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Judo Guide Oct 13
wazas: nage-waza (throwing techniques), katame-waza (grappling techniques) and atemi-waza (striking techniques).
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aubrey Oct 13
all I want for Christmas this year is an uchi-mata that works in randori 🙏
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Judo Guide Oct 14
At the opposite extreme from yakusoku geiko is the hard style of randori that seeks to emulate the style of seen in competition.
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Shaolin-KungFu Oct 11
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Judo Guide Oct 13
There are 3 basic categories of waza (techniques) in .
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Judo Guide Oct 14
Kata teaches the philosophical tenets upon which is based, allowing for the practice of techniques that are not allowed in randori.
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Int. Judo Federation Oct 8
Wow! What an incredible contest!! Japan's Kageura didn't give an inch, taking the french giant over 5 minutes into Golden score! But eventually Riner produced this moment of explosive brilliance! ©️ IJF Media Team - Robin Willingham
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Dafydd Pritchard Oct 12
Nice to pick up the gold today
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Judo Guide Oct 14
The purposes of kata include illustrating the basic principles of , demonstrating the correct execution of a technique.
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Int. Judo Federation Oct 8
Teddy Riner: The King of Judo ©️ IJF Media Team - Robin Willingham
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Int. Judo Federation Oct 8
An exciting rematch of the 2018 World Final - Nikoloz Sherazadishvili vs Ivan Felipe Silva Morales! After the disappointment of the 2019 Worlds, Sherazadishvili stakes his claim back on the -90kg category - Gold for Spain! ©️ IJF Media Team - Robin Willingham
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Int. Judo Federation Oct 8
Overwhelmed with emotion after an incredible display of Ashi-waza from Beatriz Souza - She defeats her compatriot Altheman, and is crowned +78kg Champion here in Brazil! ©️ IJF Media Team - Robin Willingham
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Judo Guide Oct 13
practitioners typically devote a portion of each practice session to ukemi (break-falls).
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Judo Guide Oct 12
The philosophy and subsequent pedagogy developed for became the model for other modern Japanese martial arts.
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Judo Guide 16h
Safety necessitated some basic innovations that shaped 's development.
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げさ。 Oct 13
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Normanby Primary Oct 11
Thanks to Destination Judo for coming into school and teaching the children this incredible sport 🥋
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Judo Guide Oct 13
pedagogy emphasizes randori (literally "taking chaos", but meaning "free practice").
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aubrey 15h
Substitute teaching the BJJ class this evening—gonna expound on the wonders of kesa-gatame & get these white belts pinning each other for ippon durations 😎🥋🤼‍♀️
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Judo Guide 17h
Randori (free practice) was a central part of pedagogy and shiai (competition) a crucial test of a 's understanding of judo.
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