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    Creating a new Kata Part XV: Forms of Throws without a Gi (No Gi Nage no Kata)

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    Anatol

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    Creating a new Kata Part XV: Forms of Throws without a Gi (No Gi Nage no Kata) Empty Creating a new Kata Part XV: Forms of Throws without a Gi (No Gi Nage no Kata)

    Post by Anatol on Sun Nov 22, 2020 9:55 pm

    Purpose

    - Kata (form) is a prearranged set of techniques to teach, learn and practice the techniques (waza) and principles (ri) of Judo - like proper breathing and walking, balanced moving, proper posture, proper gripping, proper space and proper timing, tsukuri - kuzushi - kake, control, proper falling, an open mind and awareness = "best use of mind and body /energy" - and to blend/harmonize (ri ai) them by practicing.

    - Students should be able to use all throwing principles (hand, hip, foot/leg, side and straight sacrifice techniques) to both sides and they should be able to do the most common and effective throws without a Gi (no Gi) because of proper self defence.



    Techniques

    (to both sides)



    Hand techniques:

    Ippon Seoi nage

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wx6ewN6-b4Y

    Tai otoshi

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzGsSZA2yXw

    Kata guruma (or Morote gari)



    Hip techniques:

    O goshi (the Sambo version)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TgeaSkwmsc&feature=youtu.be



    Harai goshi

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J23ai6yIaIE



    Koshi guruma

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psK7B6OHRfg



    Leg techniques



    De ashi barai

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3zWavZtMBU

    O soto gari



    Ko soto gake



    ( because of harai/gari/gake = sweeping/reaping/hooking)



    Side Sacrifice Techniques



    Tani otoshi



    Soto makikomi



    Yoko wakare



    Straight/Supine Sacrifice techniques



    Ura nage



    Sumi gaeshi



    Tomoe nage



    Note:

    Changed Ma (straight) and Yoko sutemi waza from traditional Nage no Kata to have an iconic Judo throw at the beginning (Ippon Seoi nage) and one at the end (Tomoe nage).



    Thanks to Shintaro Higashi for the good examples!

    Instructors can find their best No Gi examples and set ups for each throw.

    Important are the principles and that you can use them (mechanical) sound and properly (seiryoku zenyo = minimum effort - maximum efficiency)

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    NBK2

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    Post by NBK2 on Fri Jan 15, 2021 3:01 pm

    Interesting project, Anatol.
    Thanks for posting


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