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Judo Connect
3 months ago
Choosing the right platform for a judo club's online presence is crucial for its growth and community engagement. While Facebook is a popular and versatile social network, Judo Connect offers specific advantages tailored to the needs and aspirations of judo clubs. Here are three main reasons why Judo Connect is a better choice for a judo club compared to using Facebook as their primary social network:
Bushi Judo Club
5 days ago
We continued training the whizzer turnover and juji jime shime waza (choke) technique yesterday. We then added a nice armlock if the choke doesn’t work. The class finished with newaza randori in guard with the guard player working to get the techniques off against an uke giving around 60% resistance. Alfie nailed both techniques beautifully as demonstrated in this video.
Retford Judo Club
5 days ago
This weeks junior session started with a warmup followed by some stretching and their breakfalls. They then had a go at some cartwheels again!, let’s call this a work in progress. The main body of training took the form of randori, firstly with Tachiwaza where one players did all the throwing and the other offering some light resistance. Then they swapped over roles and then changed partners which gave them the chance to try their techniques on different sizes of opponents. Their last part of training was in Newaza, changing partners every few minutes. They finished their session with a couple
Parks Judo Club
5 days ago
UNESCO declared judo the best beginner sport for training children and young people aged 4 to 21 years.
The benefits of child development
Through persistent Judo practice, a child develops his strength, speed, flexibility, coordination, reflex, concentration, balance, resistance, personality, confidence and knowledge of his own body. .
Due to constantly changing situations, in Judo practice, a child is required to stimulate their "tactical thinking".
Judo does not encourage aggression; Through relationships with their peers, a child learns to cooperate, respect and develop self-control.
Judo i
Parks Judo Club (Tyne)
5 days ago
UNESCO declared judo the best beginner sport for training children and young people aged 4 to 21 years.
The benefits of child development
Through persistent Judo practice, a child develops his strength, speed, flexibility, coordination, reflex, concentration, balance, resistance, personality, confidence and knowledge of his own body. .
Due to constantly changing situations, in Judo practice, a child is required to stimulate their "tactical thinking".
Judo does not encourage aggression; Through relationships with their peers, a child learns to cooperate, respect and develop self-control.
Judo i
Parks Judo Club (Tyne)
5 days ago
UNESCO declared judo the best beginner sport for training children and young people aged 4 to 21 years.
The benefits of child development
Through persistent Judo practice, a child develops his strength, speed, flexibility, coordination, reflex, concentration, balance, resistance, personality, confidence and knowledge of his own body. .
Due to constantly changing situations, in Judo practice, a child is required to stimulate their "tactical thinking".
Judo does not encourage aggression; Through relationships with their peers, a child learns to cooperate, respect and develop self-control.
Judo i
Parks Judo Club
5 days ago
UNESCO declared judo the best beginner sport for training children and young people aged 4 to 21 years.
The benefits of child development
Through persistent Judo practice, a child develops his strength, speed, flexibility, coordination, reflex, concentration, balance, resistance, personality, confidence and knowledge of his own body. .
Due to constantly changing situations, in Judo practice, a child is required to stimulate their "tactical thinking".
Judo does not encourage aggression; Through relationships with their peers, a child learns to cooperate, respect and develop self-control.
Judo i
Parks Judo Club
5 days ago
UNESCO declared judo the best beginner sport for training children and young people aged 4 to 21 years.
The benefits of child development
Through persistent Judo practice, a child develops his strength, speed, flexibility, coordination, reflex, concentration, balance, resistance, personality, confidence and knowledge of his own body. .
Due to constantly changing situations, in Judo practice, a child is required to stimulate their "tactical thinking".
Judo does not encourage aggression; Through relationships with their peers, a child learns to cooperate, respect and develop self-control.
Judo i
Bushi Judo Club
5 days ago
We continued training the whizzer turnover and juji jime shime waza (choke) technique yesterday. We then added a nice armlock if the choke doesn’t work. The class finished with newaza randori in guard with the guard player working to get the techniques off against an uke giving around 60% resistance. Alfie nailed both techniques beautifully as demonstrated in this video.
Dominic King Judo MMA Academy
6 days ago
8 stages of uchi mata

