Kodokan Goshin-jutsu. Toshu-no-bu (Unarmed section): 1. When held. Ryote- dori Hidari-eri-dori Migi-eri-dori Kata-ude-dori Ushiro-eri-dori Ushiro-jime Kakae- . Kodokan KATA Textbook. Nage-no-Kata · Katame-no-Kata · Kime-no-Kata · Ju- no-Kata · Kodokan Goshin-jutsu. Itsutsu-no-Kata (To be prepared). Kata Summer Course [DAY 4] Kime-no-Kata and Kodokan Goshin-jutsu. 25 Jul On the fourth day of Summer Course 1, July 18, the.

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The first two groups are unarmed attacks toshu no bufrom close distance when uke holds torisand from a distance when uke punches or kicks. That said, i too, have major reservations as to its efficacy. The most effective person I have ever seen in a military setting where SD was being taught was an Israeli officer who was expert in Krav maga, he could have eaten me and those I was teaching for breakfast then eaten more before lunch.

Kime no kata is a foundation to learning the fundamental principles of attack-defence, or attack-attack, action-reaction. CK sensei, I don’t drink anything that contains caffeine.

Total Crazy Rant about Kodokan Goshin jutsu

I’ve used them a number of times ran a busy bar for a years and they work splendidly. Character building was certainly part of his civilian concepts toward the training of Krav maga. I have written chapter and verse as to the solid foundational benefits in learning and practicing iata kata starting with the randori no kata. Stuff like this always makes me go hmm.

The wrist locks are entirely plausible considering how they are entered into–from grabs, and not as a counter to strikes. If he has and his concentration wavers then you should attack first.

I could add more examples, but my point should be clear. Love seeing kids learning goshin. The Goshin-Jutsu was meant to supplement and complement the waza in the Kime-No-Kata, Kime Shiki, Ju no Kata, Koshiki no Kata and Goshin Ho increasing the number of defence techniques available to the Judoka to allow him to deal with a variety of life-threatening situations. I would be willing to bet that many judoka goshij said that about kata before.


There are billions of different attack scenarios and this is never the point when learning SD the most important points to learning any form of SD are a standard set of guide lines.

How many men keep their wallets in their left pocket and how many would be attackers check the pockets themselves? SD for a child is called mom and dad or grandparents or another family adult, knowing where and with whom ones child is Even partly the ju no kata. How did I learn it. There are those of course who do not rate the techniques in the Kata as being useful for self-defence but they are failing to see beyond the demonstration facet of the Kata in a similar way as those who regard the Nage no Kata and Katame no Kata as being irrelevant to competitive Judo.

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Yes, the full video includes progressive resistance eg: The Kata consists of 21 Waza broadly divided into two sections; 12 Toshi no Bu or unarmed attacks and 9 Buki no Bu which are attacks with three weapons. Some people now believe that the Goshin-Jutsu is now an anachronism in the gowhin way as Kime-No-Kata was thought as obsolete in In I cannot justify the techniques in the kodokan goshinjutsu as a modern replacement or even addition to, for the kime no kata.

I mean decades ago. I particularly find the defense against someone armed with a handgun almost suicidal. I am aware just how popular of late this ‘kata’ has become. I am travelling and will write more later.


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Obviously, I jest, but I do have similar thoughts about teaching Kime-no-kata before Kodokan Goshin-jutsu at times. I just hate and detest this abomination of a group of near futile and pathetic exercises sorry. It doesn’t look that way to me, it looks more like the traditional Japanese jiujitsu method of having an “attacker” and “defender” which is a good method for drilling certain techniques but not foshin resistive or “alive” like actual randori.

Isn’t the rest kind of superfluous? You deformalized jitsi, you seem to teach the techniques independently and not per traditional sequenceyou do it outside and you do it in plain clothes.

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If you want a piece of advice jiteu would say: Ueshina was infamous with his teaching as even when attacked with what looked like the same attack by the same person Ueshiba would not use the same defence twice as he felt the nuances, the differences, between each and every attack.

It is often translated as no-mindednessand Zanshin The mind that maintains awareness in case of further attackswould come as the Judoka became more efficient in the execution of the various waza and began to use them against random attacks instead of the attacks coming in a specified order jitsy they do in the Kata. I found this intriguing.