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Recomendations for a boxer who wants to get into Judo?

IΒ΄ve been interested in Judo while now, and while I have some experiencie in boxing, I sometimes think I should get grappling experience to round up my kit, so what should I keep in mind for my first months at Judo?

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BBC article: Taiwan: Judo class puts a seven-year-old in a coma

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-56967974

>The case of a boy who is fighting for his life after being slammed to the floor 27 times during judo practice by his coach and classmate has shocked Taiwan - but it has also highlighted what critics say is a culture of turning a blind eye to abuse against children.
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>Wei Wei* is a typical seven-year-old boy living in Taiwan.
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>He's a fan of Super Mario, likes sports and once won third place in a track race.
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>Earlier in April, he convinced his family he wanted to give judo lessons a try. Just two weeks after, those lessons are the reason he's lying in a coma, and is likely to remain in a vegetative state even if he survives.
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>A disturbing video has emerged showing him being thrown on a mat by an older classmate during judo practice.
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>As the lesson continues, he is heard screaming "my leg", "my head" and "I don't want it!" but his coach keeps ordering him to stand up and tells the older boy to go on throwing him.
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>When Wei Wei is too weak to get up, the coach, much bigger than him, picks him up and throws him several times as well. At one point, the child vomits, but the "training" doesn't stop.
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>Altogether, his family says, he was thrown more than 27 times.
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>Wei Wei eventually passed out and was taken to a hospital where doctors found he had suffered severe brain hemorrhaging. He is now in a coma and on life support.
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>There were adults at the judo studio who witnessed what happened, including Wei Wei's maternal uncle, who reportedly filmed the video to show the little boy's mother that judo may not be suitable for him.
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>"In the East, it's common to expect children to withstand difficulties and obey authority," said Joanna Feng, executive director of Humanistic Education Foundation, an NGO which has lobbied for years to end corporal punishment and child abuse.
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>This attitude of obedience and reverence for teachers runs so deep that it may explain why none of the adults - including the child's uncle - who were present questioned the coach's authority, despite his screams.

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Islam Makhachev's diverse arsenal of Judo/Sambo takedowns of Trips and Throws streamable.com/uf4jmy
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Thoughts on my first judo class

I hope this post is ok given that many bjj-ers are curious about judo.

  • I decided to start judo because we do very little standup at my gym except for fit-ins, and even those aren't every class.
  • The class was smaller and more relaxed than my bjj classes. We did bow to start and finish class.
  • I'm going to have to learn to count to ten in Japanese.
  • We did breakfalls for a good 10 or 15 minutes, AFAIK all major types (forwards, backwards, sideways and judo rolls).
  • We rotated through ukes rather than partnering up. I assume this works best in a small class but I liked it because as a newbie I didn't feel like one higher belt guy was stuck babysitting me.
  • We did two throws/trips. I don't remember the names because they were in Japanese but one was a classic "stick your butt into the other guy and throw him over your shoulder" and the other was a trip/foot sweep deal.
  • They actually let me both throw and be thrown. I'm still a little shocked that they let me throw people but somehow I didn't hurt anyone with my inexperience.
  • They also let me randori. I got very winded because I'm not used to standup but overall I felt that the intensity was relatively low, maybe 60% vs 90% for bjj rolls. A lot of that was because it was my first day. I kept telling my partners it was ok to throw me but they only did very rarely.
  • I really got over my fear of falling and felt very safe the whole class. One thing I learned was that the upper belts will only throw you if they know it's clean and they can land you safely. By contrast, in bjj no one really knows what they are doing so you can sense the chaos factor during standup.
  • Having said that, I did get a lot more nervous during randori when another group came nearby. In bjj you might get kneed in the face if another group rolls near you, but in Judo they might land on you or vice versa. I assume judokas develop a better situational awareness during randori because of this ...
  • The sudden violence of the movements during randori was pretty awe-inspiring. I could definitely see the application to mma even without a gi if striking brought you into a clinch.
  • We didn't do much newaza but I learned a couple tricks for attacking the turtle that I plan to try in bjj.
  • One black belt threw me and rolled immediately into a pin and I could instantly feel the pressure. But what stood out was how fast and smooth the transition from throw to pin was.
  • My overall sense was that judo has a relatively smal
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Most disrespectful techniques in bjj/judo?

I was talking about this with someone yesterday after class and thought it might be a funny thing to see people here discuss.

I saw at the end of one of Ryan Hall's new DVD's he had a section called something like "Disrespectful Techniques" where he showed a leg-in triangle off of a waiter sweep as well as a one-armed gogoplata where you use the free hand to deliver a shushing motion.

Any techniques/positions you can think of that you have seen or would use if you were really stunting on someone hard?

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Are Krav Maga and Judo a good base for beginners?

Hi! I’m not a martial artist by any stretch of the imagination, and the last time I practiced anything was in the second grade. However, I am looking to get back into Martial Arts after the pandemic. I’ve done some research and according to sources I’ve read, Krav Maga and Judo are fairly accessible. My questions are if they’re both good for self defence? how true is it that they’re fairly accessible? are they a good base for beginners? Which one would be best to start with? Thank you for your time and have a good day!

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Physicians should use colored belts like in Karate and Judo in order to inform patients of their skill
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Would training judo before BJJ be worth it or a waste of time ?

Hi everyone,

Long time lurker here who developed a strong curiosity for martial arts / grappling during the pandemic. I can't wait for the lockdown to end and for gyms to open where I live so I can finally get to it.

With that being said, here is my dilemma: there is both a BJJ gym and a Judo gym near where I live. I feel like starting judo would allow be to get a solid stand up game and learn good takedowns before getting into BJJ. Throwing people around also looks a bit more fun to me than rolling on the floor. With that being said, I heard that judo is way more taxing on the body than BJJ, and as I am still fairly young (20), I feel like it's a bit of a now or never situation if I want to try judo. On the other hand, I read that the competition rules for judo are really restricting and formal, which is why my end goal would be to compete in BJJ (gi and no-gi) rather than judo. I think that getting a base in judo would also help me with breakfall and injury avoidance.

Would it make any sense for me to train judo before getting into BJJ, or should I jump into it right away if I intend to compete ? Does anyone here have an experience transitioning from judo to BJJ, and if so, is it something you would recommend ?

Thank you,

TL;DR: Would like to compete BJJ in a couple of years. Should I train judo first, or get right into BJJ ?

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Returning to Judo - Injury prevention

Hello everyone I'm 23 and when I was 20 I did Judo for about a year. It was the only form of exercise I was doing at the time and my body got pretty battered from it e.g knee pain, uncomfortable hip, shoulder problems etc.

Since then I've been regularly lifting weights for hypertrophy and doing things like Rotator cuff work to strengthen my former weak areas, I definitely feel better with the extra muscle and the pain is now gone.

I'm looking to come back but this time I want to do everything I can so I don't have to deal with injuries and joint pain. I noticed at my old Dojo almost everyone above blue belt had to take some time off due to knee problems , I really don't want to fit in this category. I was thinking of getting a knee sleeve but my worry is that I would become dependent on it.

I know that freak incidents can happen on the mat , but I would like to do everything in my control to bulletproof my body for Judo, I love this martial