1. KYU/MON, Brown belt
– Minimum 90 practise hours since last grading. 15+ years old.
– 3 competitions since last grading (Alternatively koshi-waza is shown as kata).
– Knowledge of international competition rules.
– Knowledgre of acute injury treatment (the POLICE term) and to rehabilitating practise after injuries.
– Knowledge of the problem of doping.
– Knowledge of healthy food for practise and compeeting.
– Referee or sensei license recommended
Osaekomi-waza (pin downs)
Main technique + kuzure + exits in randori.
– Kesa-gatame (Scarf hold)
– Kata-gatame (Shoulder hold)
– Yoko-shiho-gatame (side hold)
– Tate-shiho-gatame (mounted hold)
– Kami-shiho-gatame (head side four point hold)
Shime-waza (chokes), with kuzure
– Juji-jime (cross choke)
– Hadaka-jime (naked choke)
– Okuri-eri-jime (gliding collar choke)
– Kata-te-jime (one handed choke)
– Kata-ha-jime (one wing choke)
Kansetsu-waza, with kuzure
– Ude-garami (braided)
– Udehishigi-juji-gatame (crossed)
– Ude-hishigi-ude-gatame (armbreaking arm grip)
– Ude hishigi-waki-gatame (a.b shoulder pit grip)
– Ude-hishigi-hiza-gatame (a.b knee grip)
– Ude-hishigi-hara-gatame (a.b gut grip)
– Kannuki-gatame (arm wrap)
Go Kyo no waza (throwa, Dai-gokyo (fifth series):
All to left and right
– O-soto-guruma (greater outer wheel)
– Uki-waza (floating technique)
– Yoko-guruma (side wheel)
– Ushiro-goshi (inverse hip)
– Ura-nage (backwards throw)
– Sumi-otoshi (corner take down)
– Yoko-gake (side hook)
– 3 attacksif uke lies on stomach
– 3 counters if tori lies on stomach
– 3 attacks if uke lies on the back (tori between legs)
– 3 counters if tori lies on back (uke between legs)
– 4 transitions from tachi-waza to ne-waza
– 4 counter throws (Kaeshi-waza)
– 4 combination throws (Renraku-waza)
– At least 3
– 1 must be in ne-waza and 1 must be in tachi waza
– Skills in all movement directions.
– Realistic combos, counters and transitions.
– Some techniques shown in randori.