Uchi Mata / Sumi Gaeshi

One of the Uchi Mata is one of the most recognisable throws in Judo. However, it can be difficult to execute in Wrestling / No Gi due to the lack of control on the far side of your opponent. Having said that the Uchi Mata can be used as a fantastic entry to the far leg trip or Semi Gaeshi. Both of these work incredibly well and if your opponent defends one attack they’re opening themselves up for the other.
Let’s look at this sequence now.

Alternating Drill #1: Uchi Mata / Inside Trip (3 min alternating)

Alternating Drill #2: Sumi Gaeshi (3 min alternating)

Flow Drill #1: Opp gets collar tie —> 2 on 1 —> Uchi Mata / Inside Trip —> Knee Slide —> Opp gets underhook —> Top Spin —> Chair Sit —> Back Control (3 min alternating)

Flow Drill #2: Opp gets collar tie —> 2 on 1 —> Uchi Mata / Inside Trip —> Opp defends —> Sumi Gaeshi —> Opp rolls away —> Take Back —> Back (3 min alternating)

Specific Training #1: 2 on 1 control (try to maintain the 2 on 1 position, opp tries to escape, 1 min ea)

Specific Training #2: From the 2 on 1 position (try to get the takedown, reset if opp escapes, 2 min ea)