City College of San Francisco Judo Club

Belt Promotion

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

 

Yonkyu: 4th Degree Green Belt, pdf (download)

 

General knowledge

  • Basic Judo etiquette
    • wear slippers to mat area, bow when entering into dojo an mat area, proper bow
  • 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:
    • Off Balance-Kuzushi.
    • Entry-Tsukuri.
    • 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.

 

Count to 10 in Japanese

 

Tournament Management

  • Demonstrate how to keep a score on a pool sheet
  • Time keeping
  • Pool recording
  • Score keeping
  • Terminology

 

Nage-waza

  •  Ability to Demonstrate
    • O-Soto-Gari
    • Ko-Soto-Gari
    • Hiza-Guruma
    • Okuri-ashi-barai
    • O goshi
    • Harai-Goshi

 

Osae Waza-Holding Techniques

  •  Ability to Demonstrate
    • Kesa- Gatame
    • Kuzure-kesa- Gatame
    • Kuzure-Yoko-Shiho- Gatame (modified)

 

Shime-Waza

  •  Ability to Demonstrate
    • Juji-jime
    • Okuri-Eri-Jime

 

Vocabulary Knowledge

  • Time is up: Soremade
  • Knee: Hiza
  • Hip or waist A: Goshi or Koshi Continue: Yoshi
  • Hand- Te
  • Foot - Ashi
  • Big or major - O
  • Little or minor - Ko
  • I surrender - Maitta
  • Knee wheel - Hiza Guruma
  • Major hip throw - 0 Goshi
  • Lock or Hold - Gatame
  • Scarf hold - Kesa Gatame
  • Shoulder - Seoi
  • Shoulder throw - Seoi Nage
  • Falling method or ways - Ukemi
  • Side- Yoko
  • Major outside reap - O Soto Gari
  • Wheel - Guruma
  • Throw - Nage
  • Begin - Hajime
  • Reap - Gari
  • Modified Side hold - Kuzure Yoko Shiho Gatame Stop - Matte
  • Hold down - Osae Komi
  • Inside - Uchi
  • Sweep - Harai
  • Hold-down broken - Toketa
  • Don't move! (referee's call) - Sonomama! Continue! (referee's call) - Yoshi!
  • Knee wheel throw - Hiza Guruma
  • Major hip throw - O Goshi
  • Side - Yoko
  • Corners (as in hold-downs) - Shiho
  • Outside - Soto
  • Off-balancing - Kuzushi
  • Forms of gripping one's opponent - Kumi Kata

Tournament Management: 2 Assist (Timer/Scorekeeper) Outside Tournament

  • 1 Assist CCSF Invitational Judo Tournament or Clinic