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Sasae Tsurikomi Ashi by Colton Brown

Attack With One Of Judo’s Sneakiest Sweeps With Olympian Colton Brown

  • Sweep your training partners off your feet with Olympian Colton Brown’s signature trip, the sasae tsurikomi ashi.
  • With your sasae tsurikomi ashi, you can explode into some of judo’s powerful throws easier than ever.
  • Unlock the best ways to get harai goshis, osoto garis, and more, each one with Colton’s favorite grips and details to really find these throws easier than ever.
  • Get Olympic athlete level details from Colton Brown, one of America’s finest judokas, who specializes in these throwing systems.


Course Content

Volume 1

Sasae Tsurikomi Ashi (Left v Right) - Traditional 0 - 5:23
Double lapel 5:23 - 10:18
Overhand (back grip with the sleeve) 10:18 - 15:38
pocket grip 15:38 - 21:11
Under the arm (Ogoshi Grip) 21:11 - 26:42
British strangle (bow and arrow) 26:42 - 31:33
Sankaku 31:33 - 36:43
Sasae (Left v Left) - Traditional 36:43 - 41:52
High collar (50/50) 41:52 - 47:12
Under the arm (Ogoshi Grip) 47:12 - 52:29

Volume 2

0 - 5:16 Behind the back
5:16 - 10;36 Sasae to Harai
10:36 - 15:40 Ouchi to Harai
15:40 - 20:31 Harai (LvL) - Collar grip (50/50 Left v Left)
20:31 - 25:33 Kouchi to Harai combo

Volume 3

Osoto Gari (LvR) - Traditional 0 - 5:17
Top grip 5:17 - 10:22
Sticker to Osoto 10:22 - 15:27
Sasae to Osoto 15:27 - 20:27
Ouchi to Osoto 20;27 - 25:42
Osoto Gari (LvL) - Traditional 25:42 - 30:36
High grip 30:36 - 36:01
Ouchi to Osoto 36:01 - 41:47
Sasae to Osoto 41:47 - 47:19

Volume 4

Ogoshi (all Left V Right) - Traditional 0 - 5:13
Sasae Ogoshi 5:13 - 9:55
Ouchi to Ogoshi 9:55 - 15:04
Kouchi to Ogoshi 15:04 - 20:29
Newaza - Push Pull 20:29 - 25:49
Wrist control to Thread the needle 25:49 - 31:12
Juji Gatame 31:12 - 39;05
Gripping - Arm drag and shrug (LvR) 39;05 - 46:42
Gripping and Post on the chest gripping (same side) 46:42 - 52;59

Sasae Tsurikomi Ashi by Colton Brown

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Attack With One Of Judo’s Sneakiest Sweeps With Olympian Colton Brown

  • Sweep your training partners off your feet with Olympian Colton Brown’s signature trip, the sasae tsurikomi ashi.
  • With your sasae tsurikomi ashi, you can explode into some of judo’s powerful throws easier than ever.
  • Unlock the best ways to get harai goshis, osoto garis, and more, each one with Colton’s favorite grips and details to really find these throws easier than ever.
  • Get Olympic athlete level details from Colton Brown, one of America’s finest judokas, who specializes in these throwing systems.


Course Content

Volume 1

Sasae Tsurikomi Ashi (Left v Right) - Traditional 0 - 5:23
Double lapel 5:23 - 10:18
Overhand (back grip with the sleeve) 10:18 - 15:38
pocket grip 15:38 - 21:11
Under the arm (Ogoshi Grip) 21:11 - 26:42
British strangle (bow and arrow) 26:42 - 31:33
Sankaku 31:33 - 36:43
Sasae (Left v Left) - Traditional 36:43 - 41:52
High collar (50/50) 41:52 - 47:12
Under the arm (Ogoshi Grip) 47:12 - 52:29

Volume 2

0 - 5:16 Behind the back
5:16 - 10;36 Sasae to Harai
10:36 - 15:40 Ouchi to Harai
15:40 - 20:31 Harai (LvL) - Collar grip (50/50 Left v Left)
20:31 - 25:33 Kouchi to Harai combo

