Judo Ne-Waza (Ground Techniques)

Ne-Waza (Ground Techniques)

Osaekomi-Waza (Immobilization Techniques)

  • Kuzure-Kesa-Gatame (Modified Scarf Hold Pin)
  • Kata-Gatame (Shoulder Locking Pin)
  • Kami-Shiho-Gatame (Upper Four Corner Pin/ North-South Pin)
  • Kuzure-Kami-Shiho-Gatame (Modified top four corner pin/ north south pin)
  • Yoko-Shiho-Gatame (Side four corner pin/ Side control pin)
  • Tate-Shiho-Gatame (Top four corner pin/ Mount)
  • Kesa-Gatame (Scarf Hold Pin)
  • Hon-Kesa-Gatame (Standard Scarf Hold)
  • Shime-Waza (Choking Techniques)

  • Nama-Juji-Jime (Standard cross choke)
  • Gyaku-Juji-Jime (Reverse cross choke)
  • Kata-Juji-Jime (One hand thumb in, one hand fingers in cross choke)
  • Hadaka-Jime (Naked Choke)
  • Okuri-Eri-Jime (Trailing lapel choke)
  • Kata-Ha-Jime (Single wing choke)
  • Do-Jime (Body scissor choke)
  • Sode-Guruma-Jime (Sleeve Wheel Choke)
  • Kata-Te-Jime (One Handed Choke)
  • Ryo-Te-Jime (Two Handed Choke)
  • Tsukkomi-Jime (Thrusting choke)
  • Sankaku-Jime (Triangle Choke)
  • Kansetsu-Waza (Joint Locking Techniques)

  • Ude-Garami (Shoulder lock/Kimura lock)
  • Ude-Hishigi-Juji-Gatame (Standard Cross Arm Lock/ Arm Bar)
  • Ude-Hishigi-Ude-Gatame (Upper arm lock)
  • Ude-Hishigi-Hiza-Gatame (Arm lock using knee)
  • Ude-Hishigi-Waki-Gatame (Arm lock using underarm)
  • Ude-Hishigi-Hara-Gatame (Arm lock using upper body)
  • Ashi-Garami (Knee Lock )
  • Ude-Hishigi-Ashi-Gateme (Ankle Lock)
  • Ude-Hishigi-Te-Gatame (Wrist Lock)
  • Ude-Hishigi-Sankaku-Gatame (Triangle Shoulder Lock/ Omaplata)
  • "The aim of judo is to utilize physical and mental strength most effectively. Its training is to understand the true meaning of life through the mental and physical training of attack and defense. You must develop yourself as a person and become a useful citizen to society."
    -Jigoro Kano, Founder of Judo