Judo Gokyu Study Guide.txt

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Study guide for USJA Gokyu belt test
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  1. Attention!
    Kiotsuke
  2. Bow
    Rei
  3. Begin
    Hajame
  4. Stop
    Mate
  5. Practice Hall for Judo
    Dojo
  6. Teacher
    Sensei
  7. Sitting on Knees
    Seiza
  8. Sitting Crossed Legged
    Anza
  9. Following foot walking
    Tsugi-ashi
  10. Normal walking
    Ayumi-Ashi
  11. Judo Uniform
    Judogi
  12. Judo practitioner or player
    Judoka
  13. Person performing technique
    Tori
  14. Person recieving technique
    Uke
  15. Left
    Hidari
  16. Right
    Migi
  17. Falling methods or ways
    Ukemi
  18. Falling methods to the rear
    Ura-Ukemi
  19. Forwards fall
    Mae-ukemi
  20. Free Practice
    Renshu/Randori
  21. Formal pre-arranged routine practice
    Kata
  22. Tournament
    Shiai
  23. Judo Mats
    Tatami
  24. Hold-down!(referee's call)
    Osae-komi
  25. One Point! (referee's call)
    Ippon, Awasete Ippon
  26. Almost Ippon! (referee's award, 1/2 point)
    Waza-ari
  27. Near Waza-ari! (Referee's award)
    Yoko
  28. Near yoku! (referee's award)
    Koka
  29. That is all! (Referee's call)
    Sore-made
  30. Sixth class (kyu) judo rank
    Roku-kyu
  31. Yes!
    Hai
  32. No!
    iie
  33. Please
    Kudasai
  34. Thank you
    Arigatou
  35. Note! (referee's call for slight penalty)
    Shido
  36. Caution! (referee's call for moderate penalty)
    Chui
  37. Warning! (referee's call for severe penatly)
    Keikoku
  38. Loss by rule violation (referee's call)
    Hansoku-make
  39. Desision! (call by referee for judge's decision)
    Hantei
  40. Don't move! (referee's call)
    Sono-mama
  41. Continue! (referee's call)
    Yoshi
  42. Fundamental natural position
    Shizentai
  43. Fundamental defensive position
    Jigotai
  44. Off balance
    Uki
  45. Entry into a throw
    Tsukuri
  46. Execution of a throw
    Kake
  47. Sweeping action done with the leg
    Harai
  48. Reaping action done with the leg
    Gari
  49. Dashing action done with the leg
    Gake
  50. Springing action done with the leg
    Hane
  51. Throw (noun)
    Nage
  52. Technique(s)
    Waza
  53. Throwing technique(s)
    Nage-waza
  54. Hand
    Te
  55. Hand technique(s)
    Te-waza
  56. Foot or leg
    Ashi
  57. Foot technique(s)
    Ashi-waza
  58. Big or major
    O
  59. Little or minor
    Ko
  60. Waist or hip
    Goshi(koshi)
  61. Waist or hip technique(s)
    Koshi-waza
  62. Major hip throw
    O-goshi
  63. Outside
    Soto
  64. Inside
    Uchi
  65. Major outside reaping
    O-soto-gari
  66. Internal force or spiritual energy
    chi
  67. Shout to gather inner strength
    Kiai
  68. Name of club
    You and me growing together?
  69. Name of Instructor
    Brian Hacke
  70. Who was the found of judo?
    Jigoro Kano
  71. What was the name of the school he founded?
    Kotokan
  72. What was the date of the founding of the Kodokan Judo?
    1882
  73. What was unarmed combat call in Japan before Judo?
    Jujutsu
  74. How long had unarmed combat martial arts been practiced in Japan?
    A long time
  75. Name the three parts of unarmed combat in English and Japanese.
    • Throwing techniques/Nage-waza,
    • Grappling techniques/Katame-waza,
    • Striking techniques/Atemi-waza
  76. Name the three parts of a judo throw in English.
    • The initial balance break/Kuzushi,
    • The act of turning in and fitting into the throw/Tsukuri,
    • The execution and completion of the throw/Kaka
  77. List the belt ranks in order by color
    White, Yellow, Orange, Green, Brown, Black, Red and White, Red
  78. Name the two divisions of throwing techniques in English and Japanese
    • Standing techniques/Tachi-waza,
    • Sacrifice techniques/Sutemi-waza
  79. Name the three divisions of standing throwing techniques in English and Japanese
    • Hand Techniques/Te-waza,
    • Hip techniques/Koshi-waza,
    • Foot and leg techniques/Ashi-waza
  80. Name the two divisions of throwing techniques in English and Japanese
    • Rear sacrifice techniques/ Ma-sutemi-waza
    • Side sacrifice techniques/Yoko-sutemi-waza
  81. What are the ordinal nubers between one and ten in Japanese
    Ichi, ni, san, shi, Go, rokyu, Shichi, Hachi, Ku, Ju
  82. Major Outer Reaping
    O-Soto-Gari
  83. Major Hip Throw
    O-Goshi
  84. Minor Inner Reaping
    Ko-Uchi-Gari
  85. Minor Outer Reaping
    Ko-Soto-Gari
  86. Lift Pull Hip
    Tsuri-Komi-Goshi
  87. Outside Body Wrap
    Soto-Maki-Komi
  88. Floating Technique
    Uki-waza
  89. Shoulder Throw
    Seoi-Nage
  90. Single wing lock
    Kata-ha-jime
  91. Sliding lapel strangle
    Okuri-eri-jime
  92. Pins/Holds
    • Kesa-Gatame (scarf hold),
    • Kata-Gatame (shoulder hold),
    • Kami-shiho-gatana (upper four quarters hold),
    • Ushiro-Kesa-gatame (reverse scarf hold),
    • Yoko-shiho-gatame (side four quarters),
    • Tate-shiho-gatame (lengthways locking four quarters),

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