Sonny Sahota‘s The Judo Connection
Description of Instructional:
Sonny Sahota’s instructional ‘The Judo Connection’ beautifully combines judo concepts with wrestling takedowns and is perfect for those looking to improve their stand up game for no-gi jiu jitsu.
The course includes everything from footsweeps, to handfighting, to single legs, to uchi mata – and so much more!
Sonny Sahota’s instructional is clear and concise – he uses detailed explanations that will help you understand the principles that will help you incorporate judo and wrestling takedowns into your no-gi jiu jitsu stand up!
Delivered exclusively on Athletes Ocean, Sonny Sahota’s ‘The Judo Connection’ provides students with the flexibility to learn at their own pace and from the comfort of their own home. Each topic and lesson includes instructional videos and a private forum to ask questions directly to Sahota.
The ‘Judo for No-Gi’ Instructional is a comprehensive online course that covers everything you need to develop your standup game for no-gi jiu jitsu.
Whether a beginner or an experienced BJJ practitioner, this instructional is an excellent resource to continue building your takedowns that will help speed up your development as an athlete.
Overview of Instructional Chapters:
- De Ashi Barai (footsweep)
- Clearing Ties for Sumi Gaeshi
- Sumi Gaeshi
- Single Leg to Ura Nage
- Tai Otoshi
- Yoko Tomoe Nage
- Uchi Mata
- and much more!
Sonny Sahota, is a Canadian grappler and Judo Black Belt. Sonny has over 30 years of martial arts experience. He has been devoted to Brazilian Jiu Jitsu for the last 17 years, both in the gi and in no-gi.
He is a full-time instructor at Kensington Judo Club in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Sonny also has collegiate and freestyle wrestling experience and has trained with high-level coaches from Canada, the US and India.
Sahota has an effective teaching style and a passion for grappling that is very clear in his Instructional on Athletes Ocean. He uses two learning methods:
- The cognitive path is an analytical and systematic approach. Principals of physics and biomechanics are used to explain how techniques work along with applications in practice.
- The perceptual path based on principles from ecological psychology; where objects in our environment is scaled by our ability to interact with them in order to increase skill acquisition.
Buy today and start learning from this grappling master!
Training/Coaching out of:
- Praxis/Kensington Judo Club
- Vancouver, BC, Canada
Approximate Length of Instructional:
- 40 minutes
Suggested Skill/Experience Level:
- Beginners + All Skill Levels
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The Judo Connection
De Ashi Barai04:48
Reactions to De Ashi Barai02:04
Clearing Ties for Sumi Gaeshi03:45
Tai Otoshi + Ashi Guruma07:09
Yoko Tomoe Nage + Conclusion04:15