There are various techniques in judo, but any kind of wrestling technique goes through three steps: crashing, fighting, and hanging.
It is a state in which the opponent’s posture is skewed and unstable in a certain direction when standing in a natural position, and our side is easy to attack with skill. “Collapse” has eight directions, called “Bafang Collapse”.
[Figure 1] Similar to the orientation classification of “four positive and four corners” in Chinese martial arts theory.
That is, after making the opponent’s posture in a state of “collapse”, move your original posture position to the position that is most conducive to falling down the opponent’s skills. Therefore, from the standpoint of “doing”, the state of “collapse” can also be called “mobilizing the opponent”, and moving one’s posture position to the position that is most conducive to falling down the opponent with skills can also be called “mobilizing oneself”.