Mike Swain - Balancing for Beginners
Mike Swain • 2m 4s
Have one partner go to their knees, and have the standing partner move side to side, off balancing the partner on the ground. The next step is to simulate some trips while pulling them forward. Not only does this help with balancing, but also helps teach how to fall.
Judo | Beginner | Basics | Warm Up | Break Fall | Transition | Footwork | Partner Drill
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