BJA JUNIOR 3RD -> 4TH MON SYLLABUS

Welcome to third in this series on the BJA (British Judo Association) Mon grade syllabus. This series is designed to help you as a parent ensure that your child feels confident they know all they need to know before attending a grading. This helps ensure they have a positive experience. For more information the official BJA guidance is available at http://britishjudo.org.uk/technical/gradings_home.php

Official requirements for 4th Mon from BJA:

FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS
Ukemi:  Mae Mawari Ukemi II
Tachi-waza:  Tai-otoshi
Osae-komi-waza:  Yoko-shiho-gatame
PERFORMANCE SKILLS
Combination Techniques: Tai-otoshi into Yoko-shiho-gatame
Ne-waza:
escape from Yoko-shiho-gatame using ‘trap, bridge and roll’
turnover into  Yoko-shiho-gatame (Uke in prone position)
Kumi-kata: demonstrate the right and left standard grip
PERSONAL CHOICE
Candidates are required to  select and demonstrate two tachi-waza and one osae-komi-waza from the BJA Technical Grading Syllabus
TERMINOLOGY AND SUPPLEMENTARY KNOWLEDGE
Candidates are required to  know the common English translations and meaning of all Japanese terminology used in this section

Here are some images and words that will help you ensure that your child is doing the right thing:

Mae Mawari Ukemi II from the BJA Pictorial Guide

Mae Mawari Ukemi II from the BJA Pictorial Guide

Tai Otoshi - From JudoInfo.com

Tai Otoshi - From JudoInfo.com

Yoko Shiho Gatame - from JudoInfo.com

Yoko Shiho Gatame - from JudoInfo.com

Escape from Yoko Shiho Gatame - From BJA Pictorial Guide.

Escape from Yoko Shiho Gatame - From BJA Pictorial Guide.

Turnover into Yoko Shiho Gatame - From BJA Pictorial Guide.

Turnover into Yoko Shiho Gatame - From BJA Pictorial Guide.

Gripping (Kumi Kata), how to take a standard grip:

Terminology:

  • Ukemi – breakfalls
  • Tachi-waza – Throwing techniques
  • Osae-komi-waza – Hold down techniques
  • Ne-waza – Groundwork techniques
  • Kumi-kata – Gripping
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2 Comments

  1. joe says:

    sorry but can you get an animation of Escape from Yoko Shiho Gatame. it is hard to tell what is going on.
    thanks

  2. john says:

    thanks just about 2 do my 3rd 2 4th

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