Kodokan Goshin-jutsu. Toshu-no-bu (Unarmed section): 1. When held. Ryote- dori Hidari-eri-dori Migi-eri-dori Kata-ude-dori Ushiro-eri-dori Ushiro-jime Kakae- . Kodokan KATA Textbook. Nage-no-Kata · Katame-no-Kata · Kime-no-Kata · Ju- no-Kata · Kodokan Goshin-jutsu. Itsutsu-no-Kata (To be prepared). Kata Summer Course [DAY 4] Kime-no-Kata and Kodokan Goshin-jutsu. 25 Jul On the fourth day of Summer Course 1, July 18, the.
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This is a fact of life and although as competitors we can moan about the lack of consistency, the reality is that kata was not devised to be competitive and the difficulties experienced in judging are in no small way due to it having that role imposed upon it.
I am not going to be touching an uke who jolds a knife in his Right hand with any action that still leaves Uke the chance to run me though.
Kata or non kata It has been so long since we have met up here. I also detest kibisu gaeshi but same applies I can see it has its place and can defend it academically.
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Another example is Ryo-te-dori. How did I learn it.
The Kodokan illustrated judo book informs us that this is a modern day kata that utilises modern day attacks and defences. If you’ve never heard of it, here’s a bit of a blurb http: It’s usually a 3rd dan or 4th dan kata.
The 21 techniques are named after and grouped by ukes attack. There will be some value in the practice of the kodokan goshinjutsu to those who have ‘perhaps’ not learned and understood the kime no kata and ju no kata or furthermore never practiced atemi waza nor goshinjutsu.
Techniques with illustrative drawings. What would you say to someone who said that they see absolutely no reason to learn Itsutsu-no-kata, that there is no useful movement or technique within this kata, it is only a dance that has no use in judo?
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Those are to be discussed goshkn someone teach Goshin Jutsu. Want to add to the discussion? I could add more examples, but my point should be clear. Jittsu of attacks with swords, the kata contains defences against attacks with stick and pistol. What people do not understand, is that interestingly katame-no-kata does just that in addition to other things. I have to keep reminding myself that not many of todays judoka have gishin a similar experience.
I am looking for information that can lead me to explore something new to me. You point out that every kata has a principle “has jitsh specific theme enrolled in specific principles. For exemple there is no wrist lock in KNK while you have some in goshin jutsu. In the early 60’s and 70’s, there was a bit of a trend here for judoka to study Goshin Jitsu.
In goshinjutsu, one is taught a different more complex sequence which could be: If we like maybe we could break down the kata and jitus it technique by technique, passing opinions as to the core principle behind the technique and the inter reaction between uke and tori?
You need both, period. Sorry, don’t blame me, I didn’t do it!! The last three groups are attacks with weapons buki no bu: Yep; such things can be done Do you mean to imply that the video you linked has elements of randori about it?
CK sensei wrote, Quote. Here’s a really great demo along the same lines I found a while back: There is an imminent and katq danger to teach SD to people and build in them a sense of false security.
Submit a new link. That is because you are looking at nage no kata and he is specifically talking about goshin jutsu no kata. Many of the techniques are the same or similar to Katw Goshin-jutsu. Today millions of people worldwide practice Judo, most of them as combat sport, but also for fitness, as means to self-defense and many other reasons. What am I missing here? The Kata extends the lata Judo curriculum by including wristlocks while excluding neck and leglocks.
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I would be willing to bet that many judoka have said that about kata before. Beside ijtsu strikes, the wrist locks kote-hineri and kote-gaeshi belong to those techinques. I found this intriguing. It teaches nothing the kime no kata doesn’t teach. To this end what the hell am I missing?
I am now frequently requested to teach groups Kodokan goshin jutsu.