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314 East Main St.
Lexington, OH 44904

419-884-3888

 

8640 Cotter St.

Lewis Center, OH 43035

614-365-1774

 

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Lewis Center Schedule

 


Lewis Center Academy Effective 6/01/15

*Please note that for weeks 6/15 and 6/22, Mon & Wed schedule will be flipped to have BJJ at 7pm and Self Defense at 8pm so we can analyze attendance rates and decide final schedule for these classes. There is no schedule change for other classes during those weeks.

 

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

SATURDAY

Little Dragons

 

5:00- 5:40pm

 

5:00-5:40pm

 

Kid-Jitsu
Beginner

5:00-5:50pm

 

5:00-5:50pm

 

10:00 -10:50am

Kid-Jitsu
Advanced

6:00-6:50pm

 

6:00-6:50pm

 

10:00 -10:50am

Teen Gracie
Jiu-jitsu

 

6:00-7:00pm

 

6:00-7:00pm

 

Kick Boxing

 

7:00-8:00pm

 

7:00-8:00pm

 

Self Defense*

7:00-8:00pm

 

7:00-8:00pm

   

Gracie Brazilian
Jiu-jitsu*

10:00-11:00am
8:00-9:00pm

8:00-9:00pm

10:00-11:00am

8:00-9:00pm

8:00-9:00pm

 

Advanced Jiu-jitsu

       

11:00am - 12:00pm

OPEN MAT

11:00-11:30am

9:00-9:30pm

9:00-9:30pm

11:00-11:30am

9:00-9:30pm

9:00-9:30pm


12:00-2:00pm

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Lexington Schedule

 


Lexington Academy Effective 6/01/15

 

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

SATURDAY

Little Dragons A

4:00- 4:40pm

 

4:00- 4:40pm

   

Little Dragons B

 

4:00- 4:40pm

 

4:00- 4:40pm

 

Kid-Jitsu
Beginner

 

5:00-5:50pm

    

 

5:00-5:50pm

9:00 -

9:50am

Kid-Jitsu
Advanced

 

6:00-6:50pm

 

6:00-6:50pm

9:00 -

9:50am

Teen Gracie 
Jiu-jitsu

5:00-6:00pm

 

5:00-6:00pm

 

10:00-

11:00am

Self Defense

6:15-7:00pm

       

Advanced CBJ
Brown & Black

   

6:15-7:00pm

   

Kickboxing

7:15-8:00pm

 

7:15-8:00pm

   

Gracie
Jiu-jitsu

 

7-8:15pm

 

9:30-10:45am

7:00-8:15pm

 

OPEN MAT

 

8:15-8:45pm

 

8:15-8:45pm

11:00pm â 1:00pm

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Team Chitwood Headquarters

314 East Main St
Lexington, OH, 44904

Phone: (419) 884-3888


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8640 Cotter St
Lewis Center, OH, 43035

Phone: (614) 365-1774


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September 22nd- Kid Jitsu Test Lewis Center

September 23rd- Kid Jitsu Test Lexington

October 1st- Tshirt season is over. Full uniforms in Kids classes

October 18th- Copa Do Ohio Grappling Tournament

October 20th- Kid Jitsu Lewis Center

October 21st- Kid Jitsu Lexington

October 21st- Little Dragons Test Lewis Center T/Sat

October 22nd- Little Dragons Test Lewis Center M/W

October 22nd- Little Dragons Test Lexington M/W

October 23rd- Little Dragons Test Lexington T/Th

October 25th- Adult BJJ Pressure Test

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Fitness Programs

 


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Kid Jitsu Curriculum

 


Kid Jitsu Curriculum
  White/Yellow Belt
  White/Orange Belt
  White/Green Belt
  White/Blue Belt
  White/Purple Belt
  White/Brown Belt
  Yellow/White Belt
  Orange/White Belt
  Green/White Belt
  Blue/White Belt
  Purple/White Belt
  Brown/White Belt
  Gray Belt
 
