City College of San Francisco Judo Club

Yonkyu: 4th Degree Green BeltSankyu: 3rd Degree Brown BeltNikyu: 2nd Degree Brown BeltIkkyu: 1st Degree Brown BeltShodan: 1st Degree Black Belt

 

 

Nikyu: Brown; 2nd Degree, pdf (download)

 

Pass all the knowledge and demonstration requirements of all previous rank exams

  • List and demonstrate 5 throws of  Go-Kyo No
    • 1st Kyo
      • De-Ashi-Barai
      • Hiza-Guruma
      • Sasae Tsuri Komi Ashi
      • Uki Goshi
      • O Soto Gari
      • O Goshi
      • O Uchi Gari
      •  Seoiage:Ippon/Morote
    • 2nd Kyo
      • Ko Soto Gari
      • Ko Uchi Gari
      • Koshi Guruma
      • Tsuri Komi Goshi
      •  Okuri Ashi Harai
      • Tai Otoshi
      •  Uchi Mata
    • 3rd Kyo
      • Ko Soto Gake
      • Tsuri Goshi
      • Yoko Otoshi
      • Ashi Guruma
      • Hane Goshi
      • Harai Tsuri Komi Ashi
      • Tomoe Nage
      • Kata Guruma
    • 4th Kyo
      • Sumi Gaeshi
      • Tani Otoshi
      • Hane Maki Komi
      • Sukui Nage
      • Utsuri Goshi
      • O Guruma
      • Soto Maki Komi
      • Uki Otoshi
    • 5th Kyo
      • O Soto Guruma
      • Uki Waza
      • Yoko Wakare
      • Yoko Guruma
      • Ushiro Goshi
      • Ura Nage
      • Yoko Gake

Osae Waza-Holding Techniques

  • Kesa Gatame
  • Kami Shiho Gatame
  • Yoko Shiho Gatame
  • Kuzuri Kami Shiho Gatame
  • Kata Gatame
  • Tate Shiho Gatame

 

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List and demonstrate the 5 throws of the 1st Kyo and 2nd Kyo of the Go-Kyo No Waza

 

Go-Kyo-No-Waza

  • 1 Kyo
    • De-Ashi-barai
    • Hiza-guruma
    • Sasae Tsuri Komi Ashi
    • Uki goshi
    • O soto gari
    • O goshi
    • O uchi gari
    • Seoi nage: Ippon/Morote
  • 2 Kyo
    • Ko soto gari
    • Ko uchi gari
    • Koshi guruma
    • Tsuri komi goshi
    • Okuri ashi harai
    • Tai otoshi
    • Harai goshi
    • Uchi mata

 

Demonstrate

Osae Waza-Holding Techniques

  • Kesa Gatame
  • Kami shiho Gatame
  • Yoko Shiho Gatame
  • Kuzuri kami shiho gatame
  • Kata gatame
  • Tate shiho gatame

 

Shime-waza

  • Name-juji-jime
  • Okuri-eri-jime
  • Gyaku juji jime
  • Hadaka jime
  • Kataha jime

Demonstrate 1 methods for each

  • Entering through legs when opponent is on back
  • Turning techniques when opponent is on knees and elbows

Kansetsu-Waza

  • Ude hishigi juji gatame
  • Ude-garami

 

Online Test in General Knowledge, Historical Development, and Philosophy of Judo

 

Vocabulary

  • Technique - Waza
  • Counter technique - Kaeshi Waza
  • Attention - Kiyotsuke
  • Bow - Rei
  • Teacher - Sensei
  • Practice hall for Judo - Dojo
  • Judo uniform - Judogi
  • Judo player - Judoka
  • Little inside reaping throw - Ko Uchi Gari
  • Hip wheel throw - Koshi Guruma
  • Modified side hold - Kuzure Kesa Gatame
  • Fourth class (kyu) Judo rank - Yonkyu
  • To slide - Okuri
  • Way of the warrior - Bushido
  • Martial arts – Budo
  • Five stages of technique, the basic syllabus of Kodokan Judo - Go Kyo No Waza
  • The principle of gentleness or giving way – Ju
  • Way of life - Do
  • Judo uniform sleeve - Sode
  • Judo uniform lapel - Eri
  • Belt - Obi
  • The attacker - Tori
  • Repetition attack practice without throwing, done in pairs - Uchi Komi
  • Alternate throwing practice without resistance - Sute Geiko
  • Form practice - Kata
  • Free practice - Randori
  • Practice in general - Keiko
  • Little outside reaping throw - Ko Soto Gari
  • Lifting pulling hip throw - Tsuri Komi Goshi
  • Modified upper corners hold - Kuzure Kami Shiho Gatame
  • Win by forfeit or default of the opponent before a match - Fusengachi
  • Win by withdrawal of the opponent during a match - Kiken Gachi

 

General Techniques

  • Ability to demonstrate and teach one combination technique.
  • Ability to demonstrate and teach one counter technique.

 

Tournament Management

  • Ability to supervise and instruct score table responsibility
    • Timers
    • Storekeepers
    • Pool recorders
  • Supervise scoring table, at a minimum of one CCSF tournament.

 

Belt Promotion