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    Katame-no-kata by Sampson Sampson

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    Post by Jonesy Tue Feb 05, 2013 2:43 am

    Sampson Sampson, now 6 dan performing the Katame-no-kata in 1981. The demonstration is to the then BJC standard. Sampson is the Technical Director of JFA (UK) - the UK member association of the WJF. 

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    Post by heikojr Tue Feb 05, 2013 3:31 am

    I really like the flow of the kensetsu-waza set, whether done correct or not. I liked the way one lock lead to the next. I was not impressed with the attempts at escapes in the first set. I could hardly tell what escapes were being attempted.

    Some strange formalities also, but i assume most are done due to space?

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    Post by Hanon Wed Feb 06, 2013 12:59 pm

    heikojr wrote:I really like the flow of the kensetsu-waza set, whether done correct or not. I liked the way one lock lead to the next. I was not impressed with the attempts at escapes in the first set. I could hardly tell what escapes were being attempted.

    Some strange formalities also, but i assume most are done due to space?

    heikojr
    Their nage no kata showed a greater randori spirit than this kata. I agree with your comments, there are certain actions I have not seen before and some serious omissions.
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    Post by heikojr Wed Feb 06, 2013 2:36 pm

    Hanon wrote:
    Their nage no kata showed a greater randori spirit than this kata. I agree with your comments, there are certain actions I have not seen before and some serious omissions.
    Mike

    I agree, their nage-no-kata did have greater spirit. This kata starts almost as if they were just going through the motions because (as i stated before) of the weak escapes. But (i feel) it end strong with the kensetsu-waza. I like the way they flow from ude-garame to ude-hishiji-juji-gatame to ude-gatame almost without a stop. I feel that this flow almost gives it a feel of randori. Right or wrong.

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