JUDO KYOHAN PDF

The term kyohan, means instruction manual. It was originally translated into English in and published in Though out of print for almost years it was reprinted in and is now available through Amazon. The authors are Sakujiro Yokoyama and Eisuke Oshima.

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Login or Sign Up. Yokoyama's Judo Kyohan book review. Posts Latest Activity. Page of 1. Filtered by:. Previous template Next. The book is, I think, out of print in english, but it was published in Italy in translated from the english edition , so I tought that a review of the book could be of interest. The original translator from japanese to english admits that he doesn't know judo, so he had some problems about the translation. The book was presented to Jigoro Kano before publication, and Kano gave his seal of approval another reason this book is historically interesting.

Contents of the book The book opens with an introduction about judo and ju-jitsu, then there are some chapters about general principles such as phisical training, the correct mindset for the judo pratictioner, the concept of breaking the opponent's position, stance and footwork, basic grips kumi kata , and basic breakfalls.

Then there is a long chapter that describes the nage no kata in detail, as a sort of instructional manual. Then there is another long chapter describing each technique of the go-kyo, again in detail one or two pages for technique in the italian edition. Then there is a shorter chapter about groundfighting, that presents some techniques but says absolutely nothing about positions, the "guard" etc.

The techniques are more or less those that compose the katame no kata, although the book doesn't present them as such. Finally there is an ultra-short chapter about atemi strikes to vital points , that gives a description of the most commont according to the author atemi seven in total.

The book has a lot of pictures, that are sometimes historically interesting in themselves e. Weird stuff The book as a whole is a detailed judo manual, but won't tell aything new to someone who already has some knowledge of judo. However there are a few things that I found curious that I'll report in no particolar order: 1 the book is very big on phisical training, and says explicitly that the stronger you are, the better Yokoyama was known as a phisically very strong guy.

The book says that there is a legend that judo and ju-jitsu are not for the phisically strong, but this is probably a misunderstanding because people who are very strong will often use sloppy technique as their strenght cover for the errors, but if you follow the techniques correctly strenght is not a disadvantage duh.

It's interesting that someone had to explain this already in The book instead says that there are only two stages, tsukuri and kake. It says that breaking the position is tsukuri from the point of view of the defender, whereas getting in position is tsukuri from the point of view of the attacker, but the two are really the same movement seen from the same point of view throgout the book the terms of attacker and defender are used instead than tori and uke.

In facts grips to the sleeve are allways between the elbow and the shoulder in the pictures. It's described as a very uncommon technique.

Meanwhile tori wraps his other arm around uke's extended arm from above, and then grabs his own lapel so that he blocks uke's elbow from below. Then tori extends the elbow by pushing down uke's arm.

He poses as a tori for: one version of kata gatame, yoko shio gatame, juji gatame called jumonji gatame in the book , and hadaka jime. Tags: None. Thanks for the review Comment Post Cancel. All rights reserved. Yes No. OK Cancel.

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Login or Sign Up. Yokoyama's Judo Kyohan book review. Posts Latest Activity. Page of 1. Filtered by:. Previous template Next. The book is, I think, out of print in english, but it was published in Italy in translated from the english edition , so I tought that a review of the book could be of interest.

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We and our partners use Cookies and non-sensitive data to personalize your experience, measure audience and provide personalized advertising. You can consent to the use of this technology or manage your settings to fully control the data collected and processed. You are not connected. Please login or register. Written by two of Kano's top assitants Sakujiro Yokoyama and Eisuke Oshima it takes you from the beginning to the senior levels. You will learn throws, falls, locks and takedowns and so much more you will not believe it. I read it slowly, and I did not the finished reading.

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