Through the years geographical and cultural influences hove shaped these various forms of combat into the contact sports we know today. However, in Japan, a form of unarmed combat has emerged which is more than a contact sport. It teaches not only contest proficiency, but develops the mind and the body - follows a strict moral code. It is a sport, a physico!
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Through the years geographical and cultural influences hove shaped these various forms of combat into the contact sports we know today. However, in Japan, a form of unarmed combat has emerged which is more than a contact sport.
It teaches not only contest proficiency, but develops the mind and the body - follows a strict moral code. It is a sport, a physico! It is known as Judo.. At the age of eighteen, the professor began a long, intensive study of jujitsu - an ancient method of unarmed combat practiced by Japanese warriors. This is how Professor Kano described the developing of Judo from that study, 4 "While studying jujitsu, not only did I find it interesting, but I also realized it was most effective for the training of both the body and the mind.
So by taking together all the good points I had learned of the various schools and adding my own inventions and discoveries, I devised a new system for physical culture and moral training.. Professor Kano, along with nine students, established the Kodokan in Tokyo in to develop the science of Judo. Today, Kodokan Judo is practiced all over the world. The Kodokan directs the techniques, safety, and instruction of Judo wherever it is practiced.
Judo, though evolved from jujitsu, is not intended to be a crippling form of combat. It is a sport - to be studied and played according to the rules and ceremonies of the Kodokan. This book is an introduction to the "vcav.
This uniform, or Judogi, is composed of three - trousers, jacket, and belt. They are loose fitting and should extend at least half way between your knees and ankles. After you have put on the trousers, pull the draw-string out sideways to tighten the waistband. Pass one end of the draw-string through the loop of the trousers. Tie both ends of the draw-string into a bow knot. Now, put on the [c cket and bring the right side loosely across the body. Cross the left side of the jccket over the right side so that the lower edge is parallel with the waist.
The sleeves of the Judogi are loose fitting, and should extend half way between the elbow and wrist. First, grasp the belt in the middle and pass Cross one side of the belt, either right or left, over the other at the waist. Tuck the end of the belt, which is in. Next, bring both ends around to the front.
Now tie both ends into a loose square knot. Tighten the knot by pulling both ends of the belt. This completes your dress. Idle bani. I,,,,ned "p"" ro". I1Iel 0. Ohlioti-O:I"1I is. You, rignl! Is in line wilil yo", rishl h,,,t. Now, wllhaul roi. I, ,;, ,11" highe5ll, Tne sio:lh,..
A I-rr. Ihen Iii. Keep you, heed baok, NeJli I. Can Ii"". U errns ore h. A:L YoLrr bod. Alternately ,oi. Thi, i. Lie on. This kn own as Ihe righl. Judo ",,,u e wilh Ih" I. Is ,h.. At ell rimes. Le of I! Then the.! Judo p1Qy. Cnown os. In III. Olll,[e mtilke5 il eOr5ii. Pull end suddenly I"". Pull end ,h U PI cg,ain. Lying on your back raise your head, shoulders and legs off the mat. Bring your right arm up and away from the body, palm outward. Roll over on your right side bringing both legs and your right arm down together, striking the mat as a single unit.
The outer edge of the right foot, the inner edge of the left foot, and the striking arm all break the fall simultaneously. At the conclusion of the roll both feet should be parallel and about waist width apart. Without hesitation bring both feet up in a high arc and repeat the roll to the other side: one continuous action from side-to- 26 side, without stopping. NOTE, Head and upper neck are off the mat at all times. When your Judo instructor feels you are ready, the falling practice may be started from a sitting position.
With legs extended, raise your arms to the front bringing them simultaneously over your head. Then topple over backwards swinging your legs up in a generous arc as shown, Bring the arms downward in the slapping motion learned, timing the action to beat the mat just at the moment your upper bock makes contact.
At the end of the sequence note the head and shoulders never touch the mat. Chin should be kept on the chest and your eyes should be trained on-the knot on your belt. The action is continuous - at the completion of the backfoll, you return without pause to a sitting position and then the backfoll is repeated. After your instructor decides you have mastered Ukemi from a sitting position you may advance to practicing I the fall from a squat.
With arms extended, fingers slightly overlapping, buttocks resting on your raised heels Again, as your bock makes contact, your arms should be brought down with a slicing motion to strike the mat just as your back makes contact. In falling, remember to keep the buttocks close to the heels and your head and neck.!! With arms parallel to the floor. As you are lowering raise your arms high. Tuck your heels in close to your buttocks as in the fall from a squat.
Chin tucked in. Head and neck off the mat. Keep your eyes focused on the knot on yaur belt. Allow your arms to snap up and off the mat at the finish of the arm beat. Rise and repeat. F pos. Keep your heod ond shoulde" up the mol. Afler c. SjdewClY breolrilol1 from n SinO nding posilio n is. Ibe leg in ;I sweejUjng motion ccress rhe body as you ,ee hera.
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Judo - Sadaki Nakabayashi
At the conclusion of the roll both feet should be side, without stopping. NOTE, Head and upper neck are off the mat at all times. After your instructor decides you have mastered Ukemi from a sitting position you may advance to practicing the fall from a squat. This is the sequence of action. With arms extended, fingers slightly overlapping, but tacks resting on your raised heels. Again, as your back makes contact, your arms should be brought down with a slicing motion to strike the mot just as your bock makes contact..
Nakabayashi Sadaki - Judo
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Fundamentals of judo