Senior Syllabus 2013

‘True judoka do not follow rank, rank follows true judoka’ (Anon)

  •  Grading Dates will be posted on the Events Calender
  • The techniques listed in the 2014 Senior Syllabus are the basic skills that judoka should be prepared to be examined on. Students will be expected to know all techniques for the new color of belt and all previous techniques.
  • All judoka will be expected to show randori skills (ie throwing a moving partner, linking tachiwaza and newaza and following a referee’s instructions).

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White Belt Seniors (6th Kyu) – Before taking part in normal training novice adults will be taught:

  • How to fall safely – yoko-ukemi: mae-ukemi: ushiro-ukemi: jigari-ukemi
  • How to break balance – Kuzushi (8 points of balance)
  • Two throws: Ogoshi and osotogari
  • Two hold downs: kesa gatame and mune-gatame
  • 1 arm-lock and 1 strangle

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White belts grading up to Yellow Belt (5th kyu)

  1. ippon seoi nage
  2. tai-otoshi
  3. harai-goshi
  4. ouchi-gari
  1. kuzure kesa-gatame
  2. kata-gatame
  3. yoko-shiho-gatame and kuzure yoko-shiho-gatame
  4. kami-shiho-gatame and kuzure kami-shiho-gatame
  5. juji Gatame
  6. waki Gatame
  7. udi garami
  8. hadaka jime
  9. name juji jime
  10. kata jime
  11. Linked hold downs using 2 of the above keeping in control
  12. Judo terminology of 4 Japanese words and their meaning
  13. count 1-5 in Japanese

Show 2 arm-locks and 2 strangles

Yellow belts grading up to Orange belt (4th Kyu)

  1. any or all from above
  2. uki-goshi
  3. morote-seoi-nage
  4. de-ashi-barai
  5. ko-uchi-gari
  6. okuri eri jime
  7. gyaku juji jime
  8. ude gatame
  1. makura kesa-gatame
  2. tate-shiho-gatame
  3. Linked hold downs of 4 hold downs keeping in total control
  4. Judo terminology of 6 Japanese words and their meaning
  5. 1-10 in Japanese

Show 3 arm-locks and 3 strangles of students choice

Orange Belts grading up to Green Belt (3rd Kyu)

  1. any or all from above
  2. hane-goshi
  3. seoi-otoshi
  4. okuri-ashi-barai
  5. tani-otoshi
  6. uki-otoshi
  7. gyaku(ushiro) kesa-gatame
  8. kata ha jime
  9. hiza Gatame
  10. udi hisigi te gatame
  11. Show 2 combinations and 2 counters
  12. 1-15 in Japanese
  • link hold-downs together, maintaining control of uki

Show 4 armlocks and 4 strangles of students choice

Green belt to Blue belt (2nd Kyu)

  1. any or all from above
  2. ko-soto-gari
  3. koshi-guruma
  4. hiza-guruma
  5. tsuri-komi-goshi
  6. sasae-tsuri-komi-ashi
  7. yoko wakari
  8. yama-arashi
  9. kata-guruma
  10. 1-20 in Japanese

Show 5 armlocks and 5 strangles of student’s choice and:

  • At least one combination and one counter of student’s choice
  • 2 triple combinations
  • 2 counters of 2 counters
  • 1st set of Katame-no kata
  • 2nd set of Nage-no-kata

Blue Belt to Brown Belt (1st kyu)

  1. any or all from above
  2. 3 variations of uchi-mata to be known, panel will request 1 out of 3 to be shown
  3. o-guruma and ashi-guruma
  4. tomoe-nage
  5. yoko tomoe-nage
  6. uki-waza
  7. sumi-gaeshi
  8. 3 variations of maki-komi to be known, panel will request 1 out of 3 to be shown
  9. Judo terminology of 10 Japanese words and their meaning
  • 3 combinations (renraku-waza) of students choice Plus at least 1 requested by Sensei
  • 3 counters (kaeshi-waza) of students choice Plus at least 1 requested by Sensei
  • 3 triple combinations

Katame-no-kata -Full

Nage-no-kata – First 3 sets

 

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