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The Korean Grip Ouchi Gari

The Korean Grip Ouchi Gari

Ōuchi gari or large inner reap is part of the original 40 Judo throws introduced by Judo founder Jigoro Kano. This highly effective technique is classified as a foot technique, Ashi-Waza.

There are many set ups for Ouchi Gari, you have circular, frontal and with vaious grips. Here is version commonly used by Korean Judoka with an armpit grip and a higher grip with the right hand:

Judo great Kosei Inoue was also successfull with a similar Ouchi Gari but with a much stronger forward drive. Neil Adams explained Inoue’s version:

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