Technical Syllabus

Belts

“Jiyutaido” has belt system from 8Q to 8 dan
It’s given sport grades in addition to belts (To the young, men and women)
Belts: white (8Q); dark blue (7Q); yellow (6Q); green (5Q); brown (4Q); brown-black line (3Q); black belt (2Q); black-red line (1Q) and 8 – mastership belt (red belt)

 

Duration between the exams for belts

 

8Q – white belt (3 months training)
7Q – dark blue belt ( 3 months training)
6Q – yellow belt (4 months training)
5Q – green belt (4 months training)
4Q – brown (5 months training)
3Q – brown-black line (6 months training)
2Q – black belt (6 months training)
1Q – black belt, red line (9 months training)
1 dan – red belt, one yellow line (9 months training)
2 dan – red belt, two yellow lines (1 year training)
3 dan – red belt, three yellow lines (2 years training)
4 dan – red belt, four yellow lines (2 years training)
5 dan – red belt, five yellow lines (3 years training) (to development)
6 dan – red belt, 6 yellow lines (to development)
7 dan – red belt, seven yellow lines (to development)
8 dan – red belt, 8 yellow lines (great master)

 

The philosophy of belts (Their meanings in short form)

 

8Q – white belt – Student is like white paper, like clear sky. What you write to this,
how you color it, it’ll develop with its way. Students are also like this.
7Q – dark blue belt (or blue) – Students are like blue clouds on the clear sky. It
shows that student’s already perceived something in “Jiyutaido”. He’s already
created his own little source of knowledge like blue clouds on the clear white sky.
6Q – yellow belt – It shows the student’s got new energies and been more active.
In yellow belt the student shows how he strives for victory believing in himself.
When the Sun rises nature is filled with enegy and glee. All nature comes to life.
5Q – green belt – The student gets energy from knowledge like the nature gets
from the Sun. He becomes more active, improves his techniques and knowledge. It
seems like the nature is covered with greenness and comes to life.
4Q – brown belt –The student has to test his knowledge in competitions working
on his own techniques to improve his knowledge like the nature needs soil to be
covered with greenness.
3Q – brown-black line – Fighter begins to share more time for knowledge to
increase his strength like human fertilises soil to firm it (to psychological
preparation, philosophy and medical sciences).
2Q – black belt – Every day has its night. Like growing old and becoming wise.
Wisdom comes with ages. Because human lives seeing every face of life. Human
sees both wrong and right in life. Fighter develops and becomes wise with
training not only physically, but also develops his knowledge.
1Q – black-red line – After human goes this way for long years he looks back and
sees everyhing’s been gained at the cost of his soul, health and most importantly
his life. Fighter also sees he’s sacrificed his life to become wise when he looks
back to the years he trained.

1 dan – red belt – The regular line-up of universe is like the way how the student passes from white belt to red belt. Student’s already been turned to be a master due to his way he passed. He’s gained it at the cost of his life.

“Jiyutaido” Belt System (grading)
White belt (8Q)
(3 months training)

Posture: Fuko – Dachi
Blow with the hand: Seiken Ago Uchi (Jodan, Chudan), Seiken Mavasi Uchi
(Jodan, Chudan)
Defence with the hand: Jodan Shotei Uke, Joda Morose Shotei Uke
Kick: Hiza Geri (with knee), Mavasi Geri Gedan (semicircular kick to the knee)
Casting trick: To cast from right and left (Bedro)
Kata: Kihon Sono Ich
Kumite: 3 freestyle fightings (“S” or “T”), 2 minutes
Theory: Rolling up the kimono and tightening the belt. What does “Jiyutaido”
mean?
Condition: 3 minutes Hiza Geri, 25 light presses on fists (Seiken), 5 presses on
open hands, 3 times on fingers, 30 presses, 20 times sit and rise, walking in bridge
pose, spinning on the head and walking on hands

 

Dark blue(blue) belt (7Q)
(3 months training)

 

Posture: Kamae Dachi
Blow with the hand: Seiken Aroshi Uchi Chudan (hit to the chest), Seiken Shita
Uchi Chudan (hit to the stomach)
Defence with the hand: Kote Uke Chudan
Kick: Mae Geri (Jodan, Chudan), Mae Keage (Jodan)
Casting tricks: To cast 45° holding from head (left and right)
Kata: Kihon Sono Ni
Kumite: 4 freestyle fightings (“S” or “T”), 2 minutes
Theory: Importance of Kata. What’s the Combination technique?
Condition: 4 minutes Mae Geri (Jodan), 35 light presses on fists (Seiken), 5
presses on open hands, 5 times on fingers, 30 presses, 20 times sit and rise,
walking in bridge pose, flick flack and walking on hands

