It contains both aspects of physical education and martial arts and has kata of attack and defense. It consists of 8 movements of Tandoku-renshu (Solo practice) and 9 movements of Sotai-renshu (Duo practice).
Seiryoku-Zenyo-Kokumin-Taiiku (Maximum Efficiency National Physical Education) was devised in 1924 as a method for national physical education based on techniques for attack and defense.
It is intended to help practitioners learn how to train their bodies and minds properly while practicing offense and defense with a focus on Atemi waza including strikes, thrusts, and kicks.
Two types of movements are introduced in the method ? Tandoku (Solo) movement and Sotai (Duo) movement. Sotai movement is divided into Kime-shiki (combative style) and Ju-shiki (slow and moderate style).
１. Tandoku-renshu (Solo practice)
Goho-ate, O-goho-ate, Goho-geri
Kagami-migaki, Sayu-uchi, Zengo-tsuki, Ryote-ue-tsuki, O-ryote-ue-tsuki, Sayu-kogo-shita-tsuki,
Ryote-shita-tsuki, Naname-ue-uchi, Naname-shita-uchi, O-naname-ue-uchi, Ushiro-sumi-tsuki, Ushiro-uchi, Ushiro-tsuki
２. Sotai-renshu (Duo practice)
(Idori)Ryote-dori, Huri-hanashi, Gyakute-dori, Tsuki-kake, Kiri-kake
(Tachiai)Tsuki-age, Yoko-uchi, Ushiro-dori, Naname-tsuki, Kiri-oroshi
(1kyo)Tsuki-dashi, Kata-oshi, Kata-mawashi, Kiri-oroshi, Katate-dori
(２kyo)Katate-age, Obi-tori, Mune-oshi, Tsuki-age, Ryogan-tsuki
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