Cadet White-Yellow belt
This is a 6th kyu grade between white and yellow for members under 16 year old, with only a subset of the full Seinen Go-kyu (Adult Yellow belt) requirement. This grade includes an introduction to arm-bars and strangles.
Kumataka Dojos Cadet White-Yellow belt requires that a student must have;
- Good attitude, correct observance of dojo etiquette and personal hygiene
- Correct judogi with Kumataka badging, belt tied correctly
- Financial member of Kumataka Dōjōs & Junior Member registration of JudoWA/JudoNSW
- Seizarei – Seated bow
- Ritsurei – Standing bow
- Shizen(hon)tai – Natural posture, neutral, migi (right), hidari (left)
- Jigo(hon)tai – Defensive posture, neutral, migi (right), hidari (left)
- Mae sutemi zenpo kaiten (forward roll), terminating down and up, migi (right), hidari (left)
- Migi, hidari and Ushiro ukemi from standing
Throwing techniques, performed migi and hidari, static or in motion
|Sasaetsurikomiashi – Propping drawing ankle throw|
|O soto gari – Major outer reap|
|Hiza guruma – Knee wheel|
|O goshi – Major hip throw|
O soto gari
Nage Komi Extensions
In addition to these 4, Kumataka Dojos would also include instruction in these additional and related techniques.
Note, these extensions are not examined but the knowledge of them, and how they relate to the 4 above will be practiced in this grade.
|Tsubame gaeshi – Swallow counter|
|O soto otoshi – Major outer drop|
|O soto gaeshi – Major outer counter|
O soto otoshi
O soto gaeshi
Combination techniques performed either one side or the other. Must attack same leg in these two.
- Sasaetsurikomiashi -> O soto gari
- O soto gari -> Sasaetsurikomiashi
- Attack Sasaetsurikomiashi, counter with Sasaetsurikomiashi
- Attack O soto gari, counter with O soto gari
Holding techniques applied and escaped from, migi and hidari
- Kesa gatame – Scarf hold
- Kata gatame – Shoulder hold
- Kuzure kesa gatame – Modified scarf hold
Kuzure kesa gatame
Chokes and strangles applied migi and hidari. Cadets should practice these with care and supervision.
- Hada ka jime –Naked strangle
- Okuri eri jime – Sliding colar
Hada ka jime
Okuri eri jime
Joint locking techniques applied migi and hidari. Cadets should practice these with care and supervision.
- Ude hishigi juji gatame – Cross lock
- Ude hishigi hiza gatame – Armlock against knee
Ude hishigi juji gatame
Ude hishigi hiza gatame
Ne waza bunkai
Ground technique application
- One turn over technique from ‘possum’, technique of choice
- One guard pass, transitioning to a hold down, technique of choice
- Demonstrate attacking in throwing techniques
- Demonstrate appropriate stance and body movement (tai sabaki) in evading attacks
- Demonstrate combinations and counters from techniques learned
- Demonstrate correct ukemi
This content is intended for Kumataka Joduka.