United States Aikido Federation Promotional Test Requirements

5th Kyu (60 hours)

  1. Shomenuchi Ikkyo (omote & ura)
  2. Shomenuchi Iriminage
  3. Katatetori Shihonage (omote & ura)
  4. Ryotetori Tenchinage
  5. Tsuki Kotegaeshi
  6. Ushiro Tekubitori Kotegaeshi
  7. Morotetori Kokyuho

2nd Kyu (200 hours)

  1. Shomenuchi Shihonage
  2. Shomenuchi Kaitennage
  3. Yokomenuchi Gokyo
  4. Ushiro Tekubitori Shihonage
  5. Ushiro Tekubitori Jujinage
  6. Ushiro Kubishime Koshinage
  7. Morotetori Nikkyo
  8. Hanmi-Handachi:

Shomenuchi Iriminage Katatetori Nikkyo Yokomenuchi Kotegaeshi

9. Freestyle -2 persons

4th Kyu (80 hours)

  1. Shomenuchi Nikkyo (omote & ura)
  2. Yokomenuchi Shihonage (omote &

ura)

  1. Tsuki Iriminage
  2. Ushiro Tekubi Sankyo (omote & ura)
  3. Ushiro Ryokatatori Kotegaeshi
  4. Suwari Waza: Shomenuchi Ikkyo

Nikkyo (omote & ura) Katatori Sankyo

1st Kyu (300 hours)

  1. Katatori Menuchi -5 techniques
  2. Yokomenuchi -5 techniques
  3. Morotetori -5 techniques
  4. Shomenuchi -5 techniques
  5. Ryotetori -5 techniques
  6. Koshinage -5 techniques
  7. Tantotori
  8. Hanmi-Handachi:

Ushiro Waza -5 techniques

9. Freestyle -3 persons

3rd Kyu (100 hours)

  1. Yokomenuchi Iriminage (2 ways) 1. Yokomenuchi Kotegaeshi
  2. Tsuki Kaitennage
  3. Ushiro Ryokatatori Sankyo (omote

& ura)

  1. Morotetori Iriminage (2 ways)
  2. Shomenuchi Sankyo (omote & ura)
  3. Suwari Waza:

Shomenuchi Iriminage Shomenuchi Nikkyo (omote & ura)

8. Hanmi-Handachi:

Katatetori Shihonage Katatetori Kaitennage (uchi & soto mawari*)

Sho-Dan (400 hours)

  1. All of 1st Kyu requirements
  2. Tachitori

3. Jotori

  1. Henkawaza**
  2. Freestyle - 4 persons

Ni-Dan (600 hours)

Attend 2 seminars per year after Sho-Dan. Subject of exam to be determined by examiner at the time of the exam. Kaeshiwaza***

San-Dan (600 hours)

Attend 2 seminars per year after Ni-Dan. Subject of exam to be determined by examiner at the time of the exam.

  • Uchi & Soto Mawari - both inside (uchi) and outside (soto) movements **Henekawaza - switching from one technique to another. Examiner will call the first technique.
  • Kaeshiwaza - counter techniques. Uke applies the technique to nage. Original technique will be called by examiner (e.g., to apply sankyo against nikkyo.)
  1. Hanmi - Handachi-uke standing, nage sitting
  2. Jotori - jo taking techniques
  3. Katatetori- one hand grab to wrist
  4. Katatori - one hand grab to the shoulder
  5. Morotetori - two hands on one
  6. Ryotetori - both writsts grabbed from the front
  7. Shomenuchi - straight down strike to forehead
  8. Suwariwaza - tecchniques from kneeling
  9. Tachitori - attack with boken
  10. Tantotori - attack with knife
  11. Tsuki - thrust or punch
  12. Ushiro Kubishime - choke from behind with free hand grabbing wrist
  13. Ushiro Ryokatatori - both shoulders grabbed from behind
  14. Ushiro Tekubitori - both wrists grabbed from behind
  15. Ushiro Waza - any attack from behind
  16. S. Aikido Federation Promotional Test

Requirements

Techniques Organized by Attack for 5 th Through 2nd Kyu

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