poniedziałek, 30 maja 2011

Strengthen your arms!

ok today will show you a series of pretty cool exercises that I found on the internet.
they are quite deadly but give amazing results!

sobota, 28 maja 2011


I will show you now a few 'tricks' to boost their own hands and not be deprived of consciousness or broken at the fall. Ukemi-because it is these 'tricks' are called they are really useful, not only in martial arts but also in everyday life(le parkour guys know what I'm mean ;), they are simply falling down techniques in which your body be laid so that the impact force is evenly spread throughout the body and not accumulated in one place:

1.Kaiten Ukemi:
Fall forward with the coup by the shoulder. Starting position: one foot in a stride forward. Lay the body in an arc that begins with a small finger of the hand extending over the shoulder, shoulder to hips against ległego. Beginners do this intertwining finger pad of both hands in such a way that the arms form a circle.

2.Mae Ukemi
Fall forward without upheaval.
From a standing position so as to fall forward on the arms and legs apart, toes on the mat sticks.
During the fall of the toes and shoulders hit the mat simultaneously.

3.Yoko Ukemi
From a standing position we swing the right leg to the left (or right-side depends on the fall) - front while sat on the left leg. We cradle on the right side of the upright right hand hit the ground near the body. The second hand is free to the waist.
I know. it looks silly from a standing position, but flying from a height, not once protected mine  kidney and my collarbones
It is important to strike the hand as much as possible into the ground.
BOTTOM hand strikes, not the top! 
4.Koho Ukemi
Pad in the back of the back, possibly two versions - the upheaval in the back and without upheaval. Starting position: Squat with arms crossed on his chest.
From the position we cradle on her back with outstretched arms while hitting close to the body of the mat and snap the legs forward.
During the exercise pad remember to attract the chin to the chest to his head did not hit the ground. The straightness of the legs in front is aimed at creating anti-gravity for the body which generates additional lifting of the head.


Excuse me, but recently I had some strange problems with logging in to blogger, so I was not able to add new posts, I hope that now everything will return to normal ; )

niedziela, 22 maja 2011


In May, the first time at the Polish seaside his uncommon ability to presented the best MMA fighters in the country and the world. The seven fights, including two fights tonight with Mamed Khalidov and Mariusz Pudzianowski, and it is all in the new hall of the largest Polish Ergo Arena during KSW16!

 KSW 16 - Results:
EXTRAFIGHT: Marcin "Różal" Różalski vs Vitali Shlemetov
1r, TKO
EXTRAFIGHT: Vegh Attila vs. Grigor Aschugbabjan
EXTRAFIGHT: Artur Sowinski vs Cengiz Dana
EXTRAFIGHT: Michael Materla vs James "The Messenger" Zikic
EXTRAFIGHT: Jan Blachowicz vs Toni Valtonen
2r, subjecting
Main event: Mariusz Pudzianowski vs James Thompson
2r, subjecting

Main event: Mamed Khalidov vs Matt Lindland

In the main battle could see the rising star of the Polish scene of MMA-Mariusz Pudzianowski. This is a promising player with the title of world's strongest man. In my opinion, to fight, despite his defeat 21.05.2011 was by far the best in the history of his fights, not only technically but also spectacular.

I presented the record (because it was really good), but the Polish TV 'Polsat' leads a stupid policy of 'all mine' and reports claim the copyright to all the videos of fights they are published on the Internet.

but I managed to dig up the final evening of the second fight Mammedem in the lead role. In my opinion, this warrior is the best player the NSS, both in terms of experience and technique, one can not deny him-finesse;)

and here is proof:
(unfortunately, this fight is from a previous gala)

official KSW website:

piątek, 20 maja 2011


so, now when you know how to do uki-goshi i'll show you similar technique ,but much more effective

A) Pulling up hard right hand and break the back right foot.
B) in this way push the opponent to take a step to the left in front in order to maintain balance.
C) Vigorously pull your left hand and simultaneously shove right.
D) At the same time we turn on the fingers of his left leg and right thigh are based on the front of the opponent's right thigh. Just you have to do a 'swing' leg, you know, first to front 'setting to enter in'  [your hips have to encounter!], and then vigorously make a swing with  right foot back
E) Liquid movement sweeps his leg while twisting his whole body to the left, resulting in a fall from a height of an opponent to the ground.


