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Techniques of Judo

Nage Waza (Throwing Techniques)

Shime-Waza (Choking Techniques) 

The execution of choke is in practice a subtle art because of the potential danger for the opponent. There are three fundamental manners for chokes: compression of the neck-veins which restricts the flow of blood and oxygen to the brain, compression of the trachea,and compression of the chest and the lungs which prevents breathing.

Additional resources:

Pictures of Choking Techniques
Principles of Judo Choking Techniques by Neil Ohlenkamp
The Challenges of Shimewaza by Elie Morrell
How Safe is Choking in Judo? by E.K. Koiwai, M.D.
The Safety of Judo Chokes by Leonard I. Lapinsohm, M.D.
Emergency Care for Chokeholds by John Boulay
Deaths Allegedly Caused by the Use of Choke Holds by E.K. Koiwai, M.D.
The Challenges of Shimewaza by Elie A. Morrell

Kansetsu-Waza (Joint Locking Techniques )

Kansetsu-waza (Joint locks) techniques includes joint lock techniques against many joints of the body, contemporary judo only involves kansetsu-waza against the elbow. And one can using legs, arms, and knees, to grasp the opponent's joint, and bend it in the reverse direction to lock the joint, thereby rendering him virtually helpless.

Here is the list of all Armbars and Arm Locks Technoques:

Other Joint Locks

Pinning Techniques (Osaekomi waza)

 

 

 



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