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13th Mon - 14th Mon

Fundamental Skills
  1. Tomoe-nage (Circle throw) 

 

  1. Kata-uchi-ashi-dori (Single inner leg grab)

 

  1. Soto-kibisu-gaeshi (Outer heel trip)

  

  1. Okuri-eri-jime (Sliding collar strangle)

 

  1. Basic position for Juji-Jime (one hand fingers in lapel and other hand thumb in lapel with arms crossed)

  

  1. Nami-juji-jime (thumbs in lapel with arms crossed)

 

  1. Gyaku-juji-jime (fingers in lapel with arms crossed)

 

Performance skills
  1. Attacking and defending skills in free practice - Randori
  2. Nami and Gyaku-juji-jime - example (see videos above)
  3. Okuri-eri-jime vs dropping attack (see second demo on this video)

 

  1. Kumi-Kata (engagement position / grips) skills against left handed opponents, See BJA Link on front page
Players Choice

Demonstrate four favourite techniques as a series of combinations - either ne-waza, tachi-waza or combination of both

Terminology

To know the common English translation and meaning of Japanese terminology used in this section