środa, 18 maja 2011


These are simple hip-techniques in which can easily throw your opponent, especially good for women ; )
(but you should remember they are easy to counter)

The main difference is that o-goshi is much more 'deeper'

A) We take a little closer to the opponent than is required by a natural position.
B) Slide the right foot between his feet, and we take a step back left foot after a big curve.(this way we enter into close contact with your opponent's torso with the torso-should now be sideways to the opponent)
C) shove your opponent's hips  buttocks in the back and we raise it up and forward (on a turnover right shoulder must be lower than the opponent's shoulders. It reminds me of the position in tango.)
O-goshi) Strikes up his hips by straightening your knees forceful
Uki-goshi) Pulling up sharply left and roll it through the hip.
E) The opponent falls to earth.



wtorek, 17 maja 2011


You ever been in a situation where someone grabbed you and did not know what to do?
Or just want to throw opponents like James Bond?
Nothing more difficult! (but be careful because this throw is really deadly in its own way;)

A) outside the grip of the opponent's left forearm.
B) Light pulling it together and forced, to wanting to maintain a balance took a step forward.
c) Liquid rotation to the left taking the inside of his hand. {VERY IMPORTANT ISSUE! to effectively throw the opponent you have to block his arm under his arm with your elbow bent-so that his hand was locked between your forearm and arm
  -allows you to freely manipulate the body of an opponent and effectively throw the case of releasing him from toyur left hand grip}
d) Taking the opponent on his back with slightly bent knees (hips hit on his hips.)
E) Fast bowing while straightening the knees and ending sequences of the throw of the right shoulder.
When you throw, it's good to turn to the right site-gives a lot of strength of this technique

 video: http://www.youtube.com/v/4m8Qf3X-eW4&hl=en

poniedziałek, 16 maja 2011


Firstly i wanna show you simply technique ,it's really useful not only in dojo but also on street ,so:

A) grab opponent in natural position.(one hand grab arm ,second on collar/shirt next to shoulder)
B) Trading on the fingers of the left foot from slipping right leg and hip at the enemy, while pulling on his right sleeve or wrist (in the same direction you push the left shoulder) and right leg blocking the lower leg.
C) The left hand pulls the opponent's sleeve/wrist diagonally down and locking leg while we raise it upwards.
D) opponent lying on the ground, and this position offers many possibilities of locks and grabs.
***It's good to provoke opponent  to be moved forward and right.

and the film to visualize it: http://www.youtube.com/v/4IpweRu1KB0&hl=en

niedziela, 15 maja 2011

Judo the gentle way, chapter no.2

Let me tell you something about general rules and kind of techniques:

Fights are held in weight categories, different for men and women. The fight lasts 5 minutes (for juniors - 4 minutes) and takes place on a mat with dimensions of 8 by 8 to 10 to 10 meters. The winner is the player who throws the opponent onto his back, keep him lying on the mat for 25 seconds, or establish or choke lever in a manner that will lead the enemy to surrender (in each case to give ippon and ending the fight before the end of regulation time).

It is possible to obtain a. "small points" that do not lead to the end of the fight ahead of time, but after this point to the winner. They are:

  • yuko - 5 points,
  • waza-ari - 7 points (gain of two points waza-ari is tantamount to obtaining ippon)
  • ippon - 10 points (ends the fight.)
While fighting is prohibited:
  •  hitting and kicking
  •  touching the opponent's face
  • attack other than the elbow joint
  • maintain strong defensive position
  •  technique called Kawazu gake (kite bass) and lavish kane
  • wearing any metal items (eg jewelry) - the penalty for it is a disqualification
  •  "false" attacks, such as going down on one knee without performing a line like "seoi nage"
  •  download an opponent to the ground force (hanging, etc.)
  •  maintaining a different grip for the outfit than the primary by more than 3 to 5 seconds with no attack
  • holding the sleeve with your fingers inside the opponent's sleeve, so. "pistol grip"

Weight divisions:

Under 60 kg 60–66 kg 66–73 kg 73–81 kg 81–90 kg 90–100 kg Over 100 kg
Under 48 kg 48–52 kg 52–57 kg 57–63 kg 63–70 kg 70–78 kg Over 78 kg 


o ranks and grades:

 In judo are the degrees of student - and master kyu - dan.

