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Ivan cortés judo

  1. 2. HISTORY <ul><li>It was founded by Jigoro Kano in 1882. Jigoro-san wanted to capture the essence ofthe ancient schools of jujutsu, with other fighting arts practiced in Japan at the timeand merge them into a sola.De laFederación according to International Associated Wrestling Styles (FILA), eljudo is one of four main styles of amateur competitive wrestling practiced today throughout the world. </li></ul>
  2. 3. History (2) <ul><li>Command judo The place where we practice is called a dojo on the floor mats are about 2 x 1 metersand about 5 cm thick mat to avoid injury called falling. Belts, yellow (fifth kyu), orange(fourth kyu), green (third Kyu), blue (second Kyu) and Brown (primerKyu) make up theGokyo (go: five; Kyo or Kyu: stages, steps). Judo has several kata, mostly created in the nineteenth century porJigoro Kano, thefounder of Judo. All Kata of Judo (except one) involving two participants. Judo Katainclude a series of techniques that are not included in the competitions, includingelrandori, these include punches, kicks and the use of the katana and other weapons. </li></ul>
  3. 4. History (3) <ul><li>The study of Kata in Judo begins much later than in karate, usually to reach the levelof brown belt. The most commonly studied Kataque in Judo is the Nage-no-kata,which consists of fifteen throwing technique. Katame-no-Kata is based on restraint techniques, chokes and joint set. Kime-no-Kata Kata is a very extensive consistingdeautodefensa techniques against unarmed attackers and assailants armed with swords and knives. Here is a link with some techniques of the kata. </li></ul>
  4. 5. Jigoro kano <ul><li>Jigoro Kano, the &quot;father of modern Judo was born in Kobe, Province of Kyoto, Japan in 1860. Fragile constitution, to the point that friends nicknamed him &quot;medicine&quot;, Jigoro Kano began his practice of Jiu-jitsu for reinvigoration. After several years of serious study and constant, not only found a body yet strong and healthy, but absorbed a series of ethical values and moral provided by the Jujutsu. With only 22 years old, an age at that time was &quot;ridiculous&quot; to teach something, with 9 students and a tatami only 24 mts. square, located in Eisha Temple in Tokyo District Shitaya, founded his own school calling Kodokan Judo.  </li></ul>
  5. 6. Jigoro kano (2) <ul><li>Jigoro Kano wanted to call it to differentiate Jikishin School which used to define the fighting techniques jiu-jitsu and Judo. The reasons why Jigoro Kano decided to call his school Judo and Jiu-jitsu were not many, but the more crucial was to make clear that theirs was not a mere school fighters or focused on the defense, were not only techniques, tactics and strategy.Sought a method that would give its practitioners strength and capabilities beyond those of their own Jiu-jitsu. Wanted, with this new creation, improving one's self of human beings from the standpoint of physical, mental and moral. </li></ul>
  6. 7. Jigoro kano (3) <ul><li>As Jigoro Kano himself said: &quot;Judo is the most effective way for the use of physical and mental strength. Through the practice of attack and defense techniques, hone your body and spirit and this will help them the spiritual essence of Judo to become part of your being. In this way they will be able to perfect yourself and contribute to the betterment of mankind. This is undoubtedly the ultimate reason of Judo. &quot; . as to inspire the great masters of karate Do and Aikido. &quot;Ju&quot; is the soft, subtle, flexible, gentle, elegant, diplomatic, malleable &quot;Do&quot; is the path, the path the route, destination, the end. Therefore, the Judo is known worldwide as the &quot;way of softness&quot; </li></ul>
  7. 8. Color belt <ul><li>BELT - &quot;Obi&quot; in Japanese. The practical objective is to fasten the seat belt suit. The symbolism is to unite the soul and body. The color of the ribbon symbolizes the process of learning and growth of a person, becomes darker with the years of dedication and practice. In Japan, where the constancy and perseverance are greater than in the West of judo belt colors are three (white, brown and black). We use seven colors and each represents something different that has to do with what the student develops in this stage of learning. The colors in Judo are in the following order from lowest to highest grade. The KIU - beginner belts </li></ul>
