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Mastering Uchi Mata by Travis Stevens


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Designed For All Levels - Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced fighter, this course will change your game.
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Travis Stevens

Professional Fighter

Build yourself a solid foundation with uchikomi that focuses on building the strength, timing, and footwork required to pull off ALL variations of Uchi Mata.

  • Keep your opponent on defense with combinations that set up Uchi Mata.
  • Traditional, one step, over hook, and one handed variations of this classic throw are broken down into easy to follow steps that put you in perfect position to put your opponent flat on their back!
  • The Ratchet Uchi Mata is a unique variation that gives you a quick counter to your opponent’s defense.
  • Learn all aspects of Uchi Mata from beginner to advanced with Travis Stevens!

Course Content

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Volume 1

Uchikomi for strength and mobility 0 - 4:47
Uchimoki basics 4:47 - 10:06
Lifting Uchikomi 10:06 - 14:02
Power Uchikomi 14:02 - 16:16
Nagikomi 16:16 - 21:08
Traditional Uchimata 21:08 - 26:33

Volume 2

Ouchi Uchimata 0 - 5:36
One Step Uchimata 5:36 - 10:21
Over Hook Uchimata 10:21 - 15:26
Ashi Uchimata 15:26 - 21:12
Kan Kan Uchimata 21:12 - 26:31

Volume 3

One Handed Uchimata 0 - 5:25
Ratchet Uchimata 5:25 - 9:55
Taio Uchimata 9:55 - 15:19
Cross Grip Uchimata 15:19 - 20:43
Ko Ouchi Uchimata 20:43 - 26:14

Build your Uchi Mata from the ground up with Travis Stevens! Learn how to drill all aspects of Uchi Mata, and unlock the full potential of one of the most effective throws in Judo!

Check Out The Trailer For This Uchi Mata Series!

What Will You Learn?

The Uchi Mata is widely regarded as one of the most effective turning throws even at the highest level of competition. Whether it’s the IJF-Circuit or the Olympics, Uchi Mata is used at all levels and weight classes. So, what makes this throw work for everyone?

The mechanics of Uchi Mata make it available for people of all ranges. It is a technique that doesn’t require superior strength, all that is required is proper timing and execution! Travis Stevens, 2016 Silver Medalist in the Olympics, knows a thing or two about timing and execution. Mastering Uchi Mata kicks off with a series of Uchikomi drills that lay a foundation to build on for the rest of the instructional.

Travis covers methods of drilling that sharpen all aspects of your Uchi Mata. By segmenting individual portions of Uchi Mata, you can focus on specific things like strength and mobility. Once you have a solid understanding of these key components Travis teaches the traditional Uchi Mata. These uchikomi drills can become a regular part of your routine to build your Judo-specific endurance!

After you have a good feel for the traditional approach to Uchi Mata, Travis goes in depth on various variations that will keep your opponent guessing. These set ups build off of the uchikomi drills, so you can easily add to your Uchi Mata arsenal! Variations like The Ratchet Uchi Mata give you an option of attack even when your opponent successfully defends.

Part 3 of Mastering Uchi Mata teaches a great way to force a reaction from your opponent with the Ko Ouchi Uchi Mata. Travis teaches you how to make your opponent react in a way that leaves you in perfect position for the One Step Uchi Mata. Become an Uchi-Mata Machine with Mastering Uchi Mata!

Lifting Uchikomi

So, What Exactly Do You Get?

Part 1

  • Uchikomi for strength and mobility 
  • Uchimoki basics 
  • Lifting Uchikomi 
  • Power Uchikomi 
  • Nagikomi 
  • Traditional Uchimata 

Part 2

  • Ouchi Uchimata 
  • One Step Uchimata 
  • Over Hook Uchimata 
  • Ashi Uchimata 
  • Kan Kan Uchimata 

Ratchet Uchi Mata

Part 3

  • One Handed Uchimata 
  • Ratchet Uchimata 
  • Taio Uchimata 
  • Cross Grip Uchimata 
  • Ko Ouchi Uchimata 

What Does It Cost?