Your right, I had a really good class last Friday and after working on my own for a few days I noticed an improvement. Your right it does come with hard work and allot of time and experience. I still have a long way to go to fully perfect my throws...I guess I was being a tad hard on my self.
Thanks for your reply.
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by f.Channell:
I've Been training for a year in judo and I'm still not happy with my throws but I know I'm doing them better than I was 6 months ago. These throws look deceptively easy at first but take some time to get going with. Then you have to use them in randori and combine them with other throws, yikes. Give it more time, you probably have more skill than you realize, maybe your looking to do them as well as your senior students. Ask them how long it took them, the answer is probably years.