1. Resistance
2. Movement
3. Kuzushi (unbalancing the opponent).
4. Connection/contact
5. Tip & lift
6. Rotation
7. Landing/breakfall
8. Recovery (prevention of over rotation)/transition to ne-waza)
#uchimata #8steps #resistance #movement #kuzushi #unbalance #connection #contact #tip #lift #rotation #landing #breakfall #recovery #transition #newaza #ashiwaza #judothrow #judo #judô #ippon #judotraining #nagekomi #randori #judoclub #thekingsofjudo #traditionalmartialarts #judotechnique #judoippon #judogallery
Retford Judo Club
6 days ago
This weeks junior session started with a warmup followed by some stretching and their breakfalls. They then had a go at some cartwheels again!, let’s call this a work in progress. The main body of training took the form of randori, firstly with Tachiwaza where one players did all the throwing and the other offering some light resistance. Then they swapped over roles and then changed partners which gave them the chance to try their techniques on different sizes of opponents. Their last part of training was in Newaza, changing partners every few minutes. They finished their session with a couple
Bushi Judo Club
6 days ago
We continued training the whizzer turnover and juji jime shime waza (choke) technique yesterday. We then added a nice armlock if the choke doesn’t work. The class finished with newaza randori in guard with the guard player working to get the techniques off against an uke giving around 60% resistance. Alfie nailed both techniques beautifully as demonstrated in this video.
Retford Judo Club
6 days ago
This weeks junior session started with a warmup followed by some stretching and their breakfalls. They then had a go at some cartwheels again!, let’s call this a work in progress. The main body of training took the form of randori, firstly with Tachiwaza where one players did all the throwing and the other offering some light resistance. Then they swapped over roles and then changed partners which gave them the chance to try their techniques on different sizes of opponents. Their last part of training was in Newaza, changing partners every few minutes. They finished their session with a couple
Retford Judo Club
6 days ago
This weeks junior session started with a warmup followed by some stretching and their breakfalls. They then had a go at some cartwheels again!, let’s call this a work in progress. The main body of training took the form of randori, firstly with Tachiwaza where one players did all the throwing and the other offering some light resistance. Then they swapped over roles and then changed partners which gave them the chance to try their techniques on different sizes of opponents. Their last part of training was in Newaza, changing partners every few minutes. They finished their session with a couple
Parks Judo Club
6 days ago
UNESCO declared judo the best beginner sport for training children and young people aged 4 to 21 years.
The benefits of child development
Through persistent Judo practice, a child develops his strength, speed, flexibility, coordination, reflex, concentration, balance, resistance, personality, confidence and knowledge of his own body. .
Due to constantly changing situations, in Judo practice, a child is required to stimulate their "tactical thinking".
Judo does not encourage aggression; Through relationships with their peers, a child learns to cooperate, respect and develop self-control.
Judo i
Dominic King Judo MMA Academy
7 days ago
8 stages of uchi mata

1. Resistance
2. Movement
3. Kuzushi (unbalancing the opponent).
4. Connection/contact
5. Tip & lift
6. Rotation
7. Landing/breakfall
8. Recovery (prevention of over rotation)/transition to ne-waza)
#uchimata #8steps #resistance #movement #kuzushi #unbalance #connection #contact #tip #lift #rotation #landing #breakfall #recovery #transition #newaza #ashiwaza #judothrow #judo #judô #ippon #judotraining #nagekomi #randori #judoclub #thekingsofjudo #traditionalmartialarts #judotechnique #judoippon #judogallery
Bushi Judo Club
7 days ago
We continued training the whizzer turnover and juji jime shime waza (choke) technique yesterday. We then added a nice armlock if the choke doesn’t work. The class finished with newaza randori in guard with the guard player working to get the techniques off against an uke giving around 60% resistance. Alfie nailed both techniques beautifully as demonstrated in this video.
Dominic King Judo MMA Academy
9 days ago
8 stages of uchi mata

1. Resistance
2. Movement
3. Kuzushi (unbalancing the opponent).
4. Connection/contact
5. Tip & lift
6. Rotation
7. Landing/breakfall
8. Recovery (prevention of over rotation)/transition to ne-waza)
#uchimata #8steps #resistance #movement #kuzushi #unbalance #connection #contact #tip #lift #rotation #landing #breakfall #recovery #transition #newaza #ashiwaza #judothrow #judo #judô #ippon #judotraining #nagekomi #randori #judoclub #thekingsofjudo #traditionalmartialarts #judotechnique #judoippon #judogallery
Bushi Judo Club
9 days ago
We continued training the whizzer turnover and juji jime shime waza (choke) technique yesterday. We then added a nice armlock if the choke doesn’t work. The class finished with newaza randori in guard with the guard player working to get the techniques off against an uke giving around 60% resistance. Alfie nailed both techniques beautifully as demonstrated in this video.
Bushi Judo Club
9 days ago
We continued training the whizzer turnover and juji jime shime waza (choke) technique yesterday. We then added a nice armlock if the choke doesn’t work. The class finished with newaza randori in guard with the guard player working to get the techniques off against an uke giving around 60% resistance. Alfie nailed both techniques beautifully as demonstrated in this video.
Bushi Judo Club
10 days ago
We continued training the whizzer turnover and juji jime shime waza (choke) technique yesterday. We then added a nice armlock if the choke doesn’t work. The class finished with newaza randori in guard with the guard player working to get the techniques off against an uke giving around 60% resistance. Alfie nailed both techniques beautifully as demonstrated in this video.
Retford Judo Club
10 days ago
This weeks junior session started with a warmup followed by some stretching and their breakfalls. They then had a go at some cartwheels again!, let’s call this a work in progress. The main body of training took the form of randori, firstly with Tachiwaza where one players did all the throwing and the other offering some light resistance. Then they swapped over roles and then changed partners which gave them the chance to try their techniques on different sizes of opponents. Their last part of training was in Newaza, changing partners every few minutes. They finished their session with a couple
Parks Judo Club
10 days ago
UNESCO declared judo the best beginner sport for training children and young people aged 4 to 21 years.
The benefits of child development
Through persistent Judo practice, a child develops his strength, speed, flexibility, coordination, reflex, concentration, balance, resistance, personality, confidence and knowledge of his own body. .
Due to constantly changing situations, in Judo practice, a child is required to stimulate their "tactical thinking".
Judo does not encourage aggression; Through relationships with their peers, a child learns to cooperate, respect and develop self-control.
Judo i
Dominic King Judo MMA Academy
10 days ago
8 stages of uchi mata

