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Fundamental Skills
  1. Kata-guruma (Shoulder drop)

 

  1. Morote-gari (Double leg grab)

 

  1. Uki-wza (Floating throw)

 

  1. Soto-ashi-dori-ouchi-gari (Outside leg grab major inner sweep)

  

  1. Uchi-kibisu-gaeshi (Inner heal trip)

  

  1. Performance version Yoko-kata-guruma-otoshi (Side shoulder wheel body drop)

  

Performance skills
  1. Randori (Free practice)
  2. Koshi-jime against dropping attack

  

  1. Kata-te-jime (strangle with one hand) note video is Ju-jitsu but there are many variations of 1 handed strangles See BJA Link on front page 

  

Players choice

Demostrate two favourite combinations

Terminology

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