Glossary of Judo terminology

Kakari geiko (Continuous attack practice)

Kakari geiko (Continuous attack practice)

"Kakari-geiko" (Continuous attack practice) is a fundamental drill used to master a Waza. A designated "Tori" (Player executing technique) executes the Waza against a number of "Uke" (Player receiving opponent's attack) who receive the Waza in turns.
This drill is part of a group that includes Yakusoku geiko (Agreed-upon practice), Sute geiko (Freestyle practice), and Butsukari-geiko (Collision practice), and is conducted with the "Tori" (Player executing technique) and "Uke" (Player receiving opponent's attack) roles assigned. These roles may be alternated, or one person may continue performing all the throws. Kakari geiko (Continuous attack practice) is used in Randori (Free sparring) and as a warm-up before a contest.