This is a capture the centre drill, capture the centre with the lead leg to lift then hip throw, this is the basic practice to begin learning this movement. Video made on the fly like all my stuff. The second movement he stepped off the hip pick up so that became a regular hip throw.
Easy to do one handed once you have the control, the theory is to get the drill movements then integrate them with the general practice against increasingly more resistant opponents.
I had a couple of guys today from a Judo club training, they had a preference for turning throws so I included this movement in the session. Moving forward into an attack with the hip throw was something they had not really seen before, especially the forward direction hip throw.
The movements shouldn't change too much for gi or no-gi and should be IJF friendly also
(There is already a Judo name for this technique also)
Enjoy and critique