Shin-Ryu Aikido

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UBC Okanagan


   

5th Kyu


Undo: (exercises)

  1. Sayu undo
  2. Shomen-uchi ikkyo undo
  3. Happo undo (tenkan)
  4. Funakogi undo (rowing exercise)

Ukemi: (methods of falling)

  1. Mae ukemi (zempo ukemi)
  2. Ushiro ukemi (second method)
Methods of attack: demonstrate and identify
  1. Omote-waza: Techniques which occur in front of uke.
  2. Ura-waza: Techniques which go around or to the rear of uke.
  3. Kosa-dori: Same hand grabbing same hand, as in right to right or left to left.
  4. Katate-dori: Opposite hand grabbing opposite hand, as in right to left or left to right.
  5. Ai-hanmi: Both partners have the same foot forward
  6. Gyaku-hanmi: Partners have opposite feet forward

Fifth Kyu Kata I

  1. Right kosa-dori, ai-hanmi, oshi-taoshi, omote-waza
  2. Right kosa-dori (offer hand palm up), ai-hanmi, shiho-nage, omote-waza
  3. Right kosa-dori, ai-hanmi, irimi-nage
  4. Left kosa-dori, ai-hanmi, nikyo
  5. Left kosa-dori (offer hand palm up), ai-hanmi, kote-gaeshi, omote-waza
  6. Left kosa-dori, ai-hanmi, oshi-taoshi. End in ude-osae

Fifth Kyu Kata II

  1. Right kosa-dori, ai-hanmi, oshi-taoshi, ura-waza
  2. Left kosa-dori (offer hand palm up), ai-hanmi, shiho-nage, ura-waza
  3. Right kosa-dori, ai-hanmi, sankyo, ura-waza
  4. Left kosa-dori, ai-hanmi, sankyo, ura-waza
  5. Right kosa-dori (offer hand palm up), irimi-nage
  6. Katate-dori (nage offers uke left hand), gyaku-hanmi, sayo-nage
  7. Katate-dori (nage offers uke right hand), gyaku-hanmi, shiho-nage, ura-waza
Fifth Kyu Kata III Atemi Waza from the Junanahon
  1. Shomen-ate
  2. Ai gamae-ate
  3. Gyaku gamae-ate
  4. Gedan-ate
  5. Ushiro-ate

Key Points:

  1. Know the fundamentals of these techniques. It is impossible at this time to have mastered the techniques, but it is necessary to learn the basic forms.
  2. Understand the difference between the omote and ura version of the techniques, and develop an ability to express the differences in technical performance.
  3. Understand the importance of ma-ai, shikaku, getting off the line, blending, leading, and unbalancing.
  4. Extend energy outward in a positive way; do not be overwhelmed by your attacker by being too passive.