Acme::MetaSyntactic::kodokan - Official Judo Techniques
The Kodokan Institute, founded in 1882 by Kanō Jigorō, who also founded judo, studies and teaches judo. It maintains a list of techniques it recognizes.
The following subthemes are provided:
The 67 recognized throwing techniques.
The 8 throwing techniques from the first group.
The 8 throwing techniques from the second group.
The 8 throwing techniques from the third group.
The 8 throwing techniques from the fourth group.
The 8 throwing techniques from the fifth group.
8 preserved throwing techniques from the 1895 list.
19 newly accepted throwing techniques.
The 29 official grappling techniques.
7 pins, or mat holds.
12 chokes or strangles.
10 joint locks.
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