After we have learned "straddling sankaku" we will do some drills on both yoko and reverse sankaku.
Before we work on tachi-waza technique, we will do some "newaza to tachi-waza" drills again. This is to acclimatize our players to the new IJF ruling that aims to lessen the "matte" breaks in a competition. From now on, judo will be more flowing, from standing to ground and ground to standing.
For technique, I will teach a special variation of ouchi-gari called "whirling ouchi" which is used most notably by Lien of Taiwan. Double World Champion Udo Quellmalz of Germany also does a variation of the whirling ouchi.
We will end with randori. Hopefully can get an hours' worth of randori before time is up.