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
Why did uke even grasp the katz of tori, why didn’t uke just kick tori kta the groin? What CK sensei writes cannot be contradicted. It is that discussion that I am looking for. I was raised with atemi waza and or goshinjutsu. See ju no kata as a classic example of this concept, also kime no kata! One probably has to start with that though. No one could write that I am not a most ardent supporter of a kaa judo curriculum that includes the practice of kata.
I understand the kime no kata and love it. Any words of wisdom and support would be much appreciated. 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. This is in part the teacher’s failing. To CK sensei’s points. All it does is give you false confidence.
It is driving me to tears. Lets fish together and see what I can learn from you guys.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. I have written chapter and verse as to the solid foundational benefits in learning and practicing the kata starting with the randori no kata.
I saw a lot of instances where a regular seoi nage or jltsu any other judo technique would flow much jiteu and would likely work more often than the wrist locks shown. I do hope that my rant doesn’t offend those who enjoy this kata THAT is not in the least my intention. In contrast to Kime-no-Kata the attacks in Kodokan-Goshinjutsu are not from a static, but from a moving situation.
I do believe in a few weeks academic SD and for that we don’t need a dojo just a class room with chairs. I’m not sure you understood the reference, my friend.
It was tongue in cheek. I learned long ago the last thing Kime no kata is about is self defence. The Kata extends the standard Judo curriculum by including wristlocks while ggoshin neck and leglocks. Uke attackes with a knife in his Right hand yet tori moves against ukes left gshin It’s like it’s their job to be disapproving and stoic so students always keep trying harder.
It is often translated as no-mindednessand Zanshin The mind that maintains awareness in case of further attackswould come as the Judoka became more efficient in the execution of the various waza and began goehin use them against random attacks instead of the attacks coming in a specified order as they do in the Kata. Even partly the ju no kata. Also, the term “modern” is gooshin in the West we have added to clarify a couple of things.
Goshin Jutsu Kata Clinic — Western Idaho Judo Institute
CK sensei also wrote, Quote Hapkido and Aikido are both descended from Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu. It teaches nothing the kime no kata doesn’t teach.
It is generally not taught to control the arm of uke that is not holding the knife. Kime-no-kata is not post-feudal era. I don’t really like it. It should be taught just as randori-no-kata is taught. In modern situations people sit on chairs, not on the ground.
There is no defence against handguns in KNK. Believe me no one can say they have learned kime no kata until they have reached the point where their sensei tells them to use live blades. 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 judoka.
I accept the fault is with me and maybe not with the ‘kata’.