Pronounced: wah-zah

Pages tagged with Waza:

  • Ashi Waza: Leg and foot techniques.
  • Ate Waza: Striking or smashing techniques.
  • Atemi Waza: Body (vital) striking techniques.
  • Awase Waza: 1. Combination techniques. 2. A contest victory achieved by combining...
  • Empi Waza: Elbow technique(s). Also called Hiji Waza.
  • Fumi Waza: Stomping techniques.
  • Garami Waza: Entangling techniques where the opponent is locked into their own...
  • Gatame Waza: Locking or pinning techniques.
  • Gohon Waza: Five-step technique.
  • Harai Waza: Sweeping techniques.
  • Henka Waza: Variations of basic techniques, for example after Oyo (intepretations...
  • Hiji Waza: + Redirect to Empi Waza - Redirect to Empi Waza Elbow technique(s)....
  • Hiza Waza: Knee techniques.
  • Kaeshi Waza: Counter techniques. In kenjutsu (sword fighting) it refers to a...
  • Keri Waza: Kicking techniques.
  • Nage Waza: Throwing techniques.
  • Oji Waza: Receiving techniques. In practice this is done by blocking and then...
  • Renraku Waza: Means connecting or combination techniques.
  • Shime Waza: Strangling or choking techniques.
  • Te Waza: Hand techniques.
  • Tome Waza: Stopping techniques.
  • Tori Waza: Grabbing Techniques. Dori (to grab) is spelt as Tori when it appears...
  • Tsukami Waza: Grasping technique.
  • Tzuki Waza: Punching and thrusting techniques.
  • Uke Waza: Blocking Techniques.
  • Ukemi Waza: Breakfall, or falling techniques.
  • Waza: Technique. Pronounced: wah-zah Pages tagged with Waza:
  • Waza Ari: Half point (in competition). Literally means almost a technique,...
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