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Last session before half term break is Tuesday 17th October 2017
First session after the half term break is Tuesday 31st October 2017
No Thursday class until further notice. Judo Every Tuesday.

Randori Kata

Katame-No-Kata (Kata on the Ground)

Katame no kata is a randori kata on the ground and comprises 15 techniques which are performed in 3 sets of 5. The sets are Osae waza, Shime waza and Kansetsu waza. Although a randori kata the final technique is a leg lock as the kata was introduced at a time when leg locks were permitted. This last techniques must be practiced with care as the reason leg locks are no longer allowed is because the knee joint feels the pain after the damage rather than before in the case of the elbow which is the only joint to which pressure can be applied.
See additional notes at the foot of this page.
1st Set - Osae Waza (Immobilisation Techniques)
 
1
Kuzure Kesa Gatame (Broken Scarf Hold)
 
 
2
Kata Gatame (Shoulder Hold)
 
 
3
Kami Shiho Gatame (Upper Four Quarters)
 
 
4
Yoko Shiho Gatame (Side Four Quarters)
 
 
5
Kuzure Kami Shiho Gatame (Broken Upper Four Quarters)
 
2nd Set - Shime Waza (Strangulation Techniques)
 
1
Kata Juji Jime (Half Cross Strangulation)
 
 
2
Hadaka Jime (Naked Strangulation)
 
 
3
Okuri Eri Jime (Slidding Collar Strangulation)
 
 
4
Kata Ha Jime (Single Wing Strangulation)
 
 
5
Gyaku Yoko Juji Jime (Reverse Strangulation)
 
3rd Set - Kansetsu Waza (Locking Techniques)
 
1
Ude Garami (Entangled Arm Lock)
 
 
2
Ude Hishigi Juji Gatame (Entangled Arm Lock)
 
 
3
Ude Hishigi (Arm Crush)
 
 
4
Ude Hishigi Hiza Gatame (Arm Crush Using the Knee)
 
 
5
Ashi Garami (Entangled Leg Lock)
 
As with other kata Uke and Tori must maintain good posture throughout and move about the tatami in a purposeful way. Uki, when laying down should keep the left knee raised and head raised off of the mat. This may be unconfortable at first but it will certainly strengthen Uke's neck.