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Introduction to Module 1

Learning Outcomes At the conclusion of Module 1; You will be able to assemble elements of a judo contest, contest bowing, kumi kata (gripping), judo -gi, referee hand signals and calls and scoreboard basics You will be able to differentiate Tachiwaza Scoring – Ippon...

SCORING Kansetsu-waza

Kansetsu-waza  On the mat, legal Kansetsu-waza (arm lock) can be used in certain age groups.  Typically, Brown and Black belt divisions are allowed to use Kansetsu-waza in their matches.  Consult the specific tournament rules for clarification as this varies from...

Nage waza Scoring

In this Lesson, we examine: 1B.1 Tachiwaza Scoring What constitutes an 1B.1.a  Ippon – An award of Ippon ends the match. Situations for an award of Ippon occur; when the contestants are standing (Nage-waza), When contestants are on the mat in a hold down...

Ne-waza Scoring

Osaekomi On the mat, Osaekomi is announced when the disadvantaged contestant (Uke); Is being controlled with downward pressure from the side, rear or top Has full back or complete upper back in contact with the mat Does not have Tori’s leg interlocked. In Osaekomi,...

SCORING Shime-waza

Shime-waza  On the mat, legal Shime-waza (strangle) can be used in certain age groups.  Typically, ages 13 years and above are allowed to use Shime-waza in their matches.  Consult the specific tournament rules for clarification. Situation 1   Situation 2  ...