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Nage-no-Kata - the forms of throwing - deals with throwing techniques used in Judo. The Kata are divided into five groups and each of these has three throwing techniques to be completed on both sides of the body. An introduction covers general matters such as the layout of the mat, your body posture, moving, the grip and many other items. The next section includes the descriptions of the throws as well as the transition to the next follow-up throw. Each of the throws is clearly described using text and numerous photos in sequence of movements on four consecutive pages. The important points of…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Nage-no-Kata - the forms of throwing - deals with throwing techniques used in Judo. The Kata are divided into five groups and each of these has three throwing techniques to be completed on both sides of the body. An introduction covers general matters such as the layout of the mat, your body posture, moving, the grip and many other items. The next section includes the descriptions of the throws as well as the transition to the next follow-up throw. Each of the throws is clearly described using text and numerous photos in sequence of movements on four consecutive pages. The important points of each throw are highlighted using circles to clarify each point. Starting with the greeting and ending with the final bow, all the picture sequences depict a practically unbroken chain of movements for the Nage-no-Kata.
Autorenporträt
Ute Pfeiffer, 5th Dan, and Günther Bauer, 3rd Dan, started training in the sport of Judo over 30 years ago. After concluding their competition activities, they started to study the subject of the Kata intensively - in particular Nage-no-Kata. Firstly in 1986, they took part in the German Kata Championships in Frankfurt. Following two fourth places, a third and a second place they were able to win first place in these German Kata Championships in each of the three years 1987, 1994 and 1996.