Flexibility is super super super important in a sport like Judo. Being flexible will help you not only escape a ton of throws and ground work moves, but also help you avoid injury. few years ago I was at a Nic Gregoriades seminar and for the first 30 minutes he went over the importanc
I have been doing a stack of training at home and I really wanted to start doing some TRX band exercises that I saw on the Suspension Revolution page so rather than paying upwards of $200 for TRX bands I decided to make my own. Here is all you need: Rope ($4-5) 20 cms of PVC piping ($
Since attending Nic Gregoriades seminar back in 2014 I have gotten all of his products which include his: Blackbelt Blueprint eBook <== great for beginner bjj giys BJJ Building Blocks <– great for beginner and intermediate Beyond Technique (Nic G and Aussie BJJ star Kit D
My friend from lightweightjudo.com competed in the Australian National Championships and he was a part of these 2 phenomenol Nage no kata demomstrations. Check out how good his techniques are, especially his Ura nage.
This past week was the Judo world championships in Astana, Kazakhstan. I loved it when IJF tournaments are in Asia (and streamed) because it means I get to watch them at normal times of the day opposed to having to stay awake until 2am to watch the competitions like I usually do when
It’s now two days into the world championships and man o man have there been some upsets. 3 X world Champion Ebinuma got countered by Sobirov, Zantarya lost to Pollack in the prelims and Miranda was beating Nakamura in the semis only to get thrown in the last 1 second of the match. I
Fighting a stiff armed Judoka is one of the most annoying things at Judo training. In competition a stiff armed /defensive Judoka is quickly penalized in which case they must attack OR they keep getting penalties until they are disqualified. Unfortunately in Randori there is no refere