PDA

View Full Version : Well, I am going to do it...



Pages : [1] 2 3 4

Greese
8/17/2004 7:17pm,
I am taking my green belt test tommorow.

Here are the reguirements...
http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=5885&perpage=15&highlight=green%20belt&pagenumber=3

Jenfucius
8/17/2004 7:23pm,
does this make you a ninja turtle?

Greese
8/17/2004 7:26pm,
No, I have to advacne a rank for that and get a sword.

Darting Fingers
8/17/2004 7:29pm,
Don't know too much about the belt scheme in judo what would its equivalent be to bjj?

Greese
8/17/2004 7:30pm,
Not sure...at our club it would be close to blue.
After green it is brown then black.

Darting Fingers
8/17/2004 7:32pm,
Good luck.

Greese
8/17/2004 7:32pm,
BTW- If anyone can show me some pictures of these so I can get in my mind which is which, I would appreciate it.
Ikkyu takedowns
Nikyu takedowns/controls
Sankyu comealong
Juji nage

Darting Fingers
8/17/2004 7:37pm,
http://www.judoinfo.com/gokyo.htm

http://www.judoinfo.com/techjudo.htm

Greese
8/17/2004 7:43pm,
Those links have nothing to do with those techniques.
They are Aikido techs, not Judo.

Darting Fingers
8/17/2004 7:49pm,
Aikido?
Ikkyo, Nikyo thought the o was just a different spelling from the u.
It is a judo site isn't it?

Greese
8/17/2004 7:55pm,
Yes that was a judo site and normally that would answer any throw questions...except when the throws in question are Aikido techniques.
I know how to do all of them, but I have no clue on thier name.

Te No Kage!
8/17/2004 8:01pm,
Originally posted by greese1
BTW- If anyone can show me some pictures of these so I can get in my mind which is which, I would appreciate it.
Ikkyu takedowns
Nikyu takedowns/controls
Sankyu comealong
Juji nage

Greese, I can help you out with these, but you have to tell us why you want to know them.....

Greese
8/17/2004 8:02pm,
For my test.
See the thread I link to.

Darting Fingers
8/17/2004 8:02pm,
Ok

Greese
8/17/2004 8:05pm,
OK...maybe it would be useful to go read my first post on the thread I link to.

Te No Kage!
8/17/2004 8:06pm,
http://www.aikidofaq.com/bilder/sensei/endo3.jpg

ikkyo, usually trained to defend against shomenuchi (top of head strike), back hand keeps wrist planted at hip with front hand putting pressure on elbow to put leverage against shoulder