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KANO ON COMPETITION & RANDORI IN JUDO

JIGORO KANO ON COMPETITION & RANDORI By Mark Lonsdale, Judo Training Development  Contrary to popular belief, Kodokan Judo was not introduced as a sport in 1882 at Eishoji temple. Eishoji was in fact the first of several sites of the … Continue reading

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STANDARDS & CERTIFICATIONS IN JUDO

STANDARDS & CERTIFICATIONS IN JUDO Why Are They Important? By Mark Lonsdale, Judo Training Development All organizations, including sporting bodies, are defined by their standards, but more importantly, by their willingness to adhere to high standards. It is not sufficient … Continue reading

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NATIONAL TEAM BUILDING FOR JUDO

THE IMPORTANCE OF TEAM BUILDING IN JUDO By Mark Lonsdale, Judo Training Development  How do you take individual competitors from a dozen geographically diverse clubs, who may have only seen each other at a national championship, and turn them into … Continue reading

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NEWAZA FOR VETERANS

GROUND GAME FOR VETERAN JUDOKA (Part 4)  Newaza and Kosen Judo By Mark Lonsdale, Judo Training Development The cavernous main dojo at the Kodokan is humming with activity as the assembled competitors sized each other up from a distance. Most … Continue reading

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RETHINKING YOUR WAZA FOR MASTERS AND VETERANS

RETHINKING YOUR WAZA (TECHNIQUES) FOR MASTERS JUDO Part 3  By Mark Lonsdale, Judo Training Development      As you will have noted from my previous articles in this series, I firmly believe that the Masters community is a significant, largely untapped … Continue reading

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KYUZO MIFUNE ON JUDO

From Mark Lonsdale’s Judo Training Development Powerpoints From Mark Lonsdale’s Judo Training Development Powerpoints From Mark Lonsdale’s Judo Training Development Powerpoints    

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JINKI and EFFORT IN JUDO TRAINING

Jinki is a Japanese term you hear a lot at the Kodokan. After bowing in, training sessions often begin with a short reminder of “Jinki” and the importance of giving the training your maximum effort. The instructors will explain how … Continue reading

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GIVING BACK TO JUDO

“Ask not what Judo can do for You – Ask what you can do for Judo.”

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GREAT EXPECTATIONS FROM JUDO

GREAT EXPECTATIONS JUDO TRAINING & STUDENT EXPECTATIONS By Mark Lonsdale, Judo Training Development  I received an email this week from an individual declaring, “I want a black belt in judo.” That was the total email. My less than patient response … Continue reading

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JUDO ETIQUETTE and REISHIKI

JUDO ETIQUETTE & REISHIKI Good Manners Never Go Out of Fashion By Mark Lonsdale, Judo Training Development Last year I had two scruffy looking individuals walk into my dojo while I was teaching, 20 minutes after the start of class, … Continue reading

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