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#373210 - 12/06/07 08:53 PM Lesson Structure
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Lesson Plans

What are the percentages out of the following activities do you practice in your club:

Activity...............................% Per Lesson...............% Per Week
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Circuit Training / Fitness
Kata
Kata orientated Line-Work
Sparring Line-Work
Sparring
Self Defense
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#373211 - 12/06/07 09:11 PM Re: Lesson Structure [Re: GriffyGriff]
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don't know what is "kata", anyway...

Sparrings - 30 % (including clinchwork)
Fitness/cardio only (sprints, drills, etc) - 30%
Technique (pad work, pseudo-sparrings, shadow boxing) - 40%

But that's only club trainings (I train on my own as well)

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#373212 - 12/06/07 09:12 PM Re: Lesson Structure [Re: GriffyGriff]
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The classes vary from day to day,week to week.

What is sparring line work?
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#373213 - 12/06/07 09:16 PM Re: Lesson Structure [Re: mad_dog]
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Mad dog,

Kata are prearranged self defense techniques that you practice solo, then you use them in partner drills, and apply the moves to self defense.

You can check the forms and applications forum for more information and youtube examples.
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#373214 - 12/06/07 09:33 PM Re: Lesson Structure [Re: BrianS]
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Quote:

What is sparring line work?




Sparring Line-Work
These are a mixture of:
1.Entry-Techniques
2.Jamming and countering Techniques
3.You have been Jammed, Counter Techniques

They are designed to develop physical reflex responses and to stop the fighter from being wrong-footed.
Sometimes these are drilled in 2 parallel lines (Line 1 contains Attackers and line 2 contains Defender/Counterpunchers) etc.
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#373215 - 12/07/07 12:24 AM Re: Lesson Structure [Re: GriffyGriff]
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We have two man self defense drills that come from specific moves in kata.

Sometimes we may spar 90% of the class time. Sometimes we will work on just kata, particularly when teaching a new kata. The percentages are never the same in our class.
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#373216 - 12/07/07 06:23 AM Re: Lesson Structure [Re: BrianS]
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Thanks. Well I don't practice self defense (although we have self defense classes in our club, but I'm not really interested in them)
By the way I forgot to mention that my trainings "timetable" can vary from week to week as well (except sparrings - we have sparring sessions as a separate trainings session).

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#373217 - 12/08/07 09:56 AM Re: Lesson Structure [Re: GriffyGriff]
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My BJJ class generally goes like this:

Circuit Training / Fitness - 10-20%
Kata - 0%
Kata orientated Line-Work (static drills) - 20-30%
Sparring Line-Work (resistant drills) - 20-30%
Sparring - 20-30%
Self Defense - 0-5%

Class structure is usually the same, but varies occasionally.
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#373218 - 12/08/07 06:54 PM Re: Lesson Structure [Re: MattJ]
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So, where does 2 person bunkai fit? Sparring line work? Or does kumite fit there?

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#373219 - 12/09/07 05:56 PM Re: Lesson Structure [Re: MattJ]
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Hey Fantastic!

Cheers Mat. That is SPot-On

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