Volume 3

Osoto Gari (LvR) - Traditional 0 - 5:17
Top grip 5:17 - 10:22
Sticker to Osoto 10:22 - 15:27
Sasae to Osoto 15:27 - 20:27
Ouchi to Osoto 20;27 - 25:42
Osoto Gari (LvL) - Traditional 25:42 - 30:36
High grip 30:36 - 36:01
Ouchi to Osoto 36:01 - 41:47
Sasae to Osoto 41:47 - 47:19

Volume 4

Ogoshi (all Left V Right) - Traditional 0 - 5:13
Sasae Ogoshi 5:13 - 9:55
Ouchi to Ogoshi 9:55 - 15:04
Kouchi to Ogoshi 15:04 - 20:29
Newaza - Push Pull 20:29 - 25:49
Wrist control to Thread the needle 25:49 - 31:12
Juji Gatame 31:12 - 39;05
Gripping - Arm drag and shrug (LvR) 39;05 - 46:42
Gripping and Post on the chest gripping (same side) 46:42 - 52;59

Attack With One Of Judo’s Sneakiest Sweeps With Olympian Colton Brown
Master the Sasae Tsurikomi Goshi - It’s Way Easier To Hit Than To Pronounce!

What Will You Learn?

Sweep your training partners off your feet with Olympian Colton Brown’s signature trip, the sasae tsurikomi ashi. See how to take this highly effective throw and use it to bring your opponents down or set up other powerful attacks. Combine the sasae tsurikomi ashi with harai goshi and osoto gari for maximum effect. With these subtle details, your footwork and leverage can set up these trips so you can always be attacking people’s balance.

The sasae tsurikomi ashi is one of the most efficient foot sweeps in all of judo, using rotational force to surprise people and trip them down to the mat. World class judokas like Colton are making this move a staple of their style, using it as an ippon or to set up more throws. Now all of these systems can be yours, as Colton Brown shows how he uses the sasae to huge success.

With your sasae tsurikomi ashi, you can explode into some of judo’s powerful throws easier than ever. Unlock the best ways to get harai goshis, osoto garis, and more, each one with Colton’s favorite grips and details to really find these throws easier than ever. With all of these throws working together, your game can be more dynamic than ever with options to all sides.

Get Olympic athlete level details from Colton Brown, one of America’s finest judokas, who specializes in these throwing systems. When he is competing at the highest levels, these are the techniques and combinations that he trusts in, and now you can learn them all in these 4-volumes. Catch one of judo’s sneakiest footsweeps and always have an ace in the hole.

So What Techniques Are On This Series?

Part 1:

Sasae Tsurikomi Ashi (Left v Right)

Traditional 

Double lapel

Overhand (back grip with the sleeve) 

Pocket grip 

Under the arm (Ogoshi Grip)

British strangle (bow and arrow) 

Sankaku

Sasae (Left v Left)

Traditional 

High collar (50/50)

Under the arm (Ogoshi Grip)

Part 2:

Harai (LvR)

Collar grip

Behind the back 

Sasae to Harai 

Ouchi to Harai 

Harai (LvL) 

Collar grip (50/50 Left v Left) 

Kouchi to Harai combo

Part 3:

Osoto Gari (LvR)

Traditional 

Top grip

Sticker to Osoto 

Sasae to Osoto 

Ouchi to Osoto 

Osoto Gari (LvL)

Traditional 

High grip 

Ouchi to Osoto

Sasae to Osoto

Part 4:

Ogoshi (all Left V Right) 

Traditional

Sasae Ogoshi 

Ouchi to Ogoshi 

Kouchi to Ogoshi

Newaza 

Push Pull 

Wrist control to Thread the needle 

Juji Gatame 

Gripping

Arm drag and shrug (LvR) 

Gripping and Post on the chest gripping (same side)

So What Does It All Cost?

$77

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