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Using Your Hips To Stop Throws by Satoshi Ishii

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Using Your Hips To Stop Throws by Satoshi Ishii

Every technique, takedown or throw has a counter. It’s a question of timing and recognizing the movement and applying it.

Olympic Judo gold medalist Satoshi Ishii shows how he counters every throw with a simple hip defense technique. You often hear that BJJ or Judo is all in the hips and in this case it’s true.

This training drill can help you to develop good habits from a standing position.

Satoshi Ishii is an Olympic Gold Medalist in Judo, he won the 2008 Olympic Games. This is a clip off of his new instructional series “Japanese Judo Secrets.”

With his expertise in Judo he went on to achieve his black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Satoshi has competed at the highest levels in MMA, Judo and BJJ with great success.

Learn The Old-School Dojo Techniques of An Olympic Champion And Throw With More Confidence Than Ever.
Learn how to throw with confidence and dominate on the mat with all the modern judo secrets, with Olympic gold medalist and BJJ black belt Satoshi Ishii.

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