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

Sankyu: Brown; 3rd Degree, pdf (download)

 

  1. General Information on Judo
  • Basic Judo etiquette
    • Wear slippers to mat area, execute proper bow when entering into dojo and mat area Basic Judo hygiene
    • Clean; Personal Hygiene, Judogi Purpose of ukemi
    • Learn to fall so you will not injured yourself, dissipate the force of falling Correct forms of sitting and kneeling
    • informal-anza, formal-seiza

 

  • Who was the founder of Judo?
    • Dr Jigoro Kano.
  • What is the name of the school he founded?
    • The Kodokan.
  • What is the date of the founding of Judo?
    • 1882.
  • What was unarmed combat called in Japan before Judo?
    • Ju Jitsu.
  • What is the name of your Judo organization?
    • The United States Judo Federation.
  • Name the three parts of a Judo throw in English and Japanese:
    • 1. Off Balance-Kuzushi.
    • 2. Entry-Tsukuri.
    • 3. Execution-Kake.
  • Name the three parts of unarmed combat in English and Japanese:
    • Throwing techniques-Nage Waza.
    • Grappling techniques-Katame- Waza,
    • Striking techniques-Atemi Waza.
  • Name the two divisions of throwing techniques in English and Japanese:
    • Standing techniques-Tachi Waza.
    • Sacrifice techniques - Sutemi Waza.
  • Name the three divisions of standing throwing techniques in English and Japanese:
    • Hand techniques - Te Waza.
    • Hip techniques - Koshi Waza.
    • Foot techniques-Ashi Waza.
  • Name the two divisions of sacrifice techniques in English and Japanese:
    • Back falling sacrifice techniques - Ma Sutemi Waza.
    • Side falling sacrifice techniques - Yoko Sutemi Waza.
  • Name the three divisions of mat techniques in English and Japanese:
    • Holding techniques - Osaekomi Waza.
    • Choking techniques - Shime Waza.
    • Joint locking techniques - Kanetsu Waza.
  • What are the two principles of Kodokan Judo as defined by Dr. Kano
    • Maximum efficiency
    • Mutual benefit and welfare.
  • What is the ultimate goal of Judo as defined by Dr. Kano?
    •  The harmonious development and eventual perfection of human character.
  • Names and colors and order of “kyu” belt ranking system
    • Yonkyu (4th degree/Green Belt),
    • Sankyu (3rd degree/Brown Belt)
    • Nikyu (2nd degree/Brown Belt)
    • Ikkyu (1st degree/Brown Belt)

 

 Demonstrate

  • O soto-Gari
  • Ko-Soto-Gari
  • O-Uchi-Gari
  • Ko-Uchi-Gari
  • Hiza-Guruma
  • Sasae Tsuri Komi Ashi
  • Okuri-Ashi-Barai
  • Ippon Seoi-Nage
  • Morote Seoi-Nage
  • Tsuri-Komi-Goshi
  • O Goshi
  • Harai Goshi
  • Ashi Guruma
  • Demonstrate 1 Combination

Osae Waza Holding Techniques

Demonstrate

  • Kesa-Gatame
  • Kuzure-Kesa- Gatame
  • Kuzure-Yoko-Shiho-Gatame (Modified)
  • Kami-Shiho-Gatame
  • Ushiro-Kesa-Gatame
  • Tate-Shiho-Gatame

Shime waza

Demonstrate

  • Okuri-Eri-Jime
  • Hadaka-Jime
  • Kataha-Jime
  • Gyaku-Juji-Jime

 

Vocabulary

  • Sitting on the knees - Seiza
  • First penalty given by referee - Shido
  • Loss by violation of the rules! (referee's call) - Hansoku Make
  • Full point! (referee's award) - Ippon
  • Almost full point! (referee's award, half-point) - Wazari
  • Sliding foot walking - Tsugi Ashi
  • Sifting cross-legged - Anza
  • Advancing foot sweep throw - De Ashi Harai
  • Major inside reaping throw - O Uchi Gari
  • Upper corners hold - Kami Shiho Gatame
  • To float or floating - Uki
  • Lower prop - Sasae
  • Lift - Tsuri
  • Pull - Komi
  • Modified (as in hold-downs) - Kuzure
  • Right - Migi
  • Left - Hidari
  • Forward falls - Zempo Ukemi
  • Decision! (referee's call for judges' decision) - Hantei
  • Win by decision! (referee's call) -Yusei Gachi
  • Floating hip throw - Uki Goshi
  • Foot stop throw (literally "Lower-Prop Lift-Pull Foot") Sasae Tsuri Komi Ashi
  • Modified scarf hold - Kuzure Kesa Gatame
  • Fifth class (Kyu) Judo rank - Gokyu
  • Body - Tai
  • Rolling - Kaiten
  • Front rolling falls - Zempo Kaiten Ukemi
  • Drop - Otoshi
  • Valley - Tani
  • Pivoting or turning the body - Tai Sabaki
  • Names and colors and order of “kyu” belt ranking system
    • Rokkyu (6th degree/ white belt)
    • Gokyu (5th degree/ white belt)
    • Yonkyu (4th degree/Green Belt)
    • Sankyu (3rd degree/Brown Belt)
    • Nikyu (2nd degree/Brown Belt)
    • Ikkyu (1st degree/Brown Belt)

 

Tournament Management:

  • 2 Assist (Timer/Scorekeeper) Outside Tournament
  • 1 Assist CCSF Invitational Judo Tournament or Clinic

 

Count to 30 in Japanese

 

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