 

Yellow belt (6Q)
(4 months training)

 

Posture: Kamae Dachi
Blow with the hand: Hiza Uchi Chudan, Shuto Uchi Chudan (hit to the shoulders)
Defence with the hand: Morote Shotei Uke Gedan
Kick: Mavasi Geri (Jodan and Chudan)
Casting tricks: To cast from left and right holding from armpit, to drag with foot
Kata: Kihon Sono San
6 freestyle fightings, 2 minutes
Theory: History of “Jiyutaido”
Condition: 4 minutes Mae Geri (Jodan), 30 light presses on fists (Seiken), 5 presses on open hands, 5 times on fingers, 40 presses, 20 times sit and rise, walking in bridge pose, spinning on the head and walking on hands

 

Green belt (5Q)
(4 months training)

 

Posture: Kamae Dachi
Blow with the hand: Tetsui hit to the body
Defence with the hand: Shotei Uke Chudan
Kick: Yoko Geri (Jodan and Chudan), Mavasi Soto Keage, Mavasi Uchi Keage, Yoko Keage
Tricks: To apply a breaking trick towards the opponent’s hands in a standing position, to apply a breaking trick towards the opponent taking the advantage of the opponent’s holding
Kata: Kihon Sono Yon
Kumite: 8 freestyle fightings (“S” or “T”), 2 minutes
Theory: About physiological use of breath
Condition: 5 minutes Yoko geri (Jodan), 5 minutes Soto and Uchi Keage (in act), 30 light presses on fists (Seiken), 20 presses on open hands, 10 times on fingers, 50 presses, 30 times sit and rise, 10 times jumping (to stretch knees towards chest), walking in bridge pose, standing up from bridge pose and walking on hands

Brown belt (4Q)
(5 months training)

 

Posture: Kamae Dachi
Blow with the hand: Shotei Uchi Chudan (hit to the body), Hirken Chudan (hit to the body)
Defence with the hand: To drop out of casting and apply a trick. Jodan Uke+Shotei Chudan Uke
Kick: Tobi Nidan Geri, Tobi Mae Geri
Tricks: To apply a breaking and choking trick towards the opponent on the parterre.
Kata: Sempai Sono Ich
Kumite: 10 freestyle fightings (“S” or “T”), 2 minutes
Theory: What does Meditation mean? Questions about the training process
Condition: 4 minutes Tobi Nidan Geri, 30 light presses on fists (Seiken), 30 presses on open hands, 20 times on fingers, 60 presses, 30 times sit and rise, 20 times jumping (to stretch knees towards chest), walking in bridge pose, standing up from bridge pose and walking on hands

 

Brown-black lined belt (3Q)

(6 months training) (III degree)

 

Posture: Jyu Kamayte (free posture)
Blow with the hand: Hayti Uchi Chudan
Defence with the hand: Kake Uke (Jodan and Chudan)
Kick: Jodan Uchi Haysoku Geri, Orosi Kakato Uchi Kaeqo, Orosi Kakato Soto Keage
Tricks: To apply a breaking and choking trick towards the lying opponent
Kata: Sempai Sono Ni
Kumite: 12 freestyle fightings (“S” or “T”), 2 minutes
Theory: Information about the importance of fighting rules, about judging
Condition: 6 minutes Orosi Kakato Uchi Keage and Orosi Kakto Soto Keage in act, 40 light presses on fists (Seiken), 30 presses on open hands, 20 times on fingers, 60 presses, 30 times sit and rise, 20 times jumping (to stretch knees towards chest), walking in bridge pose, standing up from bridge pose and walking on hands

Black belt (2Q)
(6 months training) (II degree)

 

Posture: Jyu Kamayte (free posture)
Blows with the hand: Ago Uchi+Gyago Uchi+Shuto Uchi Chudan
Defence with the hand: Jodan Uke+Mavashi Shotey Uke
Kick: Mavashi Kake Geri Jodan. Yoko Tobi Geri
Tricks: To apply a trick in a bridge pose
Kata: Sempai Sono San
Kumite: 11 freestyle fightings, 2 minutes (“S” or “T”)
Theory: Information about freestyle fighting and its essentiality. The significance of basic techniques
Condition: 5 minutes Mavashi Kake Geri Jodan, 50 light presses on fists (Seiken),
20 presses on open hands, 10 times on fingers, 70 presses, 30 times sit and rise, 20
times jumping (to stretch knees towards chest), walking in bridge pose, 6 times
jumping forward and backward over head and walking on hands

 

Black belt red line (1Q)
(9 months training) (I degree)

 

