Chokes & Strangles
Naked strangle (& variations) – Hadaka jime
Normal cross strangle – Nami Juji jime
Reverse cross strangle – Gaku Juji jime
Half cross strangle – Kata Juji jime
Escapes from head chancery (4).
The dropping version of a body drop (2).
a) standard technique
b) joint locking version
Escapes from garrotting, front and rear (4).
A scissors and naked choke.
Spring hip throws (4). – Hane ogoshi.
A front scoop throw. – Sukui nage
A rear scoop throw. – Sukui nage
Sleeper holds (2).
Defence against cosh attacks (3).
Valley drop throws (2). – Tani otoshi
A reverse hip throw. a) standing b) dropping
Counters to rear arm and collar hold, left and right (2).
Advanced full shoulder throws (2).
A head, hip and knee throw.
Defences against kicks to the body (4).
a) round house kick utilising an inside hock throw
b) side kick utilising an outside hock throw
c) front kick utilising a knee strike take down
d) round house kick utilising a leg jam to supporting leg
Collar throw with straight arm lock (mountain storm) – Yama arashi
Reverse valley drop throw.
Randori, from any grab or hold.
Groundwork, with a demonstration of strikes that can be applied
Reverse scarf hold – Ushiro kesa gatame
The candidate must hold a current Appointed Persons First Aid Certificate or equivalent.