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(Minimum age: 11)

 

 Kihon – Basics

1)      Previous skills

 

Nage waza – Throwing techniques

2)     Uki-otoshi – Floating drop

3)     O-soto-guruma – Major outer wheel

4)     Uki-waza – Floating technique

5)     Yoko-wakare – Side separation

6)     Yoko-guruma – Side wheel

7)     Ushiro-goshi – Rear hip

8)     Ura-nage – Rear throw

 

Ne (Katame) waza – ground (grappling) techniques

9)     Three (3) previous osae-komi-waza

Shime waza:

10)  Okuri-eri-jime – sliding collar choke

Kansetsu waza:

11)   Ude-hishigi-juji-gatame – Arm-taking cross arm lock

 

Randori – Free practice

12)  Demonstration of techniques in free practice

 

History & Terminology

13)  What does ‘sono-mama’ mean?

14)  Name three (3) koshi waza.

What is the difference between ‘nage waza and katame waza’?