- warmup with some light-movement randori with Rob
- footsweep to control drill with the idea of how do you make a reluctant or careful opponent attack so that it is easier for you to counter
- deashi as a response to stiffarming
- hizaguruma as a follow-up to deashi
- groundwork mobility drill with emphasis on positional asphyxia in kesa, mune, ushiro kesa, and tate
Tuesday, June 03, 2008
AM judo with Rob & Rick
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