Adult rank requirements matrix through shodan



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ADULT RANK REQUIREMENTS MATRIX THROUGH SHODAN


The following categories of techniques and drills are incorporated into the Rank Requirements Matrix of Wabujitsu. The descriptions of each category are generalized and not all encompassing.  The techniques listed are basic requirements to shodan level (first degree black belt) only; the numbers before the individual techniques indicate at what kyu level (levels leading up to shodan) the techniques will be tested. 

Te Waza – Basic joint manipulations for use against wrist grabs and clothing grabs, from a standing position

Ate (or Atemi) Waza – Striking/smashing techniques from any position.

Uke Waza – Blocking, trapping, and redirecting techniques.

Nage Waza – Throwing techniques.

Kansetsu Waza – Joint-locking techniques on any joint from any position.

Ukemi Waza – Falling techniques, i.e. rolling and breakfalls.

Tai subaki Waza – Techniques of repositioning/moving in relation to the attacker’s position and movement.

Shime (Jime) Waza – Techniques of strangulation.

Katame Waza – Techniques of grappling from any position.

Ne Waza – Techniques of grappling from a seated or lying position.

Kobujutsu Waza – Weapons techniques; field-expedient, traditional, and modern weapons. Weapons of choice in Wabujitsu are sticks (hanbo, jo, escrima/kali), walking canes (we endorse the hardwood combat canes produced by CaneMasters), knives, pistols (both revolver and semi-automatic) and rifles. Weapons training is reserved solely for adults of proven reputable character. All weapons from all styles are recognized, testable, and creditable for rank promotions.

Kata – Traditional solo drills of patterned movement, with and without weapons, against imaginary attackers. 19 traditional Japanese, Okinawan, and Chinese kata are taught in Wabujitsu; however, all kata from all styles are recognized, testable, and creditable for rank promotions.

Goshin Jutsu Kata – Drills where student defends against one or more attackers, with or without weapons, in a controlled, safe manner.

The following matrices will indicate in a generalized way the requirements for each rank. Individual techniques in each category are minimum requirements, and we will show as many as possible on the password-protected area of our web page. Trying to describe these techniques by words alone would be time-consuming, and would have little training value. Also, the execution of techniques has to be shown by a qualified Wabujitsu instructor; shihonage performed by a jujitsu practitioner, an aikido practitioner and a student of Wabujitsu would probably have significant differences.

This matrix is offered only as a guide for Wabujitsu students, and also to provide to experienced practitioners of other arts a guideline to become ranked in Wabujitsu. Other experienced martial artists will have to consult with us on the “flavor” of the Wabujitsu method of execution of techniques in order to be ranked in our system.



Students will also engage in jiyu kumite and randori (controlled methods of free-fighting) as part of the evaluation process for promotion.

Additionally, for promotion to shodan (1st degree black) the practitioner will write a detailed essay regarding the legal and moral application of force, how it relates to self-defense, and how it relates to instruction.

KYU MATRIX


Kyu Grade: 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2   1   1Dan  Total

