what is awesome.DougNZ wrote:Ummm ... I'm teaching all those, though I only really 'show' the hand assisted ko uchi / o uchi. My background is Kawaishi jiu jitsu and the aim is to do what those throws were meant to do - incapacitate someone. Of course, as Kawaishi throws, some have different names.judoratt wrote: How many of these are you teaching in your dojo today?
We now disallow kani basami in sport ju-jitsu competition. That call was mainly to keep the judo entrants happy; I competed in the days it was allowed and never saw a leg injury. The trick was correct leg placement to either unbalance uke backwards or fold them to the ground; there was never leverage against the legs. In fact the danger was more from whip-lash knock-outs!
Another technique disallowed is that shown as ashi garami but not as a takedown. It is disallowed because people then attack with a heel hook and the twisting motion wrecks knees quickly. It also does ankles nicely because there is no pain warning before the ankle goes, unlike most other joint injuries. In sport ju-jitsu all leg locks must be straight / in line.
We still score lifting uke's head above tori's shoulder, though the referee then immediately calls 'break'. It is illegal to 'bounce' an opponent who has the guard, therefore the lift cannot become a drop.
We also discourage go jime, not for the damage it can cause uke but because of the long-term damage it does to tori's knees.
that should be adopted in judo and bjj.