What is a seoi nage?
Ippon Seoi nage means one armed shoulder throw, so this is the full name of the throw. But due to the length of the appellation, the majority of judo practitioners just use the short version “Seoi nage”. There are other judo techniques finishing with “seoi nage” such as Morote seoi nage which means two armed shoulder throw.
What is morote seoi nage in judo?
Morote seoi nage (two-handed shoulder throw) is one of the most used throws in judo, it was ranked as the top scoring throw at the London Olympic Games. In this article you will learn: In this guide, we have broken down this throw into several steps.
How do you do an ippon seoi nage?
The key here is to never attempt an ippon seoi nage on a flat-footed opponent, this is a big no-no! Start by putting them on their toes by pulling forward. 2. Establish your grip (Also known as Kumi Kata in Judo)
How to do kickboxing correctly?
Make sure to keep a short distance between your feet. The distance between your feet shouldn’t be greater than the distance between your opponent’s feet. You should be inside your opponent’s legs not outside. Make sure to go low under your opponent’s hips. Their hips are the center of their gravity.