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Nagekomi and randori

Like most all martial arts, judo has two main forms of practice - kata (forms practice) and randori (sparring or freeplay).  Nagekomi is a form of kata practice in which certain forms of throws are repeated, or drilled.  Here is a video of some of my judo kids doing some nagekomi followed by some randori.____________ Patrick Parker is a Christian, husband, father, martial arts teacher, Program Director for a Cardiac Rehab, and a Ph.
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