Wow, two posts in a row about throws - this has to be a record!
This past weekend at the West Coast Judo Training Center we were covering set-ups and combinations. My biggest complaint about combinations is that most people do a half-ass throw followed by a real attempt at a throw. That's not a combination. That's asking to be countered.
You probably know this if you are reading this blog, but it is worth emphasizing. When you do your combination REALLY attack with that first throw.
Here is an example with Liam who is (I think) 11 years old. Maybe he's 12. Comment below if you know.
Notice something really interesting here? Not only did he do both throws with a pretty serious intent to throw, but he does the same throw twice.
Nothing says you can't do that as a combination. I thought it was rather clever.