KID JITSU CURRICULUM
 
WHITE/YELLOWBELT TEST
Verbal
1. Count 1-10 in Japanese: Sir/Ma'am, counting to 10 in Japanese is as follows: (itchy, knee, san, chi, go, rowku, seechi, hachi, ku, ju)
2. Count 1-10 in Portugese: Sir/Ma'am, counting to 10 in Portuguese is as follows: (oohm, doy, trace, quatro, sinko, seys, setch, oytow, novee, days)
3. Why do you bow? Sir/Ma'am, I bow to show respect!
4. When do you bow? Sir/Ma'am, I bow anytime I enter or leave the dojo, before I compete with another student, and before and after class.
5. When an Instructor speaks what do you do? Sir/Ma'am, when an instructor speaks I will stand at attention, eyes focused on the instructor, ready to learn!
6. What should your attention stance look like? Sir/Ma'am, in my attention stance, my feet are together with arms to my sides and eyes focused forward with a big smile!
7. How do you resond when an Instructor, Parent, or Teacher asks or tells you to do something? Sir/Ma'am, when an instructor, parent, or teacher asks or tells me to do something, I will respond with "Yes Sir" or "Yes Ma'am!"
8. What is the definition of respect? Sir/Ma'am, the definition of respect is to "treat others as I would like to be treated."
9. What is the "Friendly Handshake" used for? Sir/Ma'am, the friendly handshake is used to introduce myself to others who I do not know!
10. Demonstrate the "Friendly Handshake."  "Hello, my name is... it is nice to meet you."
11. What style of martial arts are you studying here? Sir/Ma'am, the style of martial arts that I study is Chitwood Brothers Jujitsu and I am an awesome student in the Kid Jitsu beginner class.
 
Physical
 
Basics
 1. Tie your belt properly
 2. Back Breakfall
 
Techniques
Punch Defense to Kosotogari to Mount
Maintain mount with swim, swim, spider, spider
Partner your arm and rolls you to guard bottom
Escape guard bottom with Frame to jiujitsu stand up
 
 
WHITE/ORANGE BELT TEST
Verbal
1. Who is  a stranger and what do they look like? Sir/Ma'am, a stranger is someone I do not know. They can look like anyone.
2. What should you do when approached by a stranger? Sir/Ma'am, I will keep a safe distance and keep my eyes on them.
3. What is a safe distance? Sir/Ma'am, it is a distance at which the stranger cannot grab me or lunge and grab me.
4. What do you do if a stranger walks towards you? Sir/Ma'am, I will keep my eyes on them and move away from the stranger to keep my safe distance.
5. What should you do if a stranger says something that makes you feel uncomfortable or gets too close to  you? Sir/Ma'am, I will set a verbal boundary by getting into a self defense stance and yelling "Stop, what do you want?!" (Must Demonstrate)
6. Please describe what uncomfortable feels like. Sir/Ma'am, my body tells me I am uncomfortable when my stomach hurts, I get goose bumps, or it feels like my hair is standing up.
7. What should you do if a stranger grabs you? Sir/Ma'am, if grabbed by a stranger I will fight, cause a scene, and to make time go by. I will create space and run to safety. If I cannot get away I will get my body weight to the ground and perfomr the Brat Drill.
8. How long do you fight and how loud should you yell when a stranger is trying to take you? Sir/Ma'am, I fight until the stranger leaves me alone or someone helps  me and I yell so loud that the whole town hears me.
9. Perform the "Brat Drill." Be sure to yell "NO Stranger, Stranger!!
10. What some mean techniques that you could use to free yourself from a stranger?Sir/Ma'am, I will smack their ears, gouge their eyes, pull their hair, and strike their groin. I could even bite because no technique is too mean for me to be safe.
11. Do you ever give up when fighting with a stranger? Sir/Ma'am, I will never give up fighting for my safety because I'm a Tuff Target.
 