  8. 9. Color belt (2) <ul><li> White (naive - PURITY)  White - Yellow  Yellow (DISCOVERY)  Yellow - Orange  Orange (ILLUSION - LOVE)  Orange - Green  Green (HOPE - FE)  Green - Blue  Blue (IDEAL)  Blue - Brown  Brown (INTRODUCTION TO KNOWLEDGE) The DAN - Advanced are SENSEI - teacher or master  Black 1st Dan - Shodan  Black 2nd Dan - Nidan  Black 3rd Dan - Sandan  4th Dan Black - Chida  5th Dan Black - Ichida Red and white </li></ul><ul><li> 6th - Rokudan, 7th and 8 th dan  Red 9 and 10 dan </li></ul>
  9. 10. Color belt (3) <ul><li>For Teachers give In 1920 the Kodokan Institute (founded in 1883 by Jigoro Kano as the first school of Judo), establishes standards for kyu and dan belts, and are supported posteriormenmte by the International Judo Federation. Dan means step and from the game of Go and Chinese origin played with black and white marbles. It was in 1883 when colors are set to give grades, which host most Japanese martial arts.Standards in the Kodokan down to 8 º dan, offered to the president of that institution granting 9 th and 10 th dan. From 1 to 5 degrees: a black belt The 6 th to 8 th grade: belt bands of red and white The 9 th and 10 th grade: red belt. </li></ul>
  10. 11. Color belt (4) <ul><li>Officially recognized as the highest attainable standard of 10 º DAN. There is a myth that the founder (Shih) held the rank of 12 th dan with white belt, but it is not true.Jigoro Kano, lacked any degree to be precisely the founder. Currently in Japan have also started to use colored belts for children. [Citation needed] For children there are &quot;intermediate between the belt and belt&quot; in which he is laying next color bands to get. </li></ul>
  11. 12. Dress and rules <ul><li>In judo, you use one called kimono dresses, kimonos are two types: white and blue, the difference is not superior or more experienced, is simply to differentiate one's judo fighting. In the case in which the judoka was attacking the blue kimono, this would be called &quot;tori-and receiver-uke. The basic rules to know about a judoka, are: Rei-salutation is always used before a match or class of judo. Kumikata-catch-rival. -Shido-penalty of 3 points, 4 th shido that person will be disqualified. Agim-start- osaikomi-Immobilizer, at the time the referee begins to count. toketa-when this immobilizer escapes. matte-stop </li></ul>
  12. 13. SCORE DURING THE FIGHT <ul><li>Ippon As we have said, or full point ippon ends the match by setting the winner of it. To get the ippon, the referee must shout the word, raising his arm in the air. </li></ul>
  13. 14. SCORE DURING THE FIGHT (2) <ul><li>WAZA-ARI The WAZA-ARI, which is valid for 7 points, is the only other positive aspect that the referee must shout, extending an arm horizontally. Waza-ari is awarded by a pitch almost perfect but lacks the momentum needed or not ce judoka of all back. It is also awarded a waza-ari after holding 25 to 29 seconds. Although a waza-ari is not half ippon, judoka actually getting two waza-aris wins the fight. </li></ul>
  14. 15. SCORE DURING THE FIGHT (3) <ul><li>YUKO It is a projection or release less and less perfect than the waza-ari or a subject between 20 and 25 seconds of immobilization, time will count aloud cornmometrador.The YUKO is five points and although two Yukos (5 + 5 points = 10 points) does not mean winning the battle, they serve to score points if the match is decided by superiority after they consulted the linesmen. When getting a yuko, the arbitrator shall have no why &quot;sing&quot; loudly. </li></ul>
  15. 16. SCORE DURING THE FIGHT (4) <ul><li>KOKA It's almost a yuko and a launch is less than that is a yuko, or a subject between 15 and 20 seconds of immobilization. The KOKA, considered as an edge, equals 3 points and will not be sung by the referee. </li></ul>
  16. 18. <ul><li>http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFM-xRKbSc Some techniques </li></ul><ul><li>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gw_esi-HNdQ Combats </li></ul><ul><li>http://ajaeblog.blogspot.com/ ajae  (Associació de Judo Alt Empordà) </li></ul><ul><li>http://gimnassavas.blogspot.com/ savas  I'm going to train here </li></ul>

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