randori

(from the article `judo`) ...meaning `gentle way`), the beginning of the sport in its modern form. Kan eliminated the most dangerous techniques and stressed the practice of ...
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Randori

Randori is a form of judo training in which competitors seek to throw each other without the tension of contests. It is done continuously with a variety of partners of different weights and sizes and is extremely tiring.
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Randori

The exact meaning of randori depends on the martial art it is used in. In judo, jujitsu and Shodokan Aikido, among others, it most often refers to one-on-one sparring where partners attempt to resist and counter each other`s techniques. In other styles of aikido, in particular Aikikai, it refers to a form of practice in which a designated aikidok....
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