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There is a considerable variety of practice methods and training drills in judo for skills development and considerable flexibility in the ways in which they are used by different instructors. One of the big difficulties facing most instructors is that of managing mat time sensibly nike air max 90 hyperfuse kaufen , so that the right balance is achieved between practice and training. This is complicated by the fact that the average club has members of very mixed ability and experience. Even the simple fact that judo can be divided into standing and groundwork is potentially problematic as there are always individuals who prefer one area to the other. This is another reason why the role of the sensei is so important in ensuring that the session caters for all. UCHIKOMI Uchikomi is repetition practice of throwing skills to the point of breaking balance, without actually throwing. Normally one partner does ten, fifteen or twenty uchikomi on a given throw then the other partner has his turn. The real value of uchikomi is in developing coordinated movements that lead up to the throw. Some people try to do this training without thinking, using it for conditioning purposes rather than as skill training. Methodically concentrating on specific details, particularly the position of the head, hips, hand actions and footwork, will often result in surer, faster progress. Static uchikomi, where uke does not move but provides a stationary target for tori to turn in against and practice getting into position is indeed a very useful drill, particularly with beginners. However, it is important to progress the skill development into movement situations and it can be good practice to finish each set of repetitions with an actual complete throw. To add interest and realism, alternating uchikomi should be practiced on a regular basis. There are many possible drills. Both players can do the same throw or they can be mixed, such as one partner attacking with right uchimata nike air max 90 flower print , turning back out and the other coming in with left ippon seoi nage. NAGE KOMI Nage komi or repetition throwing is the best method available for developing complete rounded throwing skills and there are many types and varieties that can be employed, depending upon the situation. It is an excellent way to develop finishing skills and also to practice the transition from standing to groundwork. The class can be divided into groups of five and each person can throw the rest of his group three to five times. The instructor can insist that the same technique is used every time or specify different techniques for different players or allow total freedom of choice depending on the level of the class. A modified form of nage komi that is quite popular is the alternating kind, or throw for throw . This can be taken a stage further and it can be practiced as randori with the main emphasis being on co operation rather than competition. In some clubs this kind of practice is called French randori. TANDOKU RENSHU Tandoku renshu, or solo practice, is any kind of skill training which the judo player does without a partner. Practicing throwing movements without a partner such as tai otoshi or de ashi barai, shadow uchikomiand shadow randori are all forms of tandoku renshu. SOTAI RENSHU Sotai renshu comprises the other training methods undertaken with a partner such as uchikomi, nage komi, kataand randori which are not covered by tandoku renshu. YAKUSOKU RENSHU Yakusoku renshu is a form of prearranged skill practice where tori and uke rehearse particular movements, combinations or counters in a controlled situation. Tori might ask uke to make a particular defence against a certain throw, hold in a certain way or attack with a given technique in order to train himself on the appropriate response to a situation that might arise in competition. It differs from nage komi in that other elements may be introduced in a creative way, but is not competitive like randori, the thrower and thrown being predetermined. RANDORI Randori or free play is the core of judo training and practice and differs from the other training methods in that it is not structured and does not involve drill. It is comparable to sparring in boxing, with both players moving around the mat looking for the opportunity to throw each other. It is a kind of open ended skill practice which takes place in a competitive framework. The character ran also means chaos in Japanese, conveying a sense of unlimited freedom and possibilities. It is the reason why most judoka continue to practice judo. There is no referee nike air max skyline leather , and space permitting, the whole club usually practices together. Good randori is characterized by freedom of movement, frequent exchanges of attack and defense and is usually punctuated by ippon scoring throws. Good randori flows, one attack leading to another with changes of rhythm and tempo and it should be used as an opportunity to put the techniques practiced in uchikomi and nage komi to work in a competitive situation against a resisting opponent. The intensity of randori inevitably varies depending on a number of factors, such as the relative strengths of the players, the temperature, the proximity of forthcoming competitions and suchlike. RENSHU Renshu, or practice competition, is a form of training that is generally under used in most dojos. It tends to be used just once or twice with beginners to prepare them for gradings, and in some clubs not even then. Since the first experience of competition for virtually everyone is a grading, the least the competent judo instructor can do is put students through a rehearsal and ensure that they understand all the terminology and instructions that will be used by the referee. Renshu has a more important place in training if the members of the club are not active competitors who travel to events regularly. It can be especially beneficial for older players who no longer have any desire to go through the paraphernalia associ.