Kime shiki (kata) video
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Kime shiki (form of decision) is a Kodokan Judo kata very similar to Kime no kata.
This exercise aims to properly and strongly build your body by developing the fastand graceful movements of your muscles of the whole body. Further, it considerably assists to improve the skillful and decisive body movements which can be responded to any unexpected emergency without losing any time in accordance with the principle of attack and defense of the martial arts.
Kime shiki is composed of the five techniques applicable by assuming kneeling posture with the bare hands or a dagger, and the other five techniques applicable by assuming standing posture with the bare hands or a dagger or a sword, which areas follows:
Idori (Techniques applicable by kneeling posture)
Ryote-dori (Both Wrists Seizure)
Furi-hanashi (Swing-off with right hand)
Gyakute-dori (Reverse Both Wrists Seizure)
Tsukkake (Stomach Punch)
Kiri-kake (Straight Cut-down at Head with a Dagger)
Tachiai (Techniques applicable by standing posture)
Yoko-uchi (Blow at Left Temple)
Ushiro-dori (Shoulder Seizure from Behind)
Naname-tsuki (Oblique Thrust at Left Neck with a Dagger)
Kiri-oroshi (Straight Cut-down with a Sword)
[From “Kata of Kodokan Judo Revised” by Sumiyuki Kotani, Yoshimi Osawa, and Yuichi Hirose (1968)]