The contents prepared here are to be used as a guideline in conjunction with many teaching skills and according to the level of the student and their age and ability. The club coaching award addresses basic induction methods that once completed; the instructor will have a very good understanding on how he/she conducts a session – reinforcing and understanding the basic principles of judo.
To offer instructors the opportunity to learn the basic principles of teaching.
To allow all candidates to experience the education in understanding the basic principles which are taught in Judo.
Be aware of all the applicable health and safety measures and to work within the student’s capability.
Be able to demonstrate in the correct manner. Show all key points: Gripping, posture, entry, supporting when throwing and cover submission.
Explain why breakfalls are needed in Judo and what part they play.
Back breakfall, side breakfall left and right, forward breakfall and then rolling breakfall.
It is strongly recommended that you follow the above order when teaching breakfalls Demonstrate breakfalls from a squatting position the slowly build up to the standing position.
When moving on the mat, the legs should never cross and should slide on the mat gracefully (Suri Ashi), Tsugi-Ashi (as used in Nage no Kata).
Showing correct gripping right /left handed gripping. Using the first three fingers of the hand, allowing wrist flexibility
Normal right/left handed grip
Strangles occur when the blood supply to the brain is restricted, due to pressure applied to the vascular vain.
Chokes occur when pressure is applied to the wind pipe, restricting oxygen to the lungs.
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