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    noboru

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    Seminar with Gen Yonenaga in Prague (Czech Republic)

    Post by noboru on Fri Oct 14, 2016 7:09 pm

    Czech judo federation organized judo one day seminar with Mr. Gen Yonenaga in Prague last weekend. He is young japanese teacher, promoted in Nippon Sport Science University in Tokio with focusing to judo teaching/couching. Seminar was focused to NageWaza (Kihon - Kuzushi, Tsukuri ; Uchimata; Seoinage; Ouchigari), right and safety way of teaching Ukemi, Katamewaza / Newaza transitions ( preparing (body synchronization) exercises for good Newaza working), Kumite (some basic ways how japanese judokas fight for getting better grip ).

    In the photo gallery from the seminar with Gen Yonenaga is caught some nice moments of the basics of judo. I will try to comment on the chosen photos.

    The entire gallery is here - Author Mr. Miroslav Petrik from czech city Tyn nad Vltavou:
    http://www.czechjudo.org/fotogalerie-2016-seminar-s-japonskym-trenerem-genem-yonanagou

    Yonenaga shows how Tsurite ( "pushing hand" - collar hand) reels Uke's collar when do Seoinage. This movement is different from Tsurite movement in Koshi-waza. During Seionage is pushing to the side and rolling collar and in Koshi-waza, there Tsurite rises Uke's collar and attracts its.



    Work Hikite ( "pulling hand" - hand sleeve) - forwards and upwards - rotate wrist - alias "watching his wristwatch"



    Position elbow in Seoinage (arm is parallel to the ground, not above, not below)


    And other explanations of the position of the elbow





    Look ahead and have straightened body, bend the legs



    Looking forward focusing energy to throw way



    Seoinage position at the moment just before the throw, until then look down



    Same situation



    Óuchigari - A look back over your shoulder and body punch to opponent


    --------- NEWAZA --------
    Details of the transition to the ground



    Detail how to lock the opponent's head with his hand



    Uke deflection phase newaza transition



    The final phase of Yokoshiho gatame



    What intrigued me most? Two things:
    1, foots position when he did Tsukuri
    2, Rei - carrying bows every time began and ended with exercise demonstrations with Uke

    ad 1 foots position when he did Tsukuri. The right leg is inserted into the top of the triangle tip forward toward Uke and left leg with vigorous stamping infeed before right foot (Yonenaga showed up on the centerline.) When feeding back legs bend the knee. This leads to a reduction of the hips, with those then turn around and then come to the correct placement of the feet for Koshi-waza, Seoinage. Foots are good position for throwing, his hips are lower than the Uke's hips and the upper body is upright.

    Yonenaga showed almost the same position in the legs when doing Tsukuri in Óuchigari. With the only difference being that the feets are not positioned to the top of the triangle, but closer to the Uke, on the hypotenuse (the junction Uke's feets).

    Little is seen in this photo, but it is not totally denouncing what I wanted to convey. Please see Yonenaga's position of his feets - tip of the right foot facing forward to teh Uke, left foot (the tip of foot) stamping closer to the Uke than right foot and it is on the center line. The legs are bent at the knees, the hips are lower than the Uke and the body is straight.



    ad 2 doing REI (bow) every time began and ended with exercise demonstrations with Uke
    Bow to Uke is nothing neglected. Conversely, we could see a good (precise with grace) version of the bow always before and after demonstrations.


    Smiling, courteous and helpful Yonenaga


    I hope that my english bad description could be interesting for you. Have a nice day.
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    Re: Seminar with Gen Yonenaga in Prague (Czech Republic)

    Post by noboru on Sun Oct 30, 2016 9:52 pm

    I watched the video with explanation of Morote Seoinage from Hamada Hatsuyuki.

    濱田 初幸 HATSUYUKI HAMADA - MOROTE SEOI NAGE
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FvDn3g9-OMk


    Gen Yonenaga explained the same points with using the same or very very similary way (methods teaching, examples) as Hamada sensei. Hatsuyuki Hamada taught in Nippon Sport Science University in Tokio. It give me sense about similarities in their explanation.


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