Posture: Jyu Kamayte (free posture)
Blows with the hand: Uraken Mavashi Uchi Jodan
Defence with the hand: Seiken Juji Uke Chudan Jodan
Kick: Mae Kake Geri Jodan, Mae Chusoku Keage
Tricks: To apply a new trick out of a breaking and choking trick
Kata: Sempai Sono Yon
Kumite: 14 freestyle fightings, 2 minutes (“S” or “T”)
Theory: Information about the founder of “Jiyutaido”
Condition: 4 minutes Ushiro Geri Chudan, 10 times gripping, 40 light presses on fists (Seiken), 20 presses on open hands, 20 times on fingers, 10 times on 3 fingers, 10 times on 2 fingers, 20 times jumping (to stretch knees towards chest), walking in bridge pose, 6 times jumping forward and backward over head and walking on hands

Red belt 1 dan (Candidate for Mater of Sport)
(I dan – 9 months training)
(14 years and older)

Posture: Jyu Kamayte (free posture)
Blow with the hand: Oyayubo Chudan (blow with the thumb)
Defence with the hand: Osai Uke (Chudan)
Kick: Kaytengeri Jodan, Ushiro Mavashi Geri (Jodan, Gedan)
Tricks: To apply a breaking and choking trick towards the lying opponent
Kata: Sansei Sono Ich
Kumite: 15 freestyle fightings, 2 minutes (“S” or “T”)
Theory: To know well the essentiality of techniques of “Jiyutaido”
Condition: 5 minutes Ushiro Mavashi Geri Jodan, 50 light presses on fists (Seiken), 40 presses on open hands, 30 times on fingers, 20 times on 3 fingers, 100 presses, 40 times sit and rise, 20 times jumping (to stretch knees towards chest), walking in bridge pose, 7 times jumping forward and backward over head and walking on hands
Questions about first medical aid

 

Red belt 2 dan (Master of Sport)
(II dan – 1 year training)
(17 years and older)


Posture: Jyu Kamayte
Blow with the hand: Koto Uchi Chudan, Seiken Tetsui Chudan
Defence with the hand: Morote Koto Uke
Kick: Tobi Ushiro Geri, Tobi Mavashi Geri
Defence with the legs: Gedan Mavashi Uke (hoisting the knees)
Kata: Sansei Sono Ni
Kumite: 17 freestyle fightings, 2 minutes (“S” or “T”)
Theory: Information about the phylosophy and psychology of “Jiyutaido”
Condition: 40 light presses on fists (Seiken) 50 presses on open hand, 10 times on fingers, 10 times on 3 fingers, 100 presses, 50 times sit and rise, walking in bridge pose, 10 times jumping forward and backward over head and walking on hands
Questions about first medical aid

 

Red belt 3 dan
(III dan – 2 years training)
(20 years and older)

 

Reference of masters
To know and perceive the philosophy of “Jiyutaido”
To know about the psychology of “Jiyutaido”
To know about the first medical aid
Information about meditation
Information about breath controlling movements (Nogare 1 – Lightly controlling of breath, Nogare 2 – Lightly controlling of heart, Nogare 3 – To relax body, Ibuki – Controlling of power to calm down body completely)
White belt (from 8Q to 2 dan red belt). To answer the questions or to perform them visiually asked by the Technical Committee with the will of examiner.
Kata: Master (Shihan)

 

Red belt 4 dan
(IV dan – can be given 2 years later)
(30 years and older)

 

IV dan is similarly accepted as in the III dan.

Reference of masters
To know and perceive the philosophy of “Jiyutaido”
To know about the psychology of “Jiyutaido”
To know about the first medical aid
Information about meditation
Information about breath controlling movements (Nogare 1 – Lightly controlling of breath, Nogare 2 – Lightly controlling of heart, Nogare 3 – To relax body, Ibuki – Controlling of power to calm down body completely)

 

Red belt 5 dan

 

Can only be presented at least 3 years later after getting IV dan red belt
The person can get this belt for his services in “Jiyutaido” and for promulgating
this sport in his country or worldwide
The decision of the Members of Commission
Affirmation of the presentation by the Great Master

 

Red belt 6 dan

 

– Can be presented a year later after getting V dan red belt
– For his services in “Jiyutaido”
– For the development of this sport in regions (Europe, Asia, etc)

 

Red belt 7 dan

 

Can be presented a year later after getting VI dan red belt
For his new trick or strike (blow/hit/kick) incorporated into “Jiyutaido” (The trick must not be dangerous for human life)
New mastership kata (own). It’s important to give a detailed information about kata

 

Red belt 8 dan

 

The Founder of this kind or the President: The Great Master