Big Hip
Postad den 10 Feb 2009 vid 22:45

Figured out the O-Goshi throw, and I mean figured the HELL outta the throw. I'm stoked cuz I thought this throw was gonna kill me! Foot positions, arms, legs and twisting actions. there's a bunch of stuff that need to line up:

Take a Look at the throw

Peace out!

 
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Blueroot @ Feb 11th 2009 17:07
Grats on figuring it out :)
It's a fun judo move.
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