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    Sacripanti's Biomechanical Research


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    Post by lorenb667 Wed Oct 16, 2019 7:46 am

    Has anyone read/looked at Attilio Sacripanti's research on biomechanics of judo techniques? Specifically the Couple of Forces and Lever research?

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    Post by finarashi Thu Nov 14, 2019 12:43 am

    There was a good discussion a couple of years ago.
    What I understood
    - He's got the principles correct and covered
    - How much force can you extend at each "pose" is a hard question. This relates to e.g. basic research on how to do shotput optimally i.e. what path of your body&libsis going to bring maximum end force
    - How is the uke's trajectory going to affect the technique (direction, rotation)

    This can be exemplified by saying that doing throws like Koga is not optimal, because you are not Koga and your muscles are not like Koga and the relationships of your limbs are not going to be the same

    That said its was considered to be as good as we are able to do right now.

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