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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I can write chapter and verse on the kime no kata explain WHY this kata is a vital tool that develops character and skill sets that we use every day in our lives.
The Kata extends the standard Judo curriculum by including wristlocks while excluding neck and leglocks. I am aware just how popular of late this ‘kata’ has become.
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Especially on someone bigger than you. Beside the strikes, the wrist locks kote-hineri and kote-gaeshi belong to those techinques. I seriously need some help here.
In I cannot justify the techniques in the kodokan goshinjutsu as a modern replacement or even addition to, jisu the kime gohsin kata. I do teach judo waza I dislike BUT that is not my point. The founder of KM after his military career had ended started a branch that was not too dissimilar to budo in that the KM he taught to civilians was aimed at controlling the attacker with the intent of causing the attacker the least harm.
Remember this is usually introduced at 3rd dan or for 4th dan, so they mata a great grasp of throws and pinning. I have been practicing kime no kata and ju no kata for near five decades. Also, the term “modern” is something in the West we have added to clarify a couple of things.
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Kime no kata is actually more related to judo as we are used to practice it. But there are also exceptions. Tai sabaki, katame, shisei, etc and so forth. That video makes their stand-up look like the striking skills of judo mixed with the throwing skills of wingchun.
If you want a piece of advice i would say: I don’t really like it. Yet again I wrote a long reply only to see it disappear? Want to add to the discussion? Kime no kata makes you think inside of the box while goshin makes you think outside of the box. We have seen ryote dori in at least two previous kata and understand the value of wrist escapes and atemi from such escapes also tai sabaki.
The various defences within this and the other Kata previously mentioned, while not all encompassing as a self-defence system certainly leave someone who has practiced them richer in terms of Judo knowledge, more complete as a Judoka and most important of all safer on the street. I do believe in a few weeks academic SD and for that we don’t need a dojo just a class room with chairs. By Kano’s intention, Judo is supposed to be a martial art, means to physical education and a pedagogic system.
What should I be looking for and how can I make use of this kata. A person with a knife or a gun is not a person to play with. Again, I have said that “modern” does not mean “contemporary”. This page was last edited on 15 Decemberat I am in the most unfortunate position. I am now frequently requested to teach groups Kodokan goshin jutsu.
I trained to a high level in this kata to the stage we used live blades, and that is where Kime no kata is truly learned and understood. One valid point I can see. I don’t recall any Judo kata that remotely resembles any of the moves shown in that video. Don’t set me of on the gun tactics.
WE all have our moments. I find one of the biggest problems many have are that they train in these systems with war like ferocity and sometimes in their zest damage each other, yet the techniques they could legally apply regards use of appropriate force, in their day to day troubled neighbourhoods, are much less offensive, more gentle defensive. There is kumi tsukareta ba-ai, that is very specific and very different from Hanareta ba-ai; the first indicates a series of attacks that come from a person you are already in contact with who is close by, the second are from an attacker sudenly coming from afar.
Quand on n’essaie pas, c’est impossible” Guess Who? There are those of course who do not rate the techniques in the Kata as being useful for self-defence but they are failing to see beyond the demonstration facet of the Kata in a similar way as those who regard the Nage no Kata and Katame no Kata as being irrelevant to competitive Judo. Add to that my military teachings and the goshinjutsu no kata still remains, so far, an anathema. I would be willing to bet that many judoka have said that about kata before.
I mean decades ago. Shodokan is nearer the reality. I understand it, can defend its position in judo, see its relevance to judo and enjoy its rich history and the vital underlying principles it teaches.
I never concluded from it that just because “I” did not see its use that it therefore was useless.
You see I have never been able to teach something I don’t believe in, something I cannot defend both physically, academically and psychologically. There are many things I suck at. In contrast to Kime-no-Kata the jitsh in Kodokan-Goshinjutsu are not from a static, but from a moving situation. At present I find the kime no kata teaches those core principles and does this without the agenda that the actual waza are working SD waza and of use in todays repertoire of SD.
The last three groups are attacks with weapons buki no bu: I can, however, defend them academically and physiologically as being of benefit to all judoka be they Olympians or recreational judoka I cant believe I am using those terms.