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    Creamy creamy baileys

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    Lesson plans

    Post by Creamy creamy baileys on Fri Jan 18, 2013 1:56 am

    On the BJJ thread, Sodo started a discussion on teaching approaches etc. Instead of posting there, perhaps we could post here the last lesson plan we used / taught, so as to compare / contrast approaches?

    For example, here what I taught in the last session. I usually create notes on my Iphone before hand and then modify on the fly as needed

    Warmup

    Ukemi
    Commando crawl
    Dead leg crawl
    Shrimp
    Swim feet

    Why are these things important?

    --SOCK WRESTLE--

    Throw ->he doesn't just melt (ergo: throw and call uke to flat/turtle/guard)

    --OPEN GUARD--
    Always three points contact 
    ***call out drill (arm,arm, foot)

    --What to do (push, pull, lift)--
    ***call out drill (push/pull/lift)

    --ERROR CORRECTION--

    (1) One knee touches ground: shrimp/reguard/knees 

    (2) Both knees pass middle:
    Roll to turtle

    (3) Grabs both pants cuffs:
    Swim feet

    ***Call out drill: knee/midline/pants

    --RESET DRILL--
    Kouchi to open guard
    Try to pass
    If pass, reset 

    Throw for throw: 10 minutes

    Cool down & Chat / homework


    For me, it's not uncommon to have the entire class comprise of prep work for a throw / ground work (ie: in the above, all of the warmups are actually ways to move on the ground / hold someone down), throw broken down in parts, put back together, then strung into a series.

    In other words, an entire 60 minute classes devoted to 1 (or 2) techniques. Seems nuts...but in my own experience, it's what I've benefited from the most.


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    Ben Reinhardt

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    Re: Lesson plans

    Post by Ben Reinhardt on Fri Jan 18, 2013 4:37 am

    Creamy creamy baileys wrote:On the BJJ thread, Sodo started a discussion on teaching approaches etc. Instead of posting there, perhaps we could post here the last lesson plan we used / taught, so as to compare / contrast approaches?

    For example, here what I taught in the last session. I usually create notes on my Iphone before hand and then modify on the fly as needed

    Warmup

    Ukemi
    Commando crawl
    Dead leg crawl
    Shrimp
    Swim feet

    Why are these things important?

    --SOCK WRESTLE--

    Throw ->he doesn't just melt (ergo: throw and call uke to flat/turtle/guard)

    --OPEN GUARD--
    Always three points contact
    ***call out drill (arm,arm, foot)

    --What to do (push, pull, lift)--
    ***call out drill (push/pull/lift)

    --ERROR CORRECTION--

    (1) One knee touches ground: shrimp/reguard/knees

    (2) Both knees pass middle:
    Roll to turtle

    (3) Grabs both pants cuffs:
    Swim feet

    ***Call out drill: knee/midline/pants

    --RESET DRILL--
    Kouchi to open guard
    Try to pass
    If pass, reset

    Throw for throw: 10 minutes

    Cool down & Chat / homework


    For me, it's not uncommon to have the entire class comprise of prep work for a throw / ground work (ie: in the above, all of the warmups are actually ways to move on the ground / hold someone down), throw broken down in parts, put back together, then strung into a series.

    In other words, an entire 60 minute classes devoted to 1 (or 2) techniques. Seems nuts...but in my own experience, it's what I've benefited from the most.



    1 or 2 techniques, but you are building skill...putting things together in a realistic fashion rather than a lot of uchikomi then randori (which is in my opinion OK for more advanced judoka who already are pretty good at Judo).

    As the tournament season is upon us (here at least), our practices are more based on the sort of training you described, plus randori. From grip/move/throw sequences to ne waza, with uke being active instead of passive.

    Keeps things moving, that is for sure!

    Ben

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