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Kodokan Judo 
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Kodokan Judo was created by Jigaro Kano in Japan. What does Kodokan mean?
The way of gentleness
The school for studying the way
Breaking an opponents balance
The gentle art
The first technique you learn in Judo is how to fall safely. What is the Japanese term for this technique?
Judo relies on the art of giving way. That is to use your opponents actions, build, and strength against them. The first way to do this is to break their balance. What is this known as in Judo?
Judo is mainly known for throws and pins but there are striking techniques as part of the curriculum. What is the Japanese term for striking techniques?
In many movies, a judo throw is shown where the star defends themself by placing a foot into their opponents midsection, sitting down, and throwing them over their head. What is the Japanese term for this throw?
Judo is the only Olympic sport where you are allowed to strangle or choke someone into submission or unconsciousness. One of the strangles is Hadaka-jime. What does it mean?
Half Cross Lock
Normal Cross Lock
In case your partner/opponent becomes unconscious, their is a technique for resuscitating them. What is the Japanese term for the resuscitation technique?
During competition, Katame-waza (ground technique) can occur. To win, an opponent has to be pinned on their back for how long (without any score having occurred)?
Usually near the end of a Judo class, time is given to Randori. What is Randori?
One of the Judo throws looks like a rugby tackle and is often misused. What is the name for this throwing technique?
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