his remarkable exposition, Adams covers the history of armlocks, basic forms, special combinations, competition variations and his special affinity for the armlock.

£12.00
IBARM

Contents:

Armlocks: A Personal View
A History of Armlocks
Juji-gatame
Finishing Juji-gatame
Ude-gatame
Ude-garami
Waki-gatame
Standing Armlocks
Hara-gatame
Special Combinations
Self-defence
Competition Armlocks
Afterword

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Ashiwaza

Author: Nobuyuki Sato
Pages: 111 with 450 photos

This comprehensive volume on foot techniques is by double World Champion, Nobuyuki Sato, who was known and feared for his effective ashiwaza.

£12.00
IBASH

Sato looks at four techniques: de-ashi-barai, okuri-ashi-barai, sasae-tsuri-komi-ashi and harai-tsuri-komi-ashi. In its detail and construction, it is perhaps the most outstanding exposition on a judo technique ever written.

Contents:

Ashiwaza: A Personal View
A History of Ashiwaza
The Basics
De-ashi-barai
Sasae-tsuri-komi-ashi
Harai-tsuri-komi-ashi
Okuri-ashi-barai
Training for Ashiwaza
Self-defence
Competition Ashiwaza

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Ashiwaza II

Author: Mike Swain
Pages: 110 with 400 photos

This volume covers the following techniques - Ouchi-gari, Ko-uchi-gari, Ko-soto-gari, and Hiza-garuma These waza are at the heart of good judo.

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American World Champion, Michael Swain, demonstrates the proper study of these techniques in this sequel to Nobuyuki Saito's Ashiwaza.

This volume will open the door to a much deeper, richer understanding of Ashiwaza - which will inevitably lead to greater effectiveness on the judo mat.

Contents

Ashiwaza: A Personal View
History of Ashiwaza
A Technical Introduction
Ouchi-gari
Kouchi-gari
Kosoto-gari
Hiza-guruma
Competition Ashiwaza

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Harai-goshi

Author: Jean-Luc Rougé
Pages: 96 with 400 photos

Jean-Luc Rougé won his world title in 1975 with Harai-goshi, a throw he used to good effect throughout his contest career.

£12.00
IBHAR

While competing he was known for his superb technical ability, and this is reflected in his volume on Harai-goshi.

He surveys the history, techniques, combinations and counters in great detail. Rougé approaches his favourite throw from a reliable technical base while remaining open to new ideas.

Contents:

Harai-goshi: a personal view
A history of Harai-goshi
Techniques
Combinations
Counters
Training for Harai-goshi
Self-defence
Competition Harai-goshi