Physical
 
Basics
1. Tie Belt
 
Techniques
Double Leg Takedown to Guard
Rodeo Stand to Bull Pass to Crossbody
Sneaky Mount
Partner Rolls: Hooks (Back Pack) to Surfboard


WHITE/GREEN BELT TEST
Verbal

STUDENT CREED
1. I WILL DEVELOP MYSELF IN A POSITIVE MANNER AND AVOID ANYTHING THAT WILL REDUCE MY MENTAL GROWTH OR PHYSICAL HEALTH.
2. I WILL DEVELOP SELF DISCIPLINE AND RESPECT IN ORDER TO BRING OUT THE BEST IN MYSELF AND OTHERS.
3. I WILL USE WHAT I LEARN IN CLASS CONSTRUCTIVELY AND DEFENSIVELY TO HELP MYSELF AND MY FELLOW MAN AND NEVER BE ABUSIVE OR OFFENSIVE.

Techniques

Tie your belt

Ouchigari to Half Guard
Half Guard Top: Smash Pass to Mount
Partner Gator Bite and Roll
Guard Bottom- Hip Pop to Mount
Mount Top- Bully Disengage
 
WHITE/BLUE BELT TEST
Verbal

STUDENT CREED (see White/Green Curriculum)

1. What are three things you can do to avoid a verbal bully? Sir/Ma'am, Three things I can do to avoid a verbal bully are: #1 Walk Away, #2 Talk it out, and #3 Change the subject.
2. How should you "Walk Away" from a verbal bully? Sir/Ma'am, I will make direct eye contact and say nothing for a full second before I turn and walk away.
3. How should you "Talk it Out" with a verbal bully?" Sir/Ma'am, I can talk it out by turning a negative comment into a positive one then walk away. (Must demonstrate)
4. How should you "Change the Subject" with a verbal bully? Sir/Ma'am, I can change teh subject by asking a question about something totally off topic then walk walk away. (Must demonstrate)
Physical BullyGuardKids Protocal

5. Does someone have the right to touch you or enter your personal space?
Sir/Ma'am, No one has the right to enter my personal space or put their hands on me.
6. If someone does grab onto you what should you do? Sir/Ma'am, if someone grabs onto me I will perform a knock-off technique and be polite but firm.
7. What is "polite but firm?" Sir/Ma'am, with a  stern look I would say "do not touch me, Please!"
8. Demonstrate a knock-off technique while being polite but firm.
9. When is it acceptable to use your martial arts techniques? Sir/Ma'am, it is acceptable to use my martial arts when I cannot be polite but firm because the bully is hurting me.
10. If a bully's actions force you to respondwith a physical defense, what should you do? 
Sir/Ma'am, I will react with a reasonable response.
11. What is a reasonable response to being physically bullied? Sir/Ma'am, A reasonable response would be any technique that stops the aggression and creates space to allow me to go get help from a teacher or grown up.
 
Physical
 
Techniques
Ipponseotoshi (kneeling muscle throw) to cross body
From cross body: partner elbow escapes to guard
Guard top does Underhook Pass to cross body
From cross body: Smash Mount (sneaky knee mount) to Knee in Belly Flow Drill (alternating KnB to mount to KnB on opposite side)

WHITE/PURPLE BELT TEST
Verbal

STUDENT CREED (see White/Green Curriculum)

Techniques

Sumigaeshi (corner throw) to the mount
Partner escapes to Half Guard
Half Guard Top does Smash Pass to cross body then Smash Mount (sneaky knee mount)
Mount Top does Cobra Grip to Shoulder Mount

WHITE/BROWN BELT TEST
Verbal

STUDENT CREED (see White/Green Curriculum)

Techniques

Partner has Hooks and is on your back. Perform Back to the floor defense to Half Guard.
Half Guard Bottom does Blade and Block to Closed Guard.
Guard Bottom does Punch Defense to Cobra Roll and finish in Mount.

YELLOW/WHITE BELT TEST
Verbal

STUDENT CREED (see White/Green Curriculum)

Techniques

Front Bear Hug Defense under the arms: Kubinage (headlock throw) to kesagatame.
Partner does Frame esacape to cross body.
Cross body bottom does Punch Defense to Guard.
From Guard Bottom do Kick Sweep to Mount.

