Sode Tsuri Komi Goshi

Sleeve Lifting Pulling Hip

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Whilst the essence of this throw is similar to Tsuri Komi Goshi, the start differs in that the attack often starts as Uke advances with a lifted arm thereby allowing Tori to push the arm up higher as he turns in for the throw and to then use that as leverage to pull Uke over his hip.  When practising, Tori must remember to leg go of the sleeve grip otherwise Uke will not be able to breakfall.


Here you can see the key components of this throw frame by frame:



David Sensei

At the very beginning of a contest, as the contestants attempt to grip up, David Sensei often attempts this throw as his opponent tries to reach for a high grip. If his timing is right, he is able to push the arm up high and quickly turn in. In this position the opponent is floating nicely and David has time to make sure that the throw is finished properly.