Nage No Kata

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Nage No Kata was created to develop the understanding of the theory of throwing techniques and for their practice with a partner.

Nage waza (throwing techniques) is composed of Te-waza (hand techniques), Koshi-waza (hip techniques), Ashi-waza (foot techniques), Masutemi-waza (rearward sacrifice techniques) and Yokosutemi-waza (side sacrifice techniques).

In the Nage No Kata, three representative techniques are included from each of the five categories; each technique is performed on both the right and left side.

 

Videos

Kodokan Video for Nage No Kata

2014 Nage No Kata World Champions

2013 Nage No Kata World Champions

Kodokan Textbook

U.S. Standard

U.S. Score Sheet – Competition

U.S. Score Sheet – Promotional

IJF Score Sheet

Shufu Shinbun is BACK !

This newsletter is presented in memory of Malcolm Hodges who was a dedicated Shufu and Washington Judo Club member for many years and wrote and was the editor of the monthly Shufu Shinbun newsletter.

       SHUFU SHINBUN

MAY 2022

APRIL 2022

Coach Certification

SafeSport Certification is now required for all USJF registered clubs. If you have already completed the course and submitted a copy of your certificate, you do not need to resubmit. For more information or to take the course, please visit https://athletesafety.org/

Heads Up concussion training, through the CDC’s website, is a requirement for all members of your USJF registered club who function as teachers at any time. Please advise all of your instructors and assistant instructors of this requirement. The training can be accessed at: http://www.cdc.gov/headsup/

Hilaire Notewo Seeking Donations for Judo Programs in the Ivory Coast, Needs Gis and Equipment

Longtime Shufu Judo member Hilaire Notewo is planning to relocate to Côte D’Ivoire (Ivory Coast), Africa in late November/December. He will be supporting judo programs, but equipment (esp. judo uniforms) are difficult to come by.  Hilaire is looking for gently used judo gis and other equipment.  Hilaire will also be visiting and donating goods to orphanages.  Should you have gently used shoes, clothes for teenagers, youths, and toddlers, kindly make them available to Hilaire.

If you would like to donate to this effort, you can send your donation to the following address:

Hilaire Notewo

7401 New Hampshire Ave. #1003

Takoma Park, MD  20912

Or contact him via his email address: hilson79@gmail.com 202 945 3781.