6 kyu - white belt (rokyu)
5 kyu - yellow belt (gokyu)
4 kyu - orange belt (yonkyu)
3 kyu - green belt (sankyu)
2 kyu - blue belt (nikyu)
1 kyu - brown belt (ikkyu)
1 dan, shodan - black belt
2-dan, Nidan - Black belt
3 dan, sandan - black belt
4 dan, yodan - black belt
5 dan Godan - Black belt
6 dan rokudan - white-red
7 dan, Shichidan - white-red
8 dan, hachidan - white-red
9 dan, kyudan - red
10 dan judan - red

O Soto-gari
Finally, techniques Judo techniques can be divided into three main groups: throws (nage-waza), tricks (katame-waza) and impact (atemi-waza). The fact that the sport of judo are taught only the first two groups.

1. NAGE-WAZA - the technique of casting, is used when the opponent loses balance, or is precipitated from it. The projection is performed mostly by the pledge of the road (on which the opponent seeks to achieve balance), leg, hips, feet, etc., so that a further deflection of the hands to lead him to fall on his back. In this group there are also counter-attacks and combinations of two or more single rolls - so-called. combinations. Transition to the second large group of elements of technology - to bring the fight on the ground (hikomi-no-kata) - is a specific, separate section technique.
2. KATAME-WAZA - literally: a technique
incapacitate - divided into three subgroups: holding (Osae-Komi Waza), levers (Kansetsu Waza) and choking (Shime Waza). Hold - rely on keeping the opponent on his back on the mat, so that you can completely control his movements. For the maintenance of the enemy in this way for 25 seconds receives a point (ippon) and wins the fight. Levers - in combat sports, the use of leverage (ie wyłamywania in and out), only the elbow joint. Leading to the situation, which in self-defense would allow disposal opponent, gives victory in the fight sport. Stewing - ie, the pressure flange edge of the forearm or judogi the larynx or the carotid artery.
3. ATEMI-WAZA - techniques of punching and kicking. Rarely taught as a European judo union does not consider this group. Taught only in traditional judo, judo sport focuses only on NAGE-WAZA and KATAME-WAZA.
In each of these groups, like the shootout, there is also the defense and counter-attacks and combinations of different elements. All these elements have been structured for training purposes on two general assumptions: - their practical significance, ie the effectiveness and frequency of competitions, - the possibility of the proper, technical mastery by practicing.
Throws are divided due to the fact that part of the body is responsible for the projection:

* Plans Manual - Te Waza example Morot Seoinage
* Projection hip - Koshi Waza example: Hirai-goshi
* Techniques of Foot - Ashi Waza example: O-Soto-Gari
* Projection devote ourselves to where we're going down with a consequent uke - Yoku Sutemi Waza example: Yoko-otoshi
* Projection devote ourselves where we're going down the back - has Sutemi Waza example: Tomoe-Nage
In judo levers assumes only the elbow joint.
Choking in judo are very effective and can lead to loss of consciousness during the fight. Techniques of this kind of interrupt the flow of air into the lungs or blood supply to the brain through the carotid artery pressure. Strangulation can be done with your hands or collar opponent. Allowed to simmer down but also with some limitations because the legs are many times stronger than the hands.
Stewing and levers can be set up in the same standing as in the ground floor, although much safer to use them on the ground.
Techniques belonging to the canon of teaching judo judo but forbidden in sports is: kite-bass, daki-age, Kawazu-gake to-Jima and ashi-pots.