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These guys are dropping like they're shot

A few months ago I posted this great interview that I did with Dave Camarillo, author of Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu: Revolutionizing Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Judo and BJJ black belt. Here is a video I came across of his brother Dan, also a Judo and BJJ black belt. Check out the wonderful skill, particularly his fabulous kosotogari or deashibarai (whatever you want to call it). He demonstrates it from a leg twitch a time or two in the beginning of the film and later demonstrates it straight off the first touch. Opponents are hitting the ground as if they were shot!

1 comment:

  1. Kosoto or deashi? Yeah, they definitely blend in together. I've picked up on this myself. My sasae can become kosoto easily if I need it to be. Sometimes the extra leverage helps. And the timing is the same.

    So I'm picking up on why the gokyo is constructed the way it is -- the order makes some techniques easier to learn.

    Dan is great player. this is one of my favorite clips.


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