Schedule for the International Traditional & Combat Ju-Jitsu Seminar in
29 September -
29 September ( Thursday )
Arrival of the delegations and guests
Registration and housing at the hotel
Late dinner Disco at the night club
30 September ( Friday )
10:00 - 13:00 Tour of the historic & beautiful city of Kiev
13:15 - 14:00 Diner
14:00 - 16:00 Rest
17:00 Opening Ceremonies
2 technical training sessions ( clinics )
2,5 hours each ( 2 groups masters and students ) - Theme: Combat Ju-Jitsu
Instructors: Hanshi Alexey Kunin and Shihan Nikolay Vasilev
one instructor working with students and other instructor working with masters and then switching ( break between the groups approximately 30 min ) After the training late supper or tea on the banks of the river, overlooking the beautiful panoramic view of the Dnepr river
1 October ( Saturday )
10:00 Combat Ju-Jitsu Tournament using the "Combat Ju-Jitsu Rules"
Demonstration of Self-Defense Techniques
17:00 Diner and Awards
Evening - Sauna and Tea in some exotic and beautiful place
2 October ( Sunday )
10:00 - 2 Technical Training Sessions 2,5 hours each ( 2 groups masters and students )
Theme: Combat Ju-Jitsu. Instructors: Hanshi Steve Barnett and Hanshi Alexey Kunin. One will work with the students the other with the masters and then switch the groups ( break between the training sessions 30 min )
Restoration Therapy Coarse, Meditation,
Qigong & Tai Chi
At the end, formation of the participants and speeches ( 30 min )
Closing of the Seminar
AJJIF International Combat
Ju-Jitsu Seminar price list in Kiev,
AJJIF members 5 Dan and up no fees for the seminar
AJJIF members 3 Dan - 5 Dan 20 e* / seminar
AJJIF members 1 Dan - 3 Dan 30 e* / seminar
All other AJJIF members 40 e* / seminar
non AJJIF members 50 e* / seminar
Tour of the city 5 e*/ person
Award Banquet on the last day of the seminar in the evening 30 e* / person
- Alexey Kunin, Hanshi
9 Dan Daito Ryu Aiki Jiu-Jitsu,
9 Dan Katabami Ryu Ju-Jitsu,
8 Dan Combat Karate,
7 Dan Kodokan Judo.
President of the AJJIF
Head of the Katabami Ryu Ju-Jitsu
Honorary President of the
Federal Alliance Bujutsu of
Rules for International Combat Ju-Jitsu Tournament
Short Tournament Rules:
1. Match Classification.
Tournament will be held on the wrestling mats or on the tatami size 6 meters by 6 meters.
The fight will be full contact, without any stops.
Time of each match is 2 min. Extra time will be given 1 min. Till the first active execution.
2. Conditions allowing for competition.
Competitors mast be qualified, meet certain age requirements and submit proper documentation to the regulation committee ( that is listed in the committee rules & regulations ).
3. Uniform of the competitors.
Judo or Ju-Jitsu Gi ( Kimono ). White or blue color ( black if judges approve ).
Uniform mast have top and bottom pants.
On the hands special gloves allowing for strikes & grabs, not weigh more then 8 ounces ( the gloves will be given by the tournament officials ).
Competitors are not allowed to wear anything that could lead to injuries: rings, jewelry, watches, chains... ).
Competitors should be competing with short clipped nails and clean uniform.
Mandatory protective gear has to be worn during the match: groin cup, underneath the pants.
Not mandatory protective gear: mouth peace, elbow protectors, ankle and knees protectors.
4. Weight categories:
Young teenagers ( 14-16 ) - till 50 kg, till 55 kg, till 60 kg, till 67.5 kg, till 75 kg, above 75 kg.
Older teenagers ( 17-18 ) - till 60 kg, till 67.5 kg, till 75 kg, till 82.5 kg, above 82.5 kg
Adults ( 19 years old and higher ) - till 60 kg, till 67.5 kg, till 75 kg, till 82.5 kg, till 90 kg, above 90 kg.
5. Victory Awarded:
From a strike leading to knockout;
From a pain technique;
From a chocking technique;
For leaving the mat 3 times;
For a continues serious of strikes during the grappling, when there is impossible to defend ( during the complete control of the opponent ).
Decision of the judges:
For first active execution during extra time;
If one of the participants refusing to continue the match;
Removal of the opponent by his coach or representative of his team;
Removal by the decision of a Medical Doctor;
Removal by the disqualification.
Active execution is qualified by any strike or throw getting the opponent out of the mat area.
6. Allowing executions:
Strikes by hands or legs to the head;
Strikes by hands or legs to the body;
Strikes by hands or legs to the legs;
Strikes by knee in the kneeling position to the body;
Pain techniques to the hands and legs;
7. Not allowed executions:
Strikes to the eyes, throat, neck and back of the neck;
Strikes to the spine, collar bone, groin;
Strikes to the knee;
Strikes with the fingers, elbow, bites;
Pain techniques to the fingers;
Throws on the head;
Throws holding the head with two hands;
Throws with the pain control techniques;
Arching backwards, twisting the neck and spine;
Execution of pain and chocking techniques with a jerk or snatch;
Strikes to the head during the grappling on the ground with the full contact;
Grabbing the groin, ears, nose, face;
Over arching the knee in the unnatural position of movement.
8. Disqualification and warning
Execution of illegal moves, that will leads to no injuries. The competitor will get a warning. After 3 warnings it becomes disqualification.
If a competitor can not continue the match because of the illegal moves his opponent executed, then the one who made the illegal moves receives a disqualification and removal from the tournament.
The judges staff consist of:
Judge in charge of the match area;
Protest is petitioned by the representative of the team in writing and decision is made by the head judge immediately after the match. Before the next round of weight category.