What is important in Uchi Mata?

What is important in Uchi Mata?

Uchi mata (内股) is one of the original 40 throws of Judo as developed by Kanō Jigorō. It belongs to the second group, Dai Nikyo, of the traditional throwing list, Gokyo (no waza), of Kodokan Judo. It is also part of the current 67 Throws of Kodokan Judo. It is classified as a foot technique, Ashi-Waza.

Is Uchi Mata a hip throw?

Uchimata, or inner thigh throw, is classified as a leg technique in the nage-no-kata of Kodokan Judo. It often uses considerable hip action as well and some references therefore consider it a hip throw (such as Judo in Action by Kazuzo Kudo, 9th dan).

Who has the best Uchi Mata?

Champion Kosei Inoue
Japanese triple World and Olympic Champion Kosei Inoue is widely regarded as one of the greatest judoka of all time, and is without doubt the leading expert on Uchi mata. Inoue’s Uchi mata in the final of the 2000 Olympic Games is perhaps the greatest throw in Olympic history.

Is Uchi Mata allowed in BJJ?

The Uchi Mata For Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu The Uchi Mata works well against bent-over postures that are very common in BJJ. In that sense, dedicating time to learn it might just be worth it. With Uchi Mata, you partially turn your back towards your opponent while pulling very hard to off balance him.

What is the meaning of Uchi Mata?

Inner-thigh reaping throw
The Uchi-mata (Inner-thigh reaping throw) consists of destabilizing the opponent diagonally toward the front, and then using the back of the thigh to throw him.

How does Uchi Mata work?

Uchi Mata is another Judo throw. It is a turn throw where you throw your opponent over your thigh. It is achieved by getting into position with your foot techniques. This throw is not a particularly easy throw to do, but it is a very popular one with competitors.

What does Uchi Mata mean in Japanese?

Uchi-mata (Inner-thigh reaping throw)

What does Uchi Mata mean in English?

What is a hip throw?

More videos on YouTube To perform a hip throw, you must be side on with your opponent, your opponent being the larger line or the bottom of the “T” shape in this position, and you being the top of the “T” shape in this position (a little like the slightly weakened position your opponent is in now compared to yourself).

Which leg is Uchi Mata?

Your right foot goes between your opponent’s feet and lands next to his left foot. With your right foot securing his left, you then you can bring your foot in toward your opponent, allowing you to turn and bring him up and over your right hip.

What does ERI mean in Judo?

Japanese Judo Terms

Ai-yotsu Same grip used by both persons, either right or left
Debana Instant of opportunity to break balance as opponent initiates a motion
Dojo School or training hall for studying the way
Eri Collar, lapel
Fudoshin Immovable spirit

Can you Judo throw in BJJ?

Judo throws are employed in BJJ, even in tournaments. But there are some throws that are banned in Judo that are legal in BJJ, and there are some that are banned in both. But because they are different, what’s a foul in one could be allowed in the other.