The American Judo and Jujitsu Federation Curriculum

 

The basic curriculum of our system includes:

Shoden – Beginning Teachings

  • Yawara – Techniques of Gentleness
  • Nage Te – Throwing Techniques
  • Shime Te – Constriction Techniques
  • Yonenbu no Kata – Children’s Forms

Chuden – Intermediate Teachings

  • Oku No Te – Deeper Techniques
  • Fujin Goshin No Maki – Scroll of Women’s Self Defense
  • Kiai no Maki – Scroll of Spirit Shout Technique
  • Tetsu-Sen No Maki – Scroll of Iron Fan Techniques
  • Tanto No Maki – Scroll of Knife Techniques
  • Daito No Maki – Scroll of Sword Techniques
  • Bo No Maki – Scroll of Stick Techniques
  • Tanju No Maki – Scroll of Pistol Techniques

Okuden – Deep Teachings

  • Kappo – Resuscitation Techniques
  • Shinnin No Maki – Beginning Level Black Belt Techniques
  • Shinyo No Maki – Instructor Level Black Belt Techniques
  • Shingen No Maki – Professor Level Black Belt Techniques

Additional Teachings added by the AJJF Board of Professors

  • Keri Te – Kicking Techniques
  • Uke Te – Blocking Techniques
  • Atemi – Striking Techniques
  • Hanbo – Half Stick Techniques
  • Goshin Jitsu – Self Defense Techniques

Miscellaneous Curriculum

  • Judo
  • Police Courses
  • Multiple Attacker
  • Classic Weapons
  • Children’s Programs
  • Yawara Stick Course
  • Instructor Development
  • Athletic Taping Course
  • Anger Management Course
  • Okazaki Seifukujitsu Healing
  • Free Style & Kata Contests and Training