Strength Training For Judo: Part 2 – The Turner

Strength Training For Judo: Part 2 – The Turner

   The Turner’s image is perhaps the “prettiest” of all the judo styles. Their arsenal of high sweeping throws, dramatic turns, and acrobatic body movements will most often elicit applause and cries of appreciation from the crowd. In addition, the...
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Strength Training For Judo Part 1 – Cardio & Grip

Strength Training For Judo Part 1 – Cardio & Grip

  For years, in the world of American martial arts, there has existed the “red headed step child” of judo. In the 60s and 70s, judo was outranked by karate and kung fu, as those two arts were championed by the...
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Teddy Riner – The Preparation of World Class Judo Champion

Teddy Riner – The Preparation of World Class Judo Champion

        Teddy Riner, champion of the world, unveils the slides of its training with the help of his coach, Benoit Campargue.         “I want teddy to stay an athlete. “         For Benoît Campargue...
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How to Trick Your Brain Into Being Motivated

How to Trick Your Brain Into Being Motivated

       In Judo, you use your opponent’s energy to your own advantage. If you struggle with motivation, your own dumb brain is your toughest opponent. Rather than rely on your very limited willpower, use Motivational Judo to use your brain’s resistan...
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TOP 10 EXERCISES TO BUILD GRIP STRENGTH FOR JUDO & BJJ

TOP 10 EXERCISES TO BUILD GRIP STRENGTH FOR JUDO & BJJ

     Grip strength is a huge part of Judo. Whether you are trying to pass someone’s guard, obtain back control, or keep them from doing so to you, a deciding factor could very well be your ability to hold...
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How to Protect Your Grips and Fingers to Enjoy a Long JUDO Career!

How to Protect Your Grips and Fingers to Enjoy a Long JUDO Career!

  If you train Judo, with the GI (kimono) regularly, the chances of you having problems with the joints in your fingers at any given point are almost 100% certain. Although it is wise to give the joint time to...
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