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The third law is a simple one with big ramifications. It states that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. In the strategy of judo, there are many times this is used. If, for example, you want to throw your opponent to the left, you might start by pushing or puling him to the right. His natural reaction should be to resist and push back. As he does this, you change your direction of force so that you are both pushing in the same direction and he has just helped you throw him.

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