Monday, March 16, 2015

Clear case of head-dive uchimata for hansoku-make

One of the first hansoku-make penalties you learn about when you start learning judo is head-dive uchimata. It's given a hansoku-make because it's a dangerous technique -- for you. When you head-dive, you are endangering your neck.

It's actually a rare occurrence and you seldom see it in competition. But it does happen occasionally as you can see in this clip below. A clear case for hansoku-make.

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