5th Kyu

5th Kyu Syllabus

Tai sabaki (Body movement)

Ai hanmi Same stance as partner
– kosa dori ai hanmi means an attack where the wrist is grasped right/right
or left/left as for a handshake
Gyaku hanmi Opposite stance to partner (mirror image)
– katate dori gyaku hanmi means an attack where the wrist is grasped right/left
Ude furi undo Arm swinging using ayumi ashi tenkan movement
Kiri age kiri sage Cutting up and down with both arms
Shikko Knee walking

Tachi waza (Standing techniques)

Katate dori tai no henka Body shifting exercise with partner
Shomen uchi Ikkyo Arm pin against frontal strike to the head
Katate dori nikyo Wrist inwards pin from an opposite wrist grab
Shomen uchi irimi nage Entering throw against frontal strike to the head
Katate dori kote gaeshi Wrist outward throw from opposite wrist grab
Katate dori sumi otoshi Corner drop (three ways) from an opposite wrist grasp

Suwari waza (Kneeling technique)

Ryote dori kokyu ho Breath power exercise from a grasp of both wrists

Ukemi Falling techniques

Mae ukemi Forwards breakfall

All techniques should be performed using both omote and ura forms
Omote- moving to the attacker’s front (positive side)
Ura- moving to the attacker’s rear (negative side)

All techniques from prior ranks also to be performed with greater proficiency