2º ESO. Judo 3: Techniques and Scoring system

Publicado en 2ºESO-2nd Term

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Judo techniques are divided into two groups:

 

1. THROWING TECHNIQUES (NAGE WAZA).

     -Hands: -Hips : -Legs: 

     Images: www.judo-ch.jp 

 

 

2. GRAPPLING TECHNIQUES (KATAME WAZA).

     -Pinning: -Strangling: -Joint lock: 

     (Osaekomi waza)                                 (Shime waza)                                              (Kansetsu waza)

     Images: www.judo-ch.jp 

 

You can find all judo techniques in www.judo-ch.jp , with very good explanations and drawings. 

 

Judo scoring system:

Judo has three grades of score:

→ Ippon: a complete point. With it, you win the combat.

→ Waza-ari: is a half-point. You win a combat with two of this.

→ Yuko: is a lower grade of score,and only count as a tie-breaker.

But how to win?

You can win a combat in many ways. The most usual three are:

1. If the judges give you an ippon (a perfect technique, a hold of 25 seconds to your oponent, or a choke or joint lock that makes your opponent surrender)

2. With the higher score. But no matter how many Yukos you have, if your opponent has a Waza-ari, he wins. (Waza-aris are more valuable.)

3. If your opponent is disqualified.   Image: www.judo-ch.jp 

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