Canon Of Judo - Mifune K. - Book
  • Canon Of Judo - Mifune K. - Book

Canon Of Judo - Mifune K. - Book

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Kyuzo Mifune (1883-1965) is undoubtedly the most famous student of Jigoro Kano. After Kano'ss death in 1938 he became the most influential instructor of th
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Kyuzo Mifune (1883-1965) is undoubtedly the most famous student of Jigoro Kano. After Kano'ss death in 1938 he became the most influential instructor of the Kodokan. He also taught Judo to such influential masters as Morihei Ueshiba (founder of Aikido) and Minoru Mochizuki (founder of Yoseikan Budo). His book, 'sThe Canon of Judo's was originally published in 1960. It is said the book played a big role in founding the International Judo Association, and in helping Judo to become an Olympic sport in 1964. Shortly before his death Mifune revised his work, and this new edition includes these revisions, as well as correcting flaws in the translation of the original. It also contains a completely new layout. With around 1,000 photos of the author and his students, and detailed, thorough explanations of the techniques, 'sThe Canon of Judo's is the only book of its kind to provide such a comprehensive guide to the various techniques and the spirit of Judo. It will be an indispensable resource for all Judo practitioners. In the late 1950s he was decorated by the government of Japan with the Order of the Rising Sun. At this time he was the head of the Kodokan'ss instructors and was a permanent member of the Kodokan Dojo Consultive Group. In 1959 he received the Academy Prize from the Japan Scholar'ss Association for his work in the field of physical education. During his later years he continued to referee: he served as an official at the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games, even though he had been diagnosed with throat cancer. In January 1965, he passed away, 81 years old. Mifune'ss influence on post-war Judo cannot be underestimated. After developing so many new techniques and variations, he even came to be known as the 'sGod of Judo's. Introduction • The Principles of Judo ETIQUETTE 1. Rules before Entering Waza • 2. Postures • 3. Warm-up and Cool-down Exercises • 4. Breakfalls-Ukemi • 5. The Meaning of Kuzushi (Breaking Balance) • 6. The Meaning of Free Practise • 7. The Meaning of Form • 8. Essentian Points to Master • 9. Tsukuri and Kake (Positioning to Throw and Execution to Throw) • 10. Opportunity and Method to Apply technique • 11. Philosophy of Winning FIVE PRINCIPLES: (Principles 1-5) GRAPPLING TECHNIQUES (KATAME WAZA) Scarf Hold (Kesa Gatame) • Basic Scarf Hold (Hon-Kesa-Gatame) • Shoulder Hold (Kata-Gatame) • Top Four-corner Hold (Kami-shiho-gatame) STRANGLING TECHNIQUES (SHIME-WAZA) COUNTERS TO GRAPPLING TECHNIQUES (KATAME-WAZA NO KAESHI) AND DEFENSE OF STRANGLING TECHNIQUES (SHIME-WAZA NO BOUGYO) JOINT TECHNIQUES (KANSETSU-WAZA) HOW TO ENTER A MAT TECHNIQUE (NE-WAZA) REVERSE TECHNIQUES (URA-WAZA) REFERENCE TECHNIQUES THROWING TECHNIQUES: REVERSE FORMS (NAGE-WAZA-URA NO KATA) Hand Techniques (Te-waza) • Foot and Leg Techniques (Ashi-waza) • Hip Techniques (Koshi-waza) GENERAL RESUSCIATION (KAPPO), FIRST AID Breath Resusciation (Kokyu-katsu • First Aid for Groin Injuries (Kogan-katsu) • Drowning Resusciation (Dekisui-katsu)
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