ORANGE/WHITE BELT TEST
Verbal

STUDENT CREED (see White/Green Curriculum)

Techniques

Opponent pushes: Arm Drag to Outside 2 on 1.
Uchimata (Inside Thigh Reap) to Ankle Pick to Half Guard.
HG Top performs Inside Knee Over Pass (Spiderman) to Modified Kesagatame.
Perform Step Over Mount (Pinwheel)

GREEN/WHITE BELT TEST
Verbal

STUDENT CREED (see White/Green Curriculum)

Techniques

Haragoshi (outside thigh reap) to Cross body.
Partner elbow escapes to Closed Guard.
Guard Top does Street Pass (vs wide punches) and finishes in Cross body.
From Cross body top performs Rug Dump to Harness Grip to Hooks (back pack position).

BLUE/WHITE BELT TEST
Verbal

STUDENT CREED (see White/Green Curriculum)

Techniques

Partner has Surfboard on you: Stomach Down Defense to Half Guard Bottom.
Foot Rollover to Cross body to Smash Mount (sneaky knee mount).
From Mount get Cobra Grip to Shoulder Mount and Take the Back (back pack position).

PURPLE/WHITE BELT TEST
Verbal

STUDENT CREED (see White/Green Curriculum)

Techniques

Perform all techniques from:

White/Yellow Test
White/Orange Test
White/Green Test
White/Blue Test
White/Purple Test

BROWN/WHITE BELT TEST
Verbal

STUDENT CREED (see White/Green Curriculum)

Techniques

Perform all techniques from:

White/Brown Test
Yellow/White Test
Orange/White Test
Green/White Test
Blue/White Test

GRAY BELT TEST

The Gray Belt is the culminating test for the Kid Jitsu Program. Minimum eligibility requirements: no less than 11 years of age, have one year of training experience, rank of at least White/Green Belt, have instructor's approval. A student must demonstrate proficiency of all test curriculums that he or she has completed up to this point. The exam consists of a Bully Battle and multiple grappling matches. The Bully Battle: The student must be able to defend against an attacking bully in a self defense scenario.  Grappling Matches: demonstrate proficiency of jiujitsu knowledge in 3 to 6 grappling matches.

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Little Dragons

 


LITTLE DRAGONS CURRICULUM
Yellow Stripe
1.What is your name? Sir/Ma'am, my name is......(first and last name)
2.
What is your phone number? Sir/Ma'am, my phone number is xxx-xxx-xxxx
3.
What are your parents' names? Sir/Ma'am, my parents names are...(first and last name)
4. Demonstrate a back breakfall
5. Demonstrate a Jiu-jitsu Stand Up

ORANGE STRIPE
1.What is your address? Sir/Ma'am, my address is eg. 123 Main St. Mansfield, OH
2.What is your birthday? Sir/Ma'am, my birthday is mm/dd/yyyy
3.Why do you bow? Sir/Ma'am, I bow to show respect.
4.Demonstrate palm strikes
5.Perform "Cover" on left and right sides

BLUE STRIPE
1.What is the phone number for emergencies? Sir/Ma'am, the emergency number is 911.
2.What is an emergency? Sir/Ma'am, an emergency is when someone is injured and I cannot find an adult for help.
3.What should you do if you catch on fire? Sir/Ma'am, I will stop, drop, and roll until the fire is gone.
4.Demonstrate the Self-Defense Stance.

GREEN STRIPE
1.Which side is you Left? Sir/Ma'am, this is my left hand, this is my left foot (must show).
2.Which side is you right? Sir/ Ma'am, this is my right hand, this is my right foot (mush show)
3. What should you do before crossing a road? Sir/Ma'am, I must always look both ways twice before crossing.
4.Demonstrate Rear Leg Front Kick(left and right sides)
5.Demonstrate Front Kick Defense (Basket Defense)

RED STRIPE
1.Who is a stranger? Sir/Ma'am, a stranger is someone I don't know.
2.What does a stranger look like? Sir/Ma'am, a stranger can look like anyone as long as I don't know them.
3.What should you do when approached by a stranger? Sir/Ma'am, I should keep a safe distance and keep my eyes on them.
4.What is a safe distance? Sir/Ma'am, a safe distance is where a stranger cannot grab me or jump and grab me.
5.Perform the "Brat Drill" (Must yell and say no stranger stranger)

Purple Stripe

1.T-Rex Arms- Defend your collar and sleeves from your opponent

2.Ask a Question Grip Break- Raise your hand and wrap their arm

3.Demonstrate Osotogari (Major Outside Sweep)

4.What does "Respect" mean? Sir/Ma'am, to treat others how I want to be treated.

