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Onna Bugeisha Blog Tools Rate This Blog
Creation Date: 07-22-2009 02:01 PM
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From a big fish in a small pond to a tiny fish in a big sea.
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Status: Public
Entries: 86
Comments: 159
Views: 104,995

In General 4th Kyu Statistics Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #75 New 12-12-2010 06:26 PM
Started Aikido: March 3, 2009
Date 5th kyu obtained: November 5, 2009
Date 4th kyu obtained: December 9, 2010
Number of students tested: 3 (2 males, 1 female)
Number of students passed: 3
Number of uke's utilized: 3 on rotation (I seemed to go through uke's quicker then the others….)

Total hours trained since 5th kyu: 268.5
Total hours trained in Aikido: 418
Total hours trained in Iaido: 109
Total hours trained in Tai Chi: 42
Most hours trained in one week: 7 ½ (Aikido), 14 (Total)
Most hours trained in one month: 32.9 (Aikido), 41 (Total)
Number of seminars attended: 1
Number of journal entries: 75 (Including this one)

Techniques on 4th kyu exam:

TACHIWAZA
~ Katatedori ai hanmi- nikyo & sankyo (omote & ura), uchi kaiten sankyo (omote & ura), uchi & soto kaitenage (omote & ura) & kotegaeshi
~ Katatedori gyaku hanmi- nikyo & sankyo (omote & ura), uchi & soto kaiten sankyo (omote & ura), shihonage, iriminage & reverse kotegaeshi
~ Katadori- nikyo & sankyo (omote & ura)
~ Ryotedori- shihonage (omote & ura), tenchinage, kokyuho
~ Morotedori- kokyuho, kokyunage
~ Shomenuchi- nikyo & sankyo (omote & ura)
~ Yokomenuchi- shihonage (omote & ura)
~ Ushirowaza iridori- ikkyo

SUWARIWAZA
~ Katadori- nikyo & sankyo (omote & ura)
~ Shomenuchi- nikyo & sankyo (omote & ura)
~ Yokomenuchi- ikkyo (omote & ura)
~ Ryotedori- kokyuho (suwariwaza)

HANMI-HANDACHI
~ Gyakuhanmi katatedori- shihonage (omote & ura)
~ Ryotedori- shihonage (omote)
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RSS Feed 2 Responses to "4th Kyu Statistics"
#2 12-17-2010 10:23 AM
ninjaqutie Says:
I knew I felt a connection between us. HAHA.
#1 12-13-2010 02:33 PM
Daisy Luu Says:
How funny! We started aikido on the exact same day! Congrats on your recent test.
 




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