Gioia incontenibile per i due lottatori veronesi in Messico, dove ora comincia la rassegna degli Over 30 e il campionato del. We are delighted to announce that Colin Dunlop (pictured on the left) and David Gibson (right) achieved their BJA Level 1 Katame no Kata. Katame no Kata Guideline. Page 1 of 9. 1. KATAME-NO-KATA. General Information. • Officially, the judging of the Kata does not start until the two contestants.
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Today millions of people worldwide practice Oatame, most of them as combat sport, but also for fitness, as means to self-defense and many other reasons. It helps a lot more in understanding fundamentals of the throw and certain ‘ideals’ for the throws to be effective. So, I’ve trained in nage, katame, nage ura, katame ura, goshin, go, and itsutsu, as well as some non-Japanese kata, namely the rensa and hikomi no kata, having been tested on the first five.
They all have something to teach. By Kano’s intention, Judo is supposed to be a martial art, means to physical education and a pedagogic system. The randori no kata, and it’s accompanying ura forms have been tremendously useful in informing the precision and crispness with with I execute many techniques, as well as reinforcing and informing a sense of positional awareness, which helps make all my techniques work. Log in or sign up in seconds. Are you tested in these styles? On a conceptual level, go no kata has been wonderful to study as a means of creating kuzushi.
Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. The world is more than just a 10m square covered with tatami. But are great for understanding certain body mechanics and katx. It’s eye opening and interesting. Submit a new text post. This is partly to substitute for my lack of competition and partly because my sensei loves kata and believes it is well worth the time and effort.
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I believe that different people learn skills in different ways, and for me personally, kata has been immeasurably useful in my judo journey. They are essentially the same thing. I have trained nage no kata, katame no kata, and itsutsu as an ongoing part of my judo training Sankyu brown belt. The guiding principles of Judo are making the best use of one’s physical and mental powers as well as mutual welfare. I feel that it has significantly improved my ground game and the throwing practice is good.
Did they help you in competition? I believe [but do not profess to know] many schools do not teach these aspects of Judo because they might not be allowed in competition or are non-competitive in nature.
What use did you get from them? Mostly it has helped me prepare for non competition defense.
Want to add to the discussion? Some throws are basically useless in competitive setting. Itsutsu is just for fun but it did teach me how to dive and roll at katamme speed and height.
Almost forgot, yes I am tested on them. D It helps a lot more in understanding fundamentals of the throw and certain ‘ideals’ for the throws to be effective. Kata gets your brain going about how to get yourself out of unwanted combat situations.
I’d say your Judo becomes more Judo during Kata than Randori or any other form of practice. Greetings, I was wondering if any of you have practice the less well known Katas for Judo? I find it interesting that all Judoka initially learn their techniques through very simple kata, but somehow cannot make the transition to the more complex named kata. Submit a new link.