Judo tactics Left vs right

Last week I found some great grip fighting and attacking videos when you and your opponent are in a left bs right scenario. Hope these help you out. The first 2 are by American Shintaro Higashi, he has some great tips on how to keep your opponent out, while creating space to attack: N
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The Fundamentals of Uchimata (over 40 mins of Uchimata video)

Uchimata is one of the most popular throws in Judo. When you go to Japan and train nearly every single fighter can hit you with a nice uchimata at least once during randori. It is also the quintessential ‘Judo’ throw and it graces the cover of most Judo books. Uchimata is
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2 really nice morote seoi nages to do when your are fighting a stronger opponent

Today I uploaded to youtube a really nice morote seoi  nage you can do when you are fighting a stronger opponent who likes to pull you in close and push your head down. Both of these videos are taken from my friends Lightweight Judo DVD download available at www.lightweightjudo.com. &
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The Truth About Protein

Guest Blog post written by Reid Reale Author of  The Combat Sports Nutrition eBook. Protein is perhaps the most sought after, highly valued yet misunderstood and overconsumed nutrient in a fighters’ diet. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein and when consumed in our diet are
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5 minute Stretching Routine for Increased Recovery between Judo sessions

Here is a great Yoga routine you can do to increase your recovery for Judo. You can do this routine for 5,10 or even 15 minutes every day or a few days a week. It is a great way to loosen up your body and assist recovery between training sessions.   Want to download 60 minutes wo
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One workout to stay fit over the Silly season

Ok everyone, so it’s christmas time and we all know what happens at Christmas time. Many of us eat too much, drink too much and send WAY to much time with the extended family – so over the course of the holiday season try not to eat too much and not exercise. Over the Chri
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The 300 Rep Kettlebell Challenge for Grapplers

Kettlebells have been around for over 100 years but unfortunately I still see them being under utilized in gyms around the world. Often we see people lining up to use the treadmills or Cross trainers while dust gathers on the kettlebells sitting quietly in the corner. As a strength an
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3 Intense Workouts for Competitive Judoka

This is a guest Blog post written by Paul Mosher. These 3 intense workouts will get you fit for Judo, no matter what age ytou are. They include kettlebells, a tire, a mace and a weighted vest. But forst who am i? I am a Jiu Jitsu students as well as a Vietnam Veteran and former Police
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5 strength and conditioning principles for an effective Judo program

As a strength and conditioning coach there are a number of principles that underpin each and every program I write. It doesn’t matter whether I am writing a kettlebell program, bodybuilding program or a program for athletes each of my programs will contain these five principles. Princ
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