O-goshi, Uki-goshi,Tsuri-goshi, Tsurikomi-goshi, Sode tsurikomi-goshi, Koshi-gurumaLet me start by saying that I think this is one of the better videos (below)of the hip throws it discusses. Having said that there are some things that are worth commenting on.
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O-goshi: the explanation is very good and gives a clear picture of the main differences between it and Uki-goshi. I think that some comment on the different placement of the hip and setup is worthwhile.
With O-goshi your hip should move as far as it can to the right of your partner's body (assuming you are doing a right-hand throw) as you can make it go. Hence blocking your partner's free movement and causing him/her to go over your back when the throw is executed.
Uki-goshi: in contrast is a hip glance and therefore by definition your hip is more shallow that with O-goshi. That is your hip is placed in the centre of your partner's body. Your partner is thrown by the twisting action as the video says. It should be pointed out however that the twisting action is the main impetus of the throw. So much so that this throw can theoretically be done without the arm that goes around the back. The arm that goes around the back is only there to lock your partner into positions and should Not be used push At All. Instead, the locking arm should move as one with the rest of your body in the twist. The power of the throw is in the twist. To use your arm to push destroys the power of the throw.
Oh and please keep both your feet in the centre of your partner for both Uki-goshi and O-goshi. Spread legs significantly decrease the power of the throw.
For the life of me I cannot work out why the video says that you should lean back to enter Uki-goshi. You should always draw your partner to you. Never lean back or your the one who will get thrown.
Tsuri-goshi: It's good to see this throw being demonstrated. It is so often confused with O-goshi or Uki-goshi. As soon as you grab the belt and lift you change the Kasushi (braking of the balance). Throws are considered different if they break the balance in a different way and for that reason, this is different from O-goshi and Uki-goshi.