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    noboru

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    judo movement improvement for childern and youth

    Post by noboru on Thu Apr 23, 2015 7:50 pm

    Nice japanese educational video about movement, balance and synchronisation improvements for small childred, next (from 13:07) are special body exercises for older children or youth.

    「柔道きほん運動」
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Fb1fgTSDKg

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    Re: judo movement improvement for childern and youth

    Post by NBK on Fri Apr 24, 2015 8:42 am

    I've been very impressed by the body movement taught in the best Japanese children's judo programs, like the Kasuga Judo Club (Kodokan's children's program under Mukai sensei).  They use these drills to teach basic and intermediate movement.

    The DVD from which this is extracted is the product of NPO Judo Education Solidarity see http://www.npo-jks.jp . It was established 8 yrs ago or so and brings together some of the bright lights of judo in Japan.

    I guess the DVD is sold with written instructional material but here's a list of the techniques with simple explanations (Japanese only)
    Judo Basic Movements (Japanese only)

    Maybe I'll translate the titles only sometime, but it's a great resource.  

    NBK

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    Re: judo movement improvement for childern and youth

    Post by NBK on Wed May 27, 2015 12:35 pm

    A translation of the above techniques:

    Judo basic exercises  柔道きほん運動 
    NPO Solidarity of International Judo Education
    http://www.npo-jks.jp/  
    A. Beginners’ Basics
    B. Beginners’ Applications
    C. Intermediate and Above Basics
    D. Intermediate and Above Applications
    E. Intermediate and Above Practice

    A.  Beginners’ Basics

    1. Side Roll
    2. Rocking Cradle
    3. Head Lift
    4. Hand Strike
    5. Crouching Down
    6. Kneeling Arm Lift
    7. Squat
    8. Side Squat
    9. Split Squat
    10. Forward Lunge
    11. Side Lunge
    12. Turn Jump (both legs)
    13. Leg Lift – Front, Rear
    14. Leg Lift – Left, Right
    15. Leg Left – Front
    16. Left Lift – Rear
    17. Leg Left – Side

    B. Beginners’ Applications

    1. Back Bridge
    2. Crunch
    3. Kneeling
    4. Kneeling Arm and Leg Stretch
    5. Kneeling Arm and Leg Reach
    6. Single Leg Squat
    7. Duck Walk
    8. Forward Hopscotch – Leg Back
    9. Side Hopscotch
    10. Forward Hopscotch – Leg Forward
    11. Forward Hopscotch – Leg Back
    12. Airplane

    C. Intermediate and above basics

    1. Spider walk
    2. Ebi (shrimp)
    3. Wringing Out (‘armpit squeeze’)
    4. Leg Rotation
    5. Belt Pull
    6. Moving Belt Pull
    7. Single Leg Belt Pull
    8. Shoulder Lift
    9. Shoulder Lift / Forward Lean
    10. Rear Overhead Lift
    11. Overhead Lift Hopscotch
    12. Side Belt Pull
    13. Single Leg Side Pull
    14. Leg Swing Hopscotch

    D. Intermediate and Above Applications

    1. Reverse Ebi
    2. Side Ebi
    3. Jack Knife
    4. Resisting Double Leg Belt Pull
    5. Moving Double Leg Belt Pull
    6. Moving Single Leg Entry
    7. Overhead Lift Squat
    8. Moving Overhead Lift
    9. Resisting Spring In
    10. Spring In Hopscotch
    11. Side Pull Leg Lift
    12. Side Pull Leg Lift Hopscotch

    E. Intermediate and Above Practice

    1. Hanging Sit Ups  
    2. Paired Pull Ups
    3. Rotating Bridge
    4. Wheelbarrow
    5. 3 Man Set Ups – Offbalancing (kuzushi)
    6. 3 Man Set Ups – Standing Execution (kake)  
    7. 3 Man Set Ups – Forward Moving Execution (kake)
    8. 3 Man Set Ups – Side Hopscotch
    9. Side Pull Leg Lift Hopscotch

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    Teamed with the above video should be pretty easy to figure out.

    NBK

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    Re: judo movement improvement for childern and youth

    Post by Ben Reinhardt on Fri May 29, 2015 7:45 am

    So, where are the Japanese on using games to develop agility, balance, coordination and speed for kids ? What I see in those videos is a fair amount of pretty boring calisthenics, and judo specific drills (sannin uchikomi, etc.). Anything that addresses age specific abilities ?





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    Re: judo movement improvement for childern and youth

    Post by NBK on Fri May 29, 2015 6:49 pm

    The tiered system itself addresses age-specific skills - most reasonably coordinated older kids blast through the beginner skills very quickly.

    Not sure about games - while there may be individuals that use games to engage kids, the Japanse junior classes I see focus on calisthenics and judo, not games. Maybe some sprints and such at the beginning to get warmed up.

    NBK

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    Re: judo movement improvement for childern and youth

    Post by Jimgo on Fri May 29, 2015 7:27 pm

    Thank you for posting this excellent video link.

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    Re: judo movement improvement for childern and youth

    Post by Ben Reinhardt on Thu Jun 04, 2015 4:39 am

    NBK wrote:The tiered system itself addresses age-specific skills - most reasonably coordinated older kids blast through the beginner skills very quickly.

    Not sure about games - while there may be individuals that use games to engage kids, the Japanse junior classes I see focus on calisthenics and judo, not games.  Maybe some sprints and such at the beginning to get warmed up.

    NBK

    I was wondering, suspected as much, thanks for the info.

    I imagine it's a cultural difference sort of thing regarding games.


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    Re: judo movement improvement for childern and youth

    Post by Jihef on Fri Jun 05, 2015 9:27 pm

    Jimgo wrote:Thank you for posting this excellent video link.
    +1 Very Happy


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