Te Waza

0

2

2

2

2

2

0

0

0

0

0

10

Atemi Waza

0

3

3

3

3

3

3

2

0

0

0

20

Uke Waza

0

3

3

3

3

3

0

0

0

0

0

15

Nage Waza

0

2

3

2

2

2

1

1

1

1

0

15

Kansetsu Waza

0

2

3

0

0

0

0

0

3

2

0

10

Ukemi Waza

0

4

1

0

0

0

0

2

0

0

0

7

Tai subaki Waza

0

4

2

2

2

2

3

0

0

0

0

15

Shime Waza

0

2

2

2

2

2

0

0

0

0

0

10

Katame Waza

0

0

2

0

2

0

0

2

0

0

0

6

Ne Waza

0

5

5

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

15

Kobujutsu Waza

0

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

1

0

0

15

Kata

0

3

2

0

0

0

1

2

0

0

3

11

Goshin Jutsu Kata

0

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

0

8

40

Total

0

36

32

25

22

20

14

15

9

3

11

194


TE WAZA

9. Ikkyo – First Teaching, hand trap hip shift

9. Nikkyo – Second Teaching, hand trap and roll, gooseneck

8. Sankyo – Third Teaching, double knife hand trap and cut

8. Yonkyo – Fourth Teaching, reverse gooseneck, palm facing floor

7. Gokyo – Fifth Teaching, hand trap wrist roll-over (defender’s thumb on back of hand)

7. Rokkyo – Sixth Teaching, hand trap hip shift elbow break (other hand passive)

6. Shichikyo – Seventh Teaching, (hair grab) hand trap hip shift as in Ikkyo

6. Hajikyo – Eighth Teaching, wrist grab pretzel

5. Kukyo – Ninth Teaching, wrist grab vee-trap pretzel

5. Kote-gaeshi – Outward wrist turn  

ATEMI WAZA


9. Seiken tsuki – Full-twist punch

9. Tate tsuki – Vertical fist, or half-twist punch

9. Mae geri kekomi/keage – Front thrust/snap kick

8. Uraken – Backfist

8. Kage tsuki – Square, or hook punch

8. Yoko geri kekomi/keage – Side thrust/snap kick

7. Fumikomi geri – Stomping kick

7. Shuto – Knife hand

7. Tegatana – Sword hand

6. Nukite - Spear hand

6. Tettsui (Kentsui) – Hammerfist

6. Mawashi geri – Roundhouse kick

5. Shinage tsuki – Rising punch

5. Mawashi tsuki – Roundhouse punch

5. Kin geri - Kick with the shin

4. Hizatsui - Strike with the knee (hiza)

4. Haito - Ridge hand

4. Ushiro geri - Back kick

3. Tobi geri – Flying (jumping) kick

3. Empi uchi – Various strikes with elbow 


UKE WAZA 


9. Shinage uke – Rising high block

9. Chudan ude uke – Arm block middle level (outside to inside, with soto, or bottom, of wrist)

9. Gedan barai uke – Lower leg block/reap

8. Haraite uke – Slapping/sweeping parry

8. Soto uke – Outer forearm block (with variations) using bottom of wrist

8. Uchi uke – Inner forearm block (with variations) using top of wrist

7. Soft double shuto – Redirecting with knife hands

7. Hiza uke – Blocking with the knee

7. Torite uke – Grasping hand interception

6. Kin uke – Blocking with the shin

6. Empi uke – Blocking with the elbow

6. Ashi uke – Blocking with the foot

5. Hard shuto – Blocking with knife hand

5. Morote uke – Augmented block

5. Juji uke – X-block  

NAGE WAZA


9. O-goshi - Major hip throw

9. O-soto-gari - Major outer reaping throw

8. Ippon seoinage - Shoulder throw

8. Single leg takedown

8. Double leg takedown

7. De-ashi harai – Advancing foot sweep

7. Atama nage - Head throw

6. Tomoenage – Stomach throw, back somersault throw

6. Shihonage – “Four Corners” throw

6. Tai otoshi – Body drop

5. Irimi nage – Entering throw

5. Kuzure irimi nage – Modified entering throw (tornado throw)

4. Uchi Mata – Inner-thigh reap/throw

3. Kani basami – Scissors throw, crabclaw throw

2. Hane goshi - Springing leg throw 

KANSETSU WAZA 


9. Juji gatame – Cross-body armlock/entanglement

9. Ude garame – Arm lock/entanglement, “paint brush” lock (figure four) with variations

8. Achille’s tendon lock (ankle lock)

8. Thumb crank

8. Large toe crank

2. Heel hook

2. Inverted straight knee bar

2. Sit-back knee bar (from half-guard)

1. Leg bar from ground on standing opponent

1. Standing inverted leg bar (attacker behind executing bear hug) 


UKEMI WAZA 


9. Side breakfall

9. Front breakfall

9. Rolling breakfall

9. Forward roll (slow roll)

8. Backward roll (slow roll)

3. Backward breakfall

3. Flying breakfall 

TAI SUBAKI WAZA 


9. Back slant shuffle right

9. Back slant shuffle left

9. Front slant shuffle right

9. Front slant shuffle left

8. Side shuffle right

8. Side shuffle left

7. Spinning out right

7. Spinning out left

6. Spinning in right

6. Spinning in left

5. Entering to the rear from the right

5. Entering to the rear from the left

4. Cutting straight in

4. Moving straight back

4. Non-movement 

SHIME (JIME) WAZA 


9. Ushiro hadaka jime - Rear naked strangle

9. Juji jime - Cross lapel strangle

8. Sangaku jime - Triangle strangle

8. Sleeve strangle

7. Kata juji jime migi - Single lapel strangle right

7. Kata juji jime hidari - Single lapel strangle left

6. Mae hadaka jime – Guillotine (front naked strangle)

6. Kata ha jime - Single wing strangle (shoulder-type strangle)

5. Trachea grab

5. Okuri eri jime - Sliding collar strangle 


KATAME WAZA 


8. Over/under drill

8. Throwing defense

6. Taking the rear

6. Guillotine defense from standing position

3. Transition from throw to ne waza

3. Breaking the balance (kuzushi) 


NE WAZA 


9. Guard (open);   Guard (closed)

9. Mount


9. Cross mount

9. Side mount

9. Half guard

8. Passing the guard (on ground)

8. Passing the guard (standing)

8. Reversing from under the mount into the guard (bridging)

8. Passing the mount from under, bringing the opponent into your guard (hip shuffle/knee push)

8. Passing the guard, going to mount, bridging drill

7. Scarf hold down (kesa gatame)

7. Sweeping

7. Taking the back from kneeling position

7. Hooking the standing opponent (with feet) to keep him from passing the guard 


KOBUJUTSU WAZA 


(For testing purposes, techniques will be instructor’s choice.)

Knife: 3,3

Cane: 9,9,8,8,7,7

Jo: 5,5


Short stick: 6,6

Pistol: Above 1DAN

Rifle: Above 1DAN

Ink pen/pencil: 4

Pepper spray: 4

Opportunistic weapons: 2 


KATA 


9. Kihon

9. Taikyoku ichi

9. Taikyoku ni

8. Taikyoku san

8. Wunsu

4. Ananku

3. Pinan shodan

3. Pinan nidan



1DAN: Pinan sandan

1DAN: Pinan yondan

1DAN: Pinan godan

GOSHIN JUTSU KATA 


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