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Dojo Etiquette

(Minimum age: 9)

 

 Kihon – Basics

1)      Migi jigotai– Right defensive posture

2)     Hidari jigotai – Left defensive posture

3)     Ushiro ukemi – Back break-fall

4)     Yoko ukemi – Side break-fall

5)     Mae ukemi – Front break-fall

6)     Zempo kaiten ukemi – Forward roll

7)     Migi/hidari kumite – Right/left holding position

 

Nage waza – Throwing techniques

8)     Ashi-guruma – Leg wheel

9)     Hane-goshi – Spring hip

10)  Harai-tsuri-komi-ashi – Lifting pulling foot sweep

11)   Tomoe-nage – Circle throw

12)  Kata-guruma – Shoulder wheel

13)  Sumi-gaeshi – Corner reversal

 

Ne (Katame) waza – ground (grappling) techniques

14)  Kuzure-kami-shiho-gatame – Modified upper four-corner hold

 

Randori – Free practice

15)  Demonstration of techniques in free practice

 

History & Terminology

16)  What do ‘tori and uke’ mean?

17)  What do ‘osaekomi and toketa’ mean?

18)  When does the referee say ‘sore-made’?