I'm a Rokyu and, consequently, am not exceedingly familiar with judo training methods generally. Having said that, one of the sensei in my dojo was a member of the Mongolian olympic team; he runs our class on Thursday night. Generally speaking, his class has a faster pace than other nights but I attribute that mostly to the fact that he's substantially younger than the sensei who run classes on the other nights. He does have us do more ukemi and more varied ukemi than just a bunch of zempo kaitan. None of that seems particularly unique though. One big difference between his class and others, though, is his emphasis on combinations. We'll spend about a third of the class focusing on a throw and then a second third of the class using the first throw as a setup to another. For example, a couple of weeks ago, he showed an o uchigari/tai othoshi combo. He also shows us some ashi techniques that don't seem to be part of the normal catalog of waza.