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Fundamentals of Judo
by Nakabayashi, Sadaki Yoshihiro Uchida, and George Uchida
Published: 1964
Publisher: The Ronald Press Company New York
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about the authors Sadaki Nakabayashi, Japanese intercollegiate champion for three consecutive years, is one of the world's highest-ranking judo experts, holding a seventh degree black belt. He is currently teaching and demonstrating judo in the United States Yoshihiro Uchida is Assistant Professor of Physical Education at San Jose State College. He is also Chairman of the United States Olympic Judo Committee and United States Olympic Judo Coach, President of the National Collegiate Judo Association, and Executive Committee member and Past President of the Judo Black Belt Federation. Professor Uchida holds a sixth degree black belt. George Uchida, who coaches wrestling and judo at the University of California, Berkeley, in 1963 wrote the Judo Contest Rules for the Amateur Athletic Uino Judo Handbook. He also wrote the first contest rules for the Judo Black belt Federation of the United States. Mr. Uchida is a fifth degree black belt.
Contents 1 History of Judo-Judo in the Olympics; Judo in the United states 2 Principles and Objectives of Judo 3 The Rei-Tachi-Rei (Standing Bow); Za-Rei (Kneeling Bow); Sei-Za (Kneeling Position) 4 Judo Rank 5 The Dojo-Things to Remember 6 Judo Gi-How to wear a judo gi; Things to remember 7 Classification of Techniques-Nage Waza (Throwing Techniques); Katame Waza (Mat Techniques) 8 Proper Practice and traiing Procedures-Practice methods; Judo training procedure; Randori Traing methods and procedures Part 2 Nage Waza (Throwing Techniques) 9 Posture-Shizen Tai (Natural Posture); Jigo Tai (Defensive stance) 10. Hand-Grip Methods (Kumi-Kata)-Shizen Hon Tai (Hand Grip from the basic natural posture); Jigo Tai (Hand-grip method n the defensive stance); Ideal distance, or Ma-Ai, with partner 11. Falling Meghods (Ukemi)-Types of ukemi; Steps involved in learning the ukemi; Focal point of the ukemi; Points to remember; Koho ukemi (Back falls); O-Ho ukemi (side falls); Zenpo ukemi (Front falls) 12. Tranfer of body distribution-Shintai Movement (advancing and retreating); Taisabaki (Body movement) 13. Methods of using force 14. Off-balancing (Kuzushi) 15. Making and Application of a throw (Tsukuri and Kake)-Ideal timing for Tsukuri 16. Free-exercise Technique (Randori Waza)-General explanation; Explanation involving throwing techniques (Nage waza) 17. Throwing techniques--Hiza-Guruma (Knee wheel); De-Ashi-Barai (Advancing foot sweep); Uki-Gokshi (Floating Hip throw); Ogoshi (Major hip throw); Okuri-Ashi-Barai (Retreating Foot sweep); Osoto Gari (Major outside leg throw); Tsuri-Komi-Goshi (Lifting hip throw); Sode Tsuri-Komi-Goshi (Sleeve-lifting hip throw); Seoi Nage (Shoulder throw); Sasae Tsuri-Komi Ashi (Propping, Lifting ankle sweep); Tai Otoshi (Body drop); Kouchi Gari (Minor inside reap); Ouchi Gari (Major inside reap); Harai-Goshi (Sweeping hip throw); Kosoto gari (Minor Outside reap); Kosoto Gake (Minor outside hook); Uchi Mata (Inside thigh throw); Hane Goshi (Springing hip throw); Harai Tsuri-Komi Ashi (Sweeping, lifting ankle throw); Kouchi Gake (Minor inside hooking); Tomoe Nage (Catapult throw); Kata Guruma (Shoulder-Wheel); Uki Otoshi (Floating Drop); Ushiro Goshi (Rear hip throw); Utsuri Goshi (Revolving hip throw); Supplementary Contest techniques Part 3 Katame Waza (Mat techniques) 18. Osae Komi Waza (Hold down techniques)--Essential points of Osae Komi Waza; Kesa Gatame (Scarf hold); Kata Gatame (Shoulder hold down); Kamishiho Gatame (Upper Four-corner hold down); Yoko Shiho Gatame (Side four-corner hold down); Tate Shiho Gatame (Vertical four-corner hold down) 19. Shime Waza (Choking techniques)--Essentials of the Shime Waza; Juji Jime (Cross Choke); Hadaka Jume (Naked choke); Okuri Eri Jime (Far-collar choke); Kata Ha Jime (Single Arm Choke); Ryo Te Jime (Two-hand choke); Tsukkome Jime (Sliding choke); Sode Guruma Jime (Sleeve wheel choke); Kata Te Jime (Kata Ude Jime) (One-handed choke); Kansetsu Waza (Joint-lock techniques); Essentials of Kansetsu Waza; Ude Garami (Double wrist lock); Ude Hishigi Juji Gatame (Arm bar over cross body); Ude Hishigi Ude Gatame (Twisting arm bar) Appendix Sample Lesson Plan I Sample Lesson Plan II Glossary Index

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