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By Pat Butler

Contents:
Introduction to complex Judo and Self-Defence.
Basic Judo.
Counter Throws.
Combination Throwing Techniques.
Advanced Self-Defence-One.
Advanced Self-Defence-Two.
Advanced Self-Defence-Three.
The Judo Instructor.
The Judo Club.
Glossary of eastern Judo Terms.
Index.

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The right open hand is placed under the left elbow with the palm facing upwards. U10: MID FORM The right hand moves in a smooth, circular, outward movement. At the midway point the right wrist rotates so that the palm is facing downwards. U11: PULLING AND BLOCKING At the same time as the right open hand completes its circular movement with an inward pulling action, the left open hand covers the solar plexus with a downward action. This is a smooth movement with tension at the end. U12: SIDE VIEW Note that the hand covers the solar plexus as a protective measure.

D3: PREPARATION FOR SANCHIN DACHI (Hour Glass Stance) Place the right foot in front of the left foot with the left foot in line with the left shoulder, facing straight ahead. Then move the right foot across to be in alignment with the right shoulder so feet are now a shoulder-width apart. D4: SANCHIN DACHI (Hour Glass Stance) With the right foot now one foot’s length in front of the left, twist the heels of the feet slightly outwards, which will turn the toes inwards. Grip the floor with the toes and bend the knees so that the weight is evenly distributed.

D3: PREPARATION FOR SANCHIN DACHI (Hour Glass Stance) Place the right foot in front of the left foot with the left foot in line with the left shoulder, facing straight ahead. Then move the right foot across to be in alignment with the right shoulder so feet are now a shoulder-width apart. D4: SANCHIN DACHI (Hour Glass Stance) With the right foot now one foot’s length in front of the left, twist the heels of the feet slightly outwards, which will turn the toes inwards. Grip the floor with the toes and bend the knees so that the weight is evenly distributed.

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