I’m the laziest blogger ever. Anyhow, thinking about taking the 1^{st} kyu grade test in the ~~spring of 2007~~~~autumn of 2007~~spring of 2008, and thought I could actually write down some notes to myself about the techniques.

The grade test requirements changed in the beginning of 2007, but the table still contains the old ones. I think I still want to practice them for the test, just because studying them too is good for my technique.

All in all, I need to ask whether the non-jiyuwaza techniques should be performed so that uke will be able to complete the grab, even in kubishime.

tachiwaza | ||||
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katadori-menuchi | ||||

1 | nikyo | omote | ||

2 | ura | |||

3 | iriminage | |||

4 | shihonage | omote | ||

5 | kotegaeshi | |||

koshinage | ||||

6 | chudan-tsuki | ikkyo | omote | |

7 | ura | The entry is the same as in omoto even though it feels odd. | ||

8 | kotegaeshi | |||

9 | sotokaitennage | |||

10 | hijikimeosae | |||

11 | uchikaiten sankyo | |||

12 | jodan-tsuki | ikkyo | omote | |

13 | ura | |||

14 | shihonage | omote | ||

15 | maegeri | iriminage | Ask if the techique has to be the long form, or can the short form be used if uke fails to block the atemi | |

16 | kokyu-ho | |||

ushirowaza | ||||

17 | ryokatadori | ikkyo | omote | |

18 | kokyunage | |||

19 | kokyu-ho | |||

20 | aikiotoshi | |||

21 | eridori | ikkyo | ||

22 | katatedori-kubishime | sankyo | ||

23 | koshinage | |||

24 | kokyonage | |||

hanmihandachiwaza | ||||

25 | ryotedori | shihonage | omote | |

26 | ura | |||

27 | kokyunage | |||

28 | shomen-uchi | iriminage | ||

jiyuwaza | ||||

29 | shomen-uchi | |||

30 | ushirowaza toriwaza | |||

bukiwaza | ||||

31 | jo kata | 13 | ||

32 | 31 |