BLACK STRIPE
1.Guard Monster- Demonstrate holding the "Closed Guard"
2.Demonstrate the "Guard Top" position- Remember: Good Posture
3.Spider Kid- Maintaining the "Mount" position while pushed side to side.
4.Wild Bull- Demonstrate holding the back with the "Hooks"

SILVER STRIPE
1.Tackle the Giant- Finish to the Mount
2.Spider Swim- Maintaining the "Mount" position while being pushed up
3.Crazy Legs- Get around the legs to the "Crossbody" position
4.Hold Down the Hippo- Holding the "Crossbody" position

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE PATCH
1.Stand at "Attention" for 2 mintues- Pretend you are a rock!
2.Count 1-10 in English- Sir/Ma'am, (one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten)
3.
Count 1-10 in Japanese- Sir/Ma'am, (itchy, knee, san, chi, go , rowku, seechi, hachi, ku, ju)
4.Count 1-10 in Portugese- Sir/Ma'am, (oohm, doy, trace, quatro, sinko, seys, setche, oytow, novee, days)

I LOVE JIU JITSU PATCHES
1.Gator Bite- Perform the Mount Escape
2.Genie Arms- Perform the "Bully Choke" defense
3.Perform the "Rear Choke" defense
4.Demonstrate "Osotogari" (major outside sweep)

WHITE BELT with Black STRIPE!

The White Belt with Black Stripe exam is the culminatinig test for Little Dragons. Our Bully Battle involves an encounter with an instructor posing as a bully to test a student's ability to defend themselves through any position. It will be a 2 minute test covering all of the grappling games and techniques. This final exam is only for students leaving Little Dragons and moving to the Kid Jitsu Beginner class. Please see an instructor for student eligibility prior to this test.

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CBJ Combat Curriculum

 


Level 1- Yellow Belt

Level 2- Blue Belt

Level 3- Green Belt

Level 4- Brown Belt

 Level 1- Yellow Belt

Max Pushups/ 1 minute

Max Sit-ups/ 1 minute
*Must meet minimum posted requirements

BASICS

1. Fighting Stance Movement – 8 Angles

2. Elbow Escape

3. Blade and Scoot

4. Breakfalls

            Front & Rear

            Right & Left

STRIKING

1. Tactical Boxing Combos Solo for Form

          1-      Jab, Jab, Cross

          2-      Jab, Cross, Hook

          3-      Cross, Hook, Cross, Pivot

          4-      Uppercut, Uppercut

          5-      Hook, Hook

          6-      Jab, Cross, Jab Retreating

2. Bobbing in place vs. hook punches

3. Slipping in place vs. straight punches

4. Back Leg Front Thrust Kick in place

5. Back Leg Roundhouse Kick in place

6. Lead Leg Slide Up Side Kick in place

7. Back Sole Kick in place 

THROWS/TAKEDOWNS

  1. Osostogari to knee drops to street juji
  2. Clinch to Kosotogari to mount
  3. Ouchigari to Heel Hook
  4. Kouchigari to Ankle Lock
  5. Fitzsimmons Shift

Guard Bottom

1. 4 stages of Base vs. Pad

-          Stage 1 – Front Kicks (Weapons Toward Concept)

-          Stage 2 – Side Kicks

-          Stage 3 – Sole Kick & Thai Kick

-          Stage 4 – Single Leg

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2. Escape - Crab crawl, Bear Crawl to Base

3. Knockdown to fetal to Tomoenage

4. Sweep, Sweep, Heel Hook series

-          Instep Sweep

-          Heel Sweep

-          Heel Hook

5. Knee Bump to Stage 1

Guard Top

1. Street Pass 

Cross Body Bottom

1. Bridge to Stage 1

2. Kesagatame Escape- Bridge to Arm Crank

Crossbody Top

Knees to mount

Knees to KnB and Disengage

Mount Bottom

1. Punch Defense- Helmet to trap and roll

2. Trap arm & bridge variations

   -basic

   -Chicken Choke

   -Choke & Punch

   -Head Wrap & Punch

Mount Top

1. Face slap to cobra grip- Take the back and choke

2. Knee in the belly flow- Disengagement vs. Bear hug

Self Defense

Side Headlock Defense

   -Face Peel

   -Takedown to mouse trap

   -Takedown to armlock

   -Hip Toss Defense

   -Punch Defense

Student Creed

I will develop myself in a positive manner and avoid anything that will reduce my mental growth or physical help.

I will develop self-discipline and respect in order to bring out the best in myself and others.

I will use what I learn in class constructively and defensively, to help myself and my fellow man, and never be abusive or offensive.


Level 2- Blue Belt

Basics

1. Back Roll Fall

2. Right Rolling Breakfall

3. Left Rolling Breakfall

Striking

1. Tactical Boxing Combos vs. Focus Mits

      1. Jab, Jab, Cross

        2.  Jab, Cross, Hook

        3.  Cross, Hook, Cross, Pivot

        4.  Uppercut, Uppercut

        5.  Hook, Hook

        6.  Jab, Cross, Jab Tactical Movement

2. Jab Slip

   -Outside Combo #2

    -Inside Combo #3

3. Bobbing

   -Bob and combo #3

    -Bob and combo #3 reverse

4. Cover & Clinch vs. Punches

5. Thai Clinch w/kness

6. Elbows

7. Lead leg Front Kick

8. Lead leg Roundhouse

9. Rear leg Side Kick

Throws/Takedowns

1. Hip Throws

   -Ogoshi to same side armlock

    -Kubinage to Kesagatame

    -Ipponseonage to Kesagatame

2. Seotoshi (Drop) Variations

    -Above listed throws

    -Soto Maki Komi

Groundfighting

Guard Bottom

1. Blade to Base

2. Punch Defense to Cobra Grip

3. Kneeling Street choke to Double Armlock

4. Eye Hook and Chin Rollover

5. Hip Pop Series

    -Bump

      -Guillotine

      -Neck Crank

      -Paint Brush

6. Standing Street Choke Defense

      -Double Armlock

7. Forearm Choke Defense to Arm Triangle Choke

Guard Top

1. Crawl Over Ankle Lock

Crossbody Bottom

1. Elbow Escape to Guard

2. Defensive Crossbody

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3. Kesagatame Escapes

    -Knees to Hammer Lock

      -Frame to Leg Sleeper

      -Take the back to Reverse Bent Armlock

      -Grapevine to Hammer Lock

Crossbody Top

1. Crawl Across Arm Triangle

2. Kesagatame Arm Lock Series

     -Straight Armlock

     -Bent Armlock

     -Neck Crank and Bent Armlock

Mount Bottom

1. Hip Hug to Seat Belt

2. Elbow Escape

Mount Top

1. Face Slaps to Arm Triangle

2. Bench Press Arm Lock

Self Defense

Weaponless Defense

1. Push to Arm Drag Series

    -Pass by Drag

     -Clothesline Sleeper Choke

     -Outside 2 on 1

2. Double Lapel Grab Defense

    -Leverage Takedown

     -Close Quarter Shomenate

3. Front Tackle Defense

     -Sprawl to Bulldog Choke

     -Guard to Guillotine

     -Sumigaeshi to Bent Armlock

4. Rear Choke Defense

     -Basic

     -Rear Choke & Drag

     -Combo

Weapon Defense

1. Single Stick Sideways

2. Single Stick Over Top

3. Single Stick Backwards

4. Gun Front to Chest

5. Gun Front to Forehead

 

Level 3- Green Belt

 Basics

1. Jump Rolling Breakfalls

 Throws/Takedowns

1. Haraigoshi from Over/Underhook

2. Uchimata from Over/Underhook

3. Taiotoshi from Over/Underhook

4. Sasae Tsurikomi Ashi from Over/Underhook

5. Duck Under Double from Over/Underhook

6. Leg Hook Throw to Inside Heel Hook

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