1. Resistance
2. Movement
3. Kuzushi (unbalancing the opponent).
4. Connection/contact
5. Tip & lift
6. Rotation
7. Landing/breakfall
8. Recovery (prevention of over rotation)/transition to ne-waza)
#uchimata #8steps #resistance #movement #kuzushi #unbalance #connection #contact #tip #lift #rotation #landing #breakfall #recovery #transition #newaza #ashiwaza #judothrow #judo #judô #ippon #judotraining #nagekomi #randori #judoclub #thekingsofjudo #traditionalmartialarts #judotechnique #judoippon #judogallery
Bushi Judo Club
10 days ago
We continued training the whizzer turnover and juji jime shime waza (choke) technique yesterday. We then added a nice armlock if the choke doesn’t work. The class finished with newaza randori in guard with the guard player working to get the techniques off against an uke giving around 60% resistance. Alfie nailed both techniques beautifully as demonstrated in this video.
Bushi Judo Club
11 days ago
We continued training the whizzer turnover and juji jime shime waza (choke) technique yesterday. We then added a nice armlock if the choke doesn’t work. The class finished with newaza randori in guard with the guard player working to get the techniques off against an uke giving around 60% resistance. Alfie nailed both techniques beautifully as demonstrated in this video.
Dominic King Judo MMA Academy
11 days ago
8 stages of uchi mata

1. Resistance
2. Movement
3. Kuzushi (unbalancing the opponent).
4. Connection/contact
5. Tip & lift
6. Rotation
7. Landing/breakfall
8. Recovery (prevention of over rotation)/transition to ne-waza)
#uchimata #8steps #resistance #movement #kuzushi #unbalance #connection #contact #tip #lift #rotation #landing #breakfall #recovery #transition #newaza #ashiwaza #judothrow #judo #judô #ippon #judotraining #nagekomi #randori #judoclub #thekingsofjudo #traditionalmartialarts #judotechnique #judoippon #judogallery
Dominic King Judo MMA Academy
11 days ago
8 stages of uchi mata

1. Resistance
2. Movement
3. Kuzushi (unbalancing the opponent).
4. Connection/contact
5. Tip & lift
6. Rotation
7. Landing/breakfall
8. Recovery (prevention of over rotation)/transition to ne-waza)
#uchimata #8steps #resistance #movement #kuzushi #unbalance #connection #contact #tip #lift #rotation #landing #breakfall #recovery #transition #newaza #ashiwaza #judothrow #judo #judô #ippon #judotraining #nagekomi #randori #judoclub #thekingsofjudo #traditionalmartialarts #judotechnique #judoippon #judogallery
Bushi Judo Club
11 days ago
We continued training the whizzer turnover and juji jime shime waza (choke) technique yesterday. We then added a nice armlock if the choke doesn’t work. The class finished with newaza randori in guard with the guard player working to get the techniques off against an uke giving around 60% resistance. Alfie nailed both techniques beautifully as demonstrated in this video.
Parks Judo Club
12 days ago
UNESCO declared judo the best beginner sport for training children and young people aged 4 to 21 years.
The benefits of child development
Through persistent Judo practice, a child develops his strength, speed, flexibility, coordination, reflex, concentration, balance, resistance, personality, confidence and knowledge of his own body. .
Due to constantly changing situations, in Judo practice, a child is required to stimulate their "tactical thinking".
Judo does not encourage aggression; Through relationships with their peers, a child learns to cooperate, respect and develop self-control.
Judo i
Parks Judo Club
12 days ago
UNESCO declared judo the best beginner sport for training children and young people aged 4 to 21 years.
The benefits of child development
Through persistent Judo practice, a child develops his strength, speed, flexibility, coordination, reflex, concentration, balance, resistance, personality, confidence and knowledge of his own body. .
Due to constantly changing situations, in Judo practice, a child is required to stimulate their "tactical thinking".
Judo does not encourage aggression; Through relationships with their peers, a child learns to cooperate, respect and develop self-control.
Judo i

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