4 videos to improve your turtle game

This week I was coaching some teenagers at Judo and some of them were lying face down or staying in turtle and not attacking. A lot of the time these guys got turned over and held down, armbarred or strangled. After this happened a few times I got the class together and told them that
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Judo for BJJ DVD Sneak peek here

My Judo for BJJ product is nearly finished and you can get sneak peek of it here: http://www.bjjtakedowns.com
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The most dangerous Judo throw (and a few other sickening techniques as well)

Judo is called the gentle way but it is far from gentle, it is actually a high impact sport. That is why I feel sorry for those Judo clubs who do judo with mats that are laid down directly onto concrete opposed to a nice sprung floor. When I was growing up we did Judo with mats that w
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4 really cool newaza transitions you can start doing to improve your ground game

If you want to become a competition judoka then you need to get your head around transitioning into newaza. A lot of people say that newaza is just bjj but these people are a touch ill informed. Yes, BJJ is great for your awareness on the ground (and this may cary over into your Judo
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Morote Seoi nage when fighting Left vs Right (Kenka Yotsu)

Here is my favorite left vs right Morote seoi nage attack when I am fighting someone and it’s kenka yotsu (which is Japanese for left vs right). The key is to square up your opponent with a hard ashiwaza before doing a massive pull to get them off-balance. Don’t forget to
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The best techniques from the 2014 Tokyo Grand Slam

Here are smme of the coolest techniques I saw at the tokyo Grand Slam 2014:
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Yep you guessed it! New IJF Judogi Rules April 2015

The IJF will be bringing in New IJF Judogi rules as of 1st April 2015.  You can check them out below:          
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Slow motion Breakdown of Krpalek’s Nidan Osoto gari at the 2014 Paris Grand Slam

Check out this awesome Nidan Osotogari/Harai Goshi from czechs Krpalek at this years 2014 PAris Grand Slam. The setup is awesome with Krpalk doing a great job to trick his opponent into putting all his weight on his left leg, before being throw for ippon.   This is a great exampl
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Bow and Arrow choke attack, defence and the finer details

The Bow and Arrow choke is one of the most popular submission in Judo. The first person I ever saw do this was John Buchannon from Scotland. He was a master at it and won stacks of fights with this technique. Check out Johns bow and arrow choke here at the 2001 Worlds. Here I break do
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