Ippon Kumite Kata

The Ippon Kumite Kata comprise the practical self-defense applications of American Tactical Ju-jitsu. ATJ does not have formalized kata that are performed individually like many martial arts systems. Instead it focuses on practical self-defense applications through these two-man sets. Each Ippon is named after the attack it is designed to defend against.

The ATJ Ippon Kumite Kata are as follows:

Note: The first ten straight punch defenses correspond to the first ten movements of the Soft Blocking System. The first move of each Ippon is the corresponding Soft Block.

  • Roundhouse Punch #1
  • Roundhouse Punch #2
  • Wrist Grab #1
  • Wrist Grab #2
  • Wrist Grab #3
  • Wrist Grab #4
  • Wrist Grab #5
  • Front Choke #1
  • Front Choke #2
  • Front Choke #3
  • Front Choke #4
  • Rear Choke #1
  • Rear Choke #2
  • Headlock
  • Lapel Grab #1
  • Lapel Grab #2
  • Bear Hug #1
  • Bear Hug #2
  • Bear Hug #3
  • Bear Hug #4
  • Tackle #1
  • Tackle #2
  • Full Nelson #1
  • Full Nelson #2
  • Knife Attack #1
  • Knife Attack #2
  • Knife Attack #3
  • Knife Attack #4
  • Knife Attack #5
  • Knife Attack #6
  • Gun Attack #1
  • Gun Attack #2
  • Gun Attack #3
  • Gun Attack #4
  • Stick Attack #1
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