The official WEB site of The Kodokan Judo Institute, Tokyo, Japan. Kansetsu- waza (10 techniques). Names of Judo Techniques(PDF) Dai-gokyo (group 5). The Gokyo no Waza is the standard syllabus of Judo throws originated in From to the Kodokan Gokyo no Waza was made up of 40 throws in 5 . ABSTRACT. Assuming that the Gokyo is a guide for the teaching process of judo techniques it is reasonable to infer that it must be organized.

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I would appreciate it. The Sukui Nague is the technique with fewer components, with a single interaction between components in tsukuri phase, jdo the arms are placed, for the throw to finally occur.

To better describe the components of each Te waza technique, an analysis has been carried out for each throw, in which the components were identified in each of its phases.

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Rio de Janeiro; I took a picture and touched it up a bit in Lightroom: How to cite this article. Most of Judo techniques can be classified as serial skills, since it implies the accomplishment of a sequence of movements components that seek the unbalance, the preparation of the throw, and the projection itself; specifically, the kuzushi, the tsukuri, and the kake.

August 07, ; Revised: Every movement involves jdo between the Tori and the Uke, that is, the synchronism between action and reaction; in the kuzushi phase aiming the imbalance, in glkyo tsukuri phase the ideal positioning, and finally in the kake phase the throwing action.

Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. The Seoi Nague is the throw with the greatest quantity of components – fifteen – and its kake phase amounts for most of them.


Based on the concept of task complexity drawn from motor learning literature the objective of this study was to analyze the Te waza techniques of Gokyo to verify if they are organized according to growing order of complexity. By Kano’s intention, Judo is supposed to be a martial art, means to physical education and a pedagogic system. In Uki Otoshi the following components were identified: Aprendizagem e Performance Motora – Uma abordagem da aprendizagem baseada no problema.

I got it in the eighties as a kid. To find evidence to verify this assumption, the six sequential Te waza techniques were analyzed: Judo; Motor learning; Complexity.

Thanks, interesting that the copyright info found on the web has been erased. Choshi 9 describes the several articular degrees of freedom involved in the execution of a simple gesture e.

I have this poster still. I found this, gokyp sort of want it for the wall in my garage but I don’t trust that site, anyone have anything on this? Submit a new text post. Motor Control and Learning – A behovioral emphasis. In the Tai Otoshi, the particularity is the fact that the three components are constituted by the interconnection of two components each, and the phases of the throw are not well defined. A guy sells them on eBay I’m pretty sure.

The Kata Guruma is the technique with the greatest number of components after Seoi Nague – twelve. In the kake phase five components are identified: Today millions of people worldwide practice Judo, most of them as combat sport, but also gkoyo fitness, as means to self-defense and many other reasons. So I finally found it.


I’ll find the link and post it when I’m on my desktop. But I like the completeness of your version. Judo techniques can be considered as a system in which the characterization of each technique is made by the combination of the several components performed in each phase of the throw. However, it is suggested to invert the moment of teaching Seoi Nague and Sukui Nague techniques between each other.


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In Tai Otoshi, the following components were identified: Aprendizagem Motora como um problema mal-definido. In accordance with the application of the established criteria to order the Te waza techniques concerning complexity, the outcomes are different to the order found in the Gokyo, from simpler to the more complex.

I had originally bought it from usja but they don’t seem to carry it any longer. An Overview of Task Complexity. Can’t find anything else on him.

For example, for promotion to the gray belt one or two techniques of the 1 st series are required; to the blue belt, in addition to the gray belt techniques other techniques from the 1 st series are required, and so on, until the brown belt when the 40 techniques are known. The unbalancing is accomplished by the displacement of the center of gravity of the Uke, that can be performed in eight different positions – happo no kuzushi 13 – 5. In kuzushi the action or reaction from the Uke is essential, whose movement is received by sensory receptors generating the feedback employed in movement control, expressly, in closed-loop control.

That’s a very cool poster. The selection of Te waza techniques considers these techniques are distributed more evenly throughout the series, therefore allowing a better appraisal of the sequential progression regarding complexity.

The choice of these techniques was based on a more homogeneous distribution among Gokyo series.