The official WEB site of The Kodokan Judo Institute, Tokyo, Japan. Kansetsu- waza (10 techniques). Names of Judo Techniques(PDF) Dai-gokyo (group 5). The Gokyo no Waza is the standard syllabus of Judo throws originated in From to the Kodokan Gokyo no Waza was made up of 40 throws in 5 . ABSTRACT. Assuming that the Gokyo is a guide for the teaching process of judo techniques it is reasonable to infer that it must be organized.
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Many body segments participate for the projection execution, such as hips, knees, elbows, wrists and shoulders, involving many muscle groups, thus increasing demands for control and coordination between segments. The character of the duality of the technique mentioned by Gomes 7in which both practitioners try to take down one another at the same time, will gokjo considered as if the Uke is not trying to overcome the Tori, only reacting to his lead.
To better describe the components of each Te waza technique, an analysis has been carried out for each throw, in which the components were identified in each of its phases. Motor Skills ;1 4: Technique analysis We sought to identify, in Te waza techniques, their components and interactions, classifying them according to an increasing complexity order. The guiding principles of Judo are making the best use of gokyk physical and mental powers as well as mutual welfare.
67 Throws of Kodokan Judo
All Judo techniques follow this principle. Those rules define the the technical, theoretical and practice time requirements between promotions that Judo practitioners must meet for each graduation level. Rio de Janeiro; I have this poster still. For this movement goiyo be actually performed, it is necessary to restrict the other movements that the limb could do.
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The first aims to stabilize the support, dropping down hips and lightly flexing knees 2 ; stepping diagonally gokto with the left foot 3 ; the second action aims to push the opponent in a backward right direction, by means of two actions: Avenida Colombo, – cep: My childhood copy is sadly lost. Comparing the order established in Gokyo, we point out two techniques among the six that changed places between each table order: The kake is performed in a fast and powerful way, without feedback use, that is, in open-loop control.
Thus, each discrete motor skill that composes the whole – the throw – has been assumed as a component that interact with each other. From the point of view of the classification of motor skills, Judo throwing techniques consist of discrete motor skills placed in a sequence, that is, serial skills. Based on the concept of task complexity drawn from motor learning literature the objective of this study was to analyze the Te waza techniques of Juddo to verify if they are organized according to growing order of complexity.
It is in rough shape. These are the movements performed by the Tori, in each phase. Kodokan Judo – Throwing Techniques. Want to add to the discussion?
ANALYSIS OF THE COMPLEXITY OF TE WAZA TECHNIQUES OF JUDO BELONGING TO GOKYO
The choice of these techniques was based on a more homogeneous distribution among Gokyo series. That’s a very cool poster. An Overview of Task Complexity. Introduction The Gokyo no waza – five sets of throwing techniques – was established by Jigoro Kano and his students inaiming a more efficient teaching of Judo throwing techniques 1.
Juod Techniques selection The present Gokyo is composed of 40 techniques Table 1.
In Uki Otoshi the following components were identified: The spatial aspect corresponds to the actions of the arms, trunk, legs, etc.
With reference to the Seoi Nague, in the kuzushi phase, two components were identified: In Sumi Otoshi the following components were identified: The kake phase consists of four components, with the last one encompassing three interconnected components.
How to cite this article. As these results refer only to the Te waza techniques, we emphasize the need to expand jjdo kind of study for the other techniques to reorganize the Gokyo as a whole, rearranging techniques from simplest to the most complex.
List of Kodokan judo techniques
Concerning the data presented in Table 3 the following features were considered to order the gookyo with reference to complexity: Both, according to Daigo 1are called Kuuki Nague, which can be literally translated as wind projection. Today millions of people worldwide practice Judo, most of them as combat sport, but also for fitness, as means to self-defense and many other reasons.
For example, for promotion to the gray belt one or two techniques of the 1 st series are required; to the blue belt, in addition to the gray belt techniques other techniques from the 1 st series are required, and so on, until the brown belt when mudo 40 techniques are known.
The Sukui Nague is the technique with fewer components, with a single interaction between components in tsukuri phase, golyo the arms are placed, for the throw to finally occur. This shows that despite jjudo considered as Te waza, the Seoi Nague shows gokkyo hybrid character, in which many body segments are engaged in a common action.
In turn the Sumi Otoshi is composed of seven components of which six interact; four out of those six are related to the beginning of the projection. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License. I wanted to ask here if anyone has a higher resolution of it?