HAVING A JUDO TRAINING PLAN

Many coaches will recommend that their athletes have a written training program or plan. This allows the athlete to set achievable goals, and then quantify and track progress. A written training program also keeps the athlete honest by “checking the boxes” and having tangible evidence of the time and effort dedicated to training.

Slide drawn from Mark Lonsdale's judo training development program

Slide drawn from Mark Lonsdale’s judo training development program

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About Mark V

Dedicated seeker, traveler, trainer, educator
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