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Are you ready to learn how to train, defend & fight in Judo? If so, you've come to the right place.
Judo is without a doubt one of the most skillful, quickest growing sports in the world! With many striking styles, including throws and kicks, it's a great sport to watch, and even better to be a part of! Improve your fitness, confidence, self-defense skills & have fun with Judo.
There's a ton of other technical, complicated & drawn out books available out there, when I write it's no BS, no fluff. Just the information you want and need to get started.
Here's a preview of what Judo for Beginners contains:
- An overview of Judo
- Formalities and other preliminaries
- Warm up and basic training
- Judo throwing techniques
- Hip throws (Koshi-Waza) explained
- Foot throws (Ashi-Waza) explained
- Sacrifice throws (Sutemi-Waza) explained
- Understanding Katame Waza (Grappling techniques)
- Atemi Waza (Strikes) you need to know
- And Much more!
Ce que les auditeurs disent de Judo for Beginners
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- H Gould
Good Study for Intermediate Students NOT Beginners
Good for review of techniques when you can't physically do them, for instance, when driving in the car and studying for a rank examination or when a pandemic shuts down all the judo dojos in the state and you haven't practiced with a person in a year. However, there are a few mistakes that would be confusing for a beginner who didn't know the techniques described before reading/listening. The most irritating thing, though, is that the narrator doesn't know how to pronounce the Japanese names of things - pretty important for a book about judo - and pronounces many of those words inconsistently throughout. It's one thing simply not to know how to pronounce Japanese correctly, but to have 2-4 different pronunciations for many words is too confusing.