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Judo, vol. 2 : progression de la ceinture orange a la ceinture marron
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1. Ceinture orange à verte : Nage Waza et Ne Waza
2. Ceinture verte à bleue : Nage Waza et Ne Waza
3. Ceinture bleue à marron : Nage Waza et Ne Waza, les spéciales de Juji Gatamé et les différentes applications au sol
Dans ce DVD vous complèterez vos acquis grace à de nombreuses démonstrations et exercices pour maitriser les enchainements et les nouvelles prises Nage et Ne Waza...
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The video starts out with about 3 ? minutes of praises for Judo and its founder, Jigoro Kano narrated by Hayward Nishioka, a former United States Judo title champion. While that is going on you are treated to some scenes of some Judo throws being demonstrated in very good form.
About 4 minutes into the video, there are instructional demonstrations on 5 different Judo throws. Each throw is demonstrated 3 times and in very good form. The throws demonstrated are: Uchimata, Sotomakikomi, Yokoguruma, Tomoenage, Ushirogoshi.
These names mean nothing to people who have no background in Judo or Jujitsu because they are in Japanese. If you want to learn Judo you will have to learn the Japanese terminology. It's unfortunate for non-Japanese because there are no standardized terms or names for Judo throws and some other techniques in other languages. Judo has a little over 50 throws and is also rich in joint locks applied to the limbs and chokes to cut off air or blood flow to the head. To participate in a judo school you will need to learn the terminology to help you remember what you learn. This is one reason why videos can be very helpful. On days when you don't have a Judo class, you can put in a video and watch people perform the techniques you have learned or the techniques you see advanced students learning and listen to the words or the names of the techniques as Hayward Nishioka says them. Try to say them yourself. When you go back to your Judo class it will be a little more familiar to you. You will learn faster and retain more by reviewing videos and reading books on Judo and practicing what you have learned in class. After a few months you will be able to learn more from videos without your instructor's help. So, when you go to class he wont have spend so much time introducing you to the techniques. He will probably focus on fine tuning your technique and correcting bad habits. If you get into Judo or any other martial arts and discover the value of videos as well as books to help you progress, you will also realize that it is helpful to start your own personal library to advance your knowledge. This 3 video series is just a beginning. These videos do contain the some of the basic stuff that you will have to learn when you join a Judo school.
As I mentioned This video starts out with a demonstration on 5 throws.
Eleven minutes into the video, 5 pinning techniques are demonstrated. The five pinning techniques are: Kesa Gatame, Kata Gatame, Yoko Shiho Gatame, Tate Shiho Gatame
and Kami Shiho Gatame.
Fifteen minutes into the video, four choke holds are demonstrated. They are: Juji jime, Okuri Eri Gime, Kata Hajime and Hadakajime.
About 17 ? minutes into the video there are 2 arm bars demonstrated. This is where I have a complaint because arm bars and joint locks are very useful in self-defense. But there are only 2 demonstrated here. Furthermore, they are not the most useful arm bars. The arm bars demonstrated are Juji gatame and ude gatame. There are many useful arm bars and joint locks for self-defense in Judo. But, these are the only two demonstrated in this video series.
About 19 ? minutes into the video Hayward Nishioka begins to demonstrate finer points about applications of pins and chokes on the mat in sport Judo applications. This continues until the 42 minutes has passed since you started watching the video. This video is all about sport applications of Judo and Judo tradition. There is nothing useful in it for self-defense. But, you will have to learn this stuff anyway if you join any Judo school. So, you might want to have these videos for that purpose. But if you are looking for something with more application to self-defense then I recommend that you buy Wally Jay's book and 5 video series on Small Circle Jujitsu instead of this 3 video series on Judo. Wally Jay is retired now. He was a great Jujitsu instructor. You can still get his book and videos here on Amazon or from blackbeltmag.com.
After 42 minutes, there is a ten minute review and quiz of stuff you have seen on this video by Hayward Nishioka. Hayward Nishioka concludes instruction of this volume after 52 minutes has passed from the start of the video.
JUDO by Hayward Nishioka Part 1
JUDO by Hayward Nishioka Part 3
Foot Throws: Karate, Judo and Self-Defense
Small-Circle Jujitsu, Vol 1 - Foundations
Small-Circle Jujitsu, Vol 3 - Grappling Techniques
Small-Circle Jujitsu, Vol 4 - Tendon, Tricep, Armbars and Armlocks
Nihon Jujitsu by Norm Belsterling Volume 1
Nihon Jujitsu by Norm Belsterling Volume 2
Nihon Jujitsu by Norm Belsterling Volume 5
Buy these videos to grow interest in Judo. O-Sensei(Great teacher) Nishioka's intent of this video series was to introduce Judo, get people interested in the sport, remove some barriers but not to teach it. He clearly states that learning Judo requires an instructor. Karate and weapons (which Nishioka is a black belts in both) are very popular and seen in movies & television frequently. The video attempts to show that Judo can be just as fun, interesting & powerful. These videos attempt to show learning Judo is easy, kids take to it like a duck to water. The Japanese ceremonys are nothing to fear and shouldn't get in the way from learning Judo. The Japanese language used should not be a barrier in learning Judo. Kids can learn Judo, tiny bit of Japanese very easily, make friends and have fun. One can continue in Judo for life and not know everything, Judo can be a life pursuit, it is also complex.
Sensei Nishioka's martial arts classes has changed several tens of thousands for the better. Many students get excited, learn and excell in something for the first time in their lives. Nishioka transformed many to excelled in both Karate & Judo and other facets in life. Mr. Nishoka has achieved many things in martial arts (8 times Grand Champion), movies, business and then went on to earn a doctorate from California State University of Los Angeles. Excelling from martial arts to achieving many life goals is a common effect. At a minimum, martial arts increases their self confidence.
A friend or parent can purchase this video series in the hope of capturing someone's interest, remove fears (fear of the unknown) of the ceremony & language and possibly change the path of their lives for the better. The tapes can be a non threatening way to show them the sport.
THE POWER OF JUDO:
Those learning Karate, Kobudo, Aikido, Kendo, Jujitsu and other martial arts can benefit greatly from Judo. Many of the best martial artists learn more than one martial art. O-Sensei Fumio Demura learned Judo first and then went on to become world renown in Karate. Nishioka won a karate tournament, Nisei week, defeating many black belts while a white belt in karate.