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Takis Vakatasis

Mr. Takis Vakatasis can answer any questions about Judo having practiced for 33 years. He is a 5th degree black belt and 2 judo books in his writing project 1. JUDO-Applications of Training Theory and Techniques 2. Kumi-Kata The master of the game. he own the Portal for Judo (www.judo.com.gr & www.judoforum.gr) supported Greek and English languages.

David J. Ellis

David has been a state champion in both regular competition (shiai) and in forms (kata). David is currently an USA Judo National Referee. David Ellis has studied Judo continuously since 1975, and is currently a Yodan (fourth degree black belt). David has been a head Judo Instructor (aprox. 11 years) and an assistant Judo Instructor (over 15 years). David is currently the Head Assistant Instructor and Head Kata Instructor of Samurai Judo & Jujitsu in Melbourne, Florida

Tim J. Kader

Kodakon Judo 2nd degree black (Nidan), Sport Judo, not into competition. Life member United States Judo Assoc. Been in JUDO since 1983.

David Daley

I taught Judo for over 25 years. I can answer all questions having to do with Judo. From beginners to experienced judoka. Strong in competition Judo. Training and exercise techniques.

Peter Boyes

I have been doing Judo in the UK since 1974. I am currently based in Bristol, England but regularly attend tournaments and seminars around the country. If I can`t help you, I probably know a man who can!

Ed Carol

All questions about Judo, history, techniques, dojos, Senseis, National Organizations, uniforms, etc. Most questions about JiuJitsu, kinds, methods, history.

Neil Ohlenkamp

Mr. Ohlenkamp can answer any questions about Judo having practiced it since 1968. Author of a best-selling book on Judo and a 7th degree black belt, he compiled a comprehensive web site (JudoInfo.com) to provide the information to everyone.

Sammi Harrelson

I am a 4th degree black belt black in the arts of Judo and Jujitsu. I`ve been in this field since 1984, started at the age of 34. I have been competting since that time and instructing since 1986. I also instruct womens` self-defense classes. I have been a national and international champion several times. Armlocks are my favorite way to win in tournaments.

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2015-10-04 Making throws work at a longer distance:

As you noted, there is no way to tell from the video exactly what he is doing with his lower body, but it seems to me that he is turning with the throw so I like the idea of calling it tai otoshi. It is

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