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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Kodokan Goshin Jutsu
I don’t much care for forward throws on the street because you risk faceplanting an untrained uke into pavement and if you fail to kaya him fully you’ve pretty much given your back up. I find one of the biggest problems many ggoshin are that they train in these systems with war like ferocity and sometimes in their zest damage each other, yet the techniques they could legally apply regards use of appropriate force, in their day to day troubled neighbourhoods, are much less offensive, more gentle defensive.
Another example is Ryo-te-dori. Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities.
It was gooshin because I had taught them all that. These defences could be interchanged as suggested by John Cornish in his booklet on the Kata and this would further increase the repertoire of possible responses. Especially on someone bigger than you. I also detest kibisu gaeshi but same applies I can see it has its place and can defend it academically.
You need both, period. Anyhow, back to katame-no-kata.
To be man-handled is something we take for granted, to be held, grabbed, pushed and pulled, attacked etc these are bread and butter concepts to the experienced goshun. Off note along the same thread: What should I be looking for and how can I make use of this katz. If he has and his concentration wavers then you should attack first. BillC sensei mentions its fun and helps students become interested in learning other kata, an introduction to kata. I am, at present, even less able to academically defend it than ever.
You are not specifying this.
Kata Summer Course [DAY 4] Kime-no-Kata and Kodokan Goshin-jutsu | Kodokan Judo Institute
The Toshu no Bu are further divided into 7 Kumitsukaretabai or attacks when held and 5 Hanaretabai which are attacks at a distance.
Thanks for all the contributions I appreciate them. In a real situation you will always use something that is more natural for you. In kime-no-kata, you are in a set position, there aren’t really any distant attacks except for one fist attack and one sword attack.
If I am uke I want to remove the head or scrotum of tori in most moves. Most of the techniques tori uses for defence are considered illegal in judo competitions shiai and randoriand are therefor not known to many judoka.
I have attended clinics where this kata was taught and tried to learn it. You see non of my sensei would have this taught nor practiced on their tatami and to learn it I had to move outside my normal circle of font of judo knowledge.
The kata includes Aikido waza such as Ikkyo similar to Ude GatameKote Gaeshi and Kote Hineri wrist twistswhich could be applied effectively after a relatively short period of time unlike most Judo Nagewaza which would take the student quite a while to become proficient enough to be able to use them confidently.
The influence of Nagaoka Sensei was however an indirect one because he died in November of that year but his earlier contribution to the development of Kime-No-Kata was important in the establishment of the more modern Goshin-Jutsu. I think that wdax raises some important points, Hanon-sensei. It would be a stretch to concluded from that that therefore all painters and people who can are not doing anything useful.
Now someone takes exercises from Judo Kata such as Kime no Kata and Kodokan Goshin Jutsu 1lets his students practice it without the formalities, even in plain clothes and outside the dojo and what does this subreddit do? Isn’t the rest kind of superfluous? I was raised in judo as a child with the randori no kata then kaeshi kata then kime no kata. 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.
All the time we complain here about the decline of the self-defense branch of Judo or how Kata are misunderstood as useless rituals.
WHY do we need to practice it? Kodokan Goshin-jutsu is meant to compliment Kime-no-kata. Not doing so might result in injury of the practictioners.
It’s usually a 3rd dan or 4th dan kata.
Any words of wisdom and support would be much appreciated. The wrist locks are entirely plausible considering how they are entered into–from grabs, and not as a counter to strikes.
Here’s a really great demo along the same lines I found a while back: Even partly the ju no kata. That said, i too, have major reservations as to its efficacy. SD must ALWAYS take into account the fact that very often, in fact generally, an attacker is not a fool and knows his ‘art’ better, or as well, than we do ours.
How many men keep their wallets in their left pocket and how many would be attackers check the pockets themselves?