History of the Nage-No-Kata

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The Nage-No-Kata is the first of two randori No Kata defined by the Kodokan Judo Institute. Master Jigaro Kano work out this Kata in 1884-1885 from the lesson received from the school of "Kito Ryu"

Overview

The Nage-No-Kata is composed of 15 throwing techniques grouped per series of three movements according to the five traditional families' of the Kodokan

This Kata must be demonstrated as the perfect application of the throwing techniques (Nage Waza), the body movements (Tai Sabaki), the art of off-balancing (Kuzushi) and core Judo displacement (Shintai). It's the only Kata where the techniques are executed on both sides.


Te Waza Koshi Waza Ashi Waza

Uki Otoshi

Ippon Seoi Nage

Kata Guruma

Uki Goshi

Harai Goshi

Tsuri Komi Goshi

Okuri Ashi Barai

Sasae Tsurikomi Ashi

Uchi Mata
Ma Sutemi Waza Yoko Sutemi Waza

Tomoe Nage

Ura Nage

Sumi Gaeshi

Yoko Gake

Yoko Guruma

Uki Waza

Kata formal exercises:

Presentation area and opening bow

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The first series

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Judging and scoring:

Soon