Jujutsu Classes:

  • Jujitsu 10/9: Knife to Knife- Parry Cut and Double Cut, Larga
  • Jujutsu 9/25: Shinin No Maki- Ebi Shime, Tataki Komi, Ushiro Nage Tori
  • Jujutsu 9/18: Knife to Knife- Block and Cut/Double Cut
  • Jujutsu 8/17: White and Blue belt Vocabulary and Concepts
  • Jujutsu 7/31 + Adv. Jujutsu 8/3: Oku no Kata, Mae Yama Kage, Kote Shigarami
  • Jujutsu 7/24 and 7/27: Oku no Kata- Komi iri, Sakanuki, Shigarami, Kinu Katsugi
  • Jujutsu 7/20: Wrist escapes from the rear
  • Jujutsu 7/13: Okazaki Knife defenses
  • Jujutsu 6/29: Gun Take-Away¬†Jujutsu: Yawara 1-5, 3rd principle
  • Jujutsu 6/15: Yawara 11-15
  • Jujutsu 6/8: Advanced Atemi List
  • Jujutsu 6/1: Goshin Waza- second half, from overhead, upcut and backfist attacks
  • Jujutsu 5/25: Jab and Hook from front leg; Goshin Waza – Straight punch and Roundhouse attacks
  • Jujutsu 5/18: Nage (Throws)- Soto Momo Harai, Uchi Momo Harai, Osoto Gari, Any forward facing Hip or shoulder throw, Deashi Harai and Sasae Ashi; Yawara- 6-10
  • Jujutsu 5/11: Connecting strikes to one another, Review of some material Prof. Freeman taught
  • Jujutsu 5/4: Advanced Atemi 1-4
  • Jujutsu 4/27: Claw take-down from single hand blocks, Cover against strikes, Basic Atemi (pressure points)
  • Jujutsu 4/20: Strikes- Upper cut, Jab/Upper Cut, Jab/Upper cut/elbow, Backfist, Backfist/Cross, Jab/Cross/Jab Jab/Cross/Hook; Blocks- One handed Blocks plus strikes; Two Handed Blocks with Triangular footwork
  • Jujutsu 4/13: Uchikomi (Foot Sweeping Throws solo and using a stick) Osoto Gari, Soto Momo Harai and Uchi Momo Harai are the same movement, Deashi Harai and Okuri Harai are opposites, Sasae Ashi, Soto Gama and Uchi Gama in relation to the above
  • Jujutsu 4/6: Basic Strikes- Footwork, Jab, Cross, Jab/Cross, Hook, Jab Hook with Elbows, Knees and Kicks Yawara- 1-5, Basic escapes, 2 versions

Advanced Jujutsu