E-Judo

Judo network and forum


    Rensa-no-kata - Forms of Chain Techniques

    Share
    avatar
    Jonesy

    Posts : 1016
    Join date : 2013-01-02

    Rensa-no-kata - Forms of Chain Techniques

    Post by Jonesy on Sat Jan 19, 2013 7:59 pm

    Rensa-no-kata - Forms of Chain Techniques

    The Rensa-no-kata (rensa meaning "chain") illustrates different situations to make a transition from standing to the ground position. It is a German creation - developed by Gerhard Steidele.

    The kata consists of three groups with each five transitions into the ground position. The techniques get carried out toward one side only (right or left) and each get completed with a katame-, kensetsu- or shime-waza.

    Osae-waza
    Tori pushes--> Tori "De-ashi-barai" --> "Kuzure-kesa-gatame"
    Uke pushes--> Uke "Tomoe-nage" --> "Yoko-shiho-gatame"
    Uke moves sideways--> Tori "Soto-maki-komi" --> "Gyaku-kesa-gatame"
    Tori pushes--> Tori "Hiki-komi-gaeshi" --> "Tate-shiho-gatame"
    Uke pushes--> Uke "Ippon-seoi-nage" --> "Kuzure-kami-shiho-gatame"

    Shime-waza
    Uke circular motion --> Uke "Uchi-mata" --> "Hadaka-jime"
    Tori moves--> Tori "Ko-uchi-gake" --> "Ryo-te-jime"
    Tori moves sideways --> Uke "Soto-maki-komi" --> "Okuri-eri-jime"
    Tori moves--> Tori "Ko-uchi-gari" --> "Kata-ha-jime"
    Tori moves--> Uke "O-uchi-barai" --> "Ashi-jime"

    Kensetsu-waza
    Tori moves (in a cirlce) --> Tori "Yoko-tomoe-nage" --> "Juji-gatame"
    Tori circular motion --> Uke "Ko-uchi-gari" --> "Ashi-gatame"
    Tori moves --> Tori "Ko-uchi-barai" --> "Gyaku-waki-gatame"
    Tori moves sideways --> Uke "O-soto-gari" --> "Ude-garami"
    Tori moves (in a circle) --> Uke "Kuchiki-daoshi" --> "Ude-gatame"


      Current date/time is Thu Oct 19, 2017 6:13 pm