Shomen-uchi ikkyo undo
Happo undo (tenkan)
Funakogi undo (rowing exercise)
Ukemi: (methods of falling)
of attack: demonstrate and identify
Mae ukemi (zempo ukemi)
Ushiro ukemi (second method)
Omote-waza: Techniques which
occur in front of uke.
Ura-waza: Techniques which
go around or to the rear of uke.
Kosa-dori: Same hand grabbing
same hand, as in right to right or left to left.
Katate-dori: Opposite hand
grabbing opposite hand, as in right to left or left to right.
Ai-hanmi: Both partners
have the same foot forward
Gyaku-hanmi: Partners have
opposite feet forward
Right kosa-dori, ai-hanmi, oshi-taoshi,
Right kosa-dori (offer hand palm up),
ai-hanmi, shiho-nage, omote-waza
Right kosa-dori, ai-hanmi, irimi-nage
Left kosa-dori, ai-hanmi, nikyo
Left kosa-dori (offer hand palm up),
ai-hanmi, kote-gaeshi, omote-waza
Left kosa-dori, ai-hanmi, oshi-taoshi.
End in ude-osae
Kyu Kata II
Kyu Kata III Atemi Waza from the Junanahon
- Right kosa-dori, ai-hanmi, oshi-taoshi, ura-waza
- Left kosa-dori (offer hand palm up), ai-hanmi, shiho-nage,
- Right kosa-dori, ai-hanmi, sankyo, ura-waza
- Left kosa-dori, ai-hanmi, sankyo, ura-waza
- Right kosa-dori (offer hand palm up), irimi-nage
- Katate-dori (nage offers uke left hand), gyaku-hanmi,
- Katate-dori (nage offers uke right hand), gyaku-hanmi,
- Ai gamae-ate
- Gyaku gamae-ate
- 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.
- Understand the difference between the omote and ura version
of the techniques, and develop an ability to express the differences
in technical performance.
- Understand the importance of ma-ai, shikaku, getting off
the line, blending, leading, and unbalancing.
- Extend energy outward in a positive way; do not be overwhelmed
by your attacker by being too passive.