Please be aware that for Jiyu Ippon Set 5, the counter that is applied after the sweep or takedown is completely free and is the defenders choice. The images shown here depict a "possible" counter.
Also, the use of the arm to assist in the takedown can only account for about 30% of the manoeuvre, the sweep must be the deciding factor in the attacker going down.
Please remember, after the takedown, the choice of counter is your own!
|Attacker and defender in jiyu-dachi|
Attacker: Step in chudan oi-zuki
Defender: Slide back, right downward teisho block to wrist, grab the gi
|Defender: Right ushiro mawashigeri (jodan or chudan)|
|Defender: Keeping hand high, withdraw kicking leg|
|Defender: Sweep to back of calf|
|Defender: Control the arm when attacker is down|
|Close up of initial grab hand position|
|Defender: Change hand position to control the arm|
|Close up of new hand position|
|Defender: Perform own choice of counter|
|Defender: Move away remaining in jiyu dachi|
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This syllabus is intended as a guide only and to assist with personal training. In a grading the order of the techniques may be changed as may the combinations themselves. Any Kata and kumite from any previous grading should be expected to be performed thus ensuring continued practice.
N.B. Remember the attitude, etiquette, manners and above all the spirit displayed by the student whilst grading is as important as the techniques and combinations themselves.