The primary training methods of Judo are (1) kata, which was a main attribute Kano took from Kito ryu, means "form," and is a system of prearranged movements that teach the fundamentals of attack and defense. In addition to throwing and holding (also practiced in randori), it originally included hitting, kicking, stabbing, slashing and a number of other weapons techniques.(2) randori, the standard training method of Tenjin-Shinyo ryu. means "free practice", or "freestyle exercise". Partners pair off and vie with each other as they would in an actual match. They may throw, pin, choke and apply joint locks, but they may not hit, kick or employ other techniques appropriate only to actual combat. The main conditions in randori are that participants take care not to injure each other and that they follow judo etiquette. Randori might be considered the Judo version of sparring.