Osoto Gari by Andy Hung
Andy HungProfessional Fighter
Sensei Andy Hung Teaches A Comprehensive Breakdown On Judo’s Most Devastating Technique
- Attack With Osoto Gari: The Most Powerful Throw In Judo
- Learn all of Andy’s best ways to setup, execute, and finish the Osoto Gari for the match-ending ippon or submission
- This is a series packed with detail that anyone from white belt to black belt can learn from to sharpen their technique
- Black belt Sensei Andy Hung teaches a comprehensive course to the techniques, fundamentals, and concepts
- Become more dangerous from everywhere
|Intro||0 - :31|
|Uchikomi||:31 - 5:51|
|Moving Uchikomi||5:51 - 10:50|
|Nagekomi||10:50 - 18:05|
|Classic Forward||18:05 - 23:36|
|Classic Back||23:36 - 28:53|
|Classic vs Left||28:53 - 33:39|
|Ouchi to Classic||0 - 4:45|
|Kouchi to Classic||4;45 - 9:49|
|Foot Sweep to Classic||9:49 - 15:11|
|Hiza Guruma to Classic||15:11 - 20:21|
|Sasae to Classic||20:21 - 26:27|
|Break Lapel to Classic||26:27 - 32:21|
|OSOTO VARIATIONS - Ken Ken Osoto vs Right||0 - 5:24|
|Ken Ken Osoto vs Left||5:24 - 10:11|
|Double Pump Osoto||10;11 - 15:32|
|Double Lapel Pump Osoto||15:32 - 22:56|
|2 on 1 Sleeve Osoto||22:56 - 27:47|
|Cross Grip Osoto||27:47 - 34:13|
|Osoto to Juji Gatame||0 - 6:33|
|Osoto to Osaekomi (Kesa, Yoko, Tate, Kami)||6:33 - 14:49|
|Osoto to Rolling Bow and Arrow||14:49 - 24:02|
|Osoto to Kimura Tie Off||24:02 - 32:23|
|Osoto to Clock Choke||32:23 - 37:38|
|Outro||37:38 - 38:19|
Attack With Osoto Gari: The Most Powerful Throw In Judo
Sensei Andy Hung Teaches A Comprehensive On Judo’s Most Devastating Technique.
Master one of Judo’s most effective throws with Sensei Andy Hung’s guide to the Osoto Gari. Learn all of Andy’s best ways to setup, execute, and finish the Osoto Gari for the match-ending ippon or submission.
Attack the classic techniques and then add variations from different grips and situations that will let you find the throw from new and exciting positions. This 4-volume series is a blueprint to one of Judo’s most powerful throws with Sensei Andy Hung.
This is a series packed with detail that anyone from white belt to black belt can learn from to sharpen their technique. Sensei Andy Hung builds from the basic uchikomi, gripping, and movement concepts you will need to understand before he shows all of his classic Osoto Garis, including how to hit it against right and left leg leads.
With these fundamentals, you can add power and precision to this super effective Judo technique.
Throw in new combinations and use new variations for the most success possible, with these innovative pairings. Sensei Andy Hung shows all of his most effective sweeping combinations, with ouchi, kouchi, sasae, and more that all help him perfectly set up high impact ippons.
Also learn all of the tricky grips that Andy uses when he attacks his Osoto Gari, including cross grips and 2-on-1 grips to the sleeves and double lapel control. Finish strong with the submissions that chain with the Osoto Gari for a fight-ending one-two blow, like the juji gatame, rolling bow and arrow, and clock choke.
Black belt Sensei Andy Hung teaches a comprehensive course to the techniques, fundamentals, and concepts that make the Osoto Gari one of Judo’s premier throws. With step-by-step instruction, you can learn how to build an effective and precise throw that uses leverage and timing (not strength) to launch opponents. Sensei Andy Hung’s 4-volume series is a masterclass that anyone of any rank can use to sharpen their Osoto Gari and level up their Judo.
So What Exactly Will You Get?
- Moving Uchikomi
- Classic Forward
- Classic Back
- Classic Vs Left
- Ouchi to Classic
- Kouchi to Classic
- Foot Sweep to Classic
- Hiza Guruma to Classic
- Sasae to Classic
- Break Lapel to Classic
- Osoto Variations
- Ken Ken Osoto Vs Right
- Ken Ken Osoto Vs Left
- Double Pump Osoto
- Double Lapel Pump Osoto
- 2 on 1 Sleeve Osoto
- Cross Grip Osoto
- Osoto To Juji Gatame
- Osoto To Osaekomi (Kesa, Yoko, Tate, Kami)
- Osoto To Rolling Bow and Arrow
- Osoto To Kimura Tie Off
- Osoto To Clock Choke
So What Does It All Cost?