This is a short article to explain the basics of Kyoritsu 6205. I’m going to start out by saying that there is no “one size fits all” approach to training, so don’t think that this is some black and white breakdown of the system. What I am saying is that if you’re interested in learning the principles behind Kyoritsu then you should learn about the six disciplines that make up the sport. These are: Striking/Karate, Wrestling, Grappling, Climbing, and Unarmoured Groundwork. If you apply yourself to these different areas of the sport and practice often then you should have no trouble advancing your career in the field.
The first discipline of the above is Striking. This is the foundation of the sport. Striking is done through throws, holds, and chokes. This gives the student the base to advance on to the other disciplines of the sport such as Kata, Judo, Jujutsu, Komatic, and Sparring.
The second discipline is Wrestling. Wrestlers compete through points, holds, and throws. There is also a submission portion to the wrestling game. Finally, there is Grappling. Grappling involves grappling holds with legs, arms, and/or chests. In order to advance to the black belt level you will need to spend time in all four of these areas.