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It is important to get a grip, but is even more important to do something with the grip once you have.
“Sen no Sen” means when the attacker is about to attack, you should sense this and attack by taking away their line of attack.
If you have been studying your opponent you should know what grips he or she takes when executing their favorite movies.
One handed judo could give you that opportunity to sense that your opponent is stronger than you and which would give you the needed time to get used to this style.
Low risk attacks are practice techniques that are less likely to be countered or cause one to be penalize for a false attack.
What is the most penalized technique for a false attacks?
If your attack has failed, do not stop there. You should continue to pull, even with one hand and somehow tilt the opponent’s posture.
To minimize your chance for receiving a false attack penalty, if your attempt has failed and you are near a neck, arm or upper body, pull it down for newaza or at least look as if you are trying to do so.
Smart players know how to change the pace of their match.
To attain a proper frame of mind: one should go over your competitor profiles and see if you have made the necessary adjustments during practice sessions to meet the demands of your opponent.
A proper fitting double weave judogi will minimize the gripping control your opponent may have on you.
One of the best times to take a grip off is just as the opponent is about to get one.