Some fighters tend in certain competition situations to a wait tactic with the intention to counter the opponent when he starts his favorite technique. The counterpart is the most effective response to an attack, because the actions of the opponent can be converted directly into our own victory. Occasionally fighters take even a seemingly careless, a particular opposing throw approach provocative pose challenge feint to the opponent when he tackles and groping as it were in the case to throw a counter technique: It is for example on the left leg standing, the right leg steps one ahead. If the opponents supposing an opportunity now trying to do O soto gari, we turn to the left, pulls back the attacked leg and throws the opponent even with O soto gari.
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Glossary of Judo terminology
Kaeshi waza - Counter techniques