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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This is arguably the best strength exercise for Judo

Article written by Mark Kislich from www.Judoperformance.com There are many, many useful exercises for this sport, but in my opinion nothing beats the king of all lifts: the DEADLIFT. Why? Simple. Deadlifts strengthen your neck: judo = check. Deadlifts strengthen your upper back: judo
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Guest Blog Post: How to Build a Bridge From A Broken Dream

Blpg post written by New Zealand Judoka Hugo Dewar, Connect with Hugo HERE As Kiwis, we live in a nation devastated by a sickness not easily vanquished. Coming from a community of fighters, it was easy to fall victim to the idea that – with enough machismo – any difficulty
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Common ways to get a penalty in Competition Judo

This video will help some of you who are new to Judo:
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5 Marketing Mistakes Judo clubs make with their website

As some of you may be aware I just started my own dojo about 7 weeks ago. After teaching some Judo and the BJJ program with my coaches Tom and Steve Hill I decided to start my own dojo south side. This was for 2 reasons: 1 – to extend the level of high level Judo to other parts
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Question and answer for November

Anyway here are 3 questions I received this week that I thought i’d share with you. Question 1: Hi Matt, both my teenage sons are getting more and more invested into bjj and Judo competitions and we are starting to raise funds for them via crowd funding sites and facebook posts.
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Shoulder Flexibility Solution Review

  If you have read any of my mobility and stretching stuff for a while then you would have heard me talk about 2 main products: 1 – Fix my back pain by Rick Kaselj and 2 – Hip flexibility Solution by Eric Wong The reason why I rave about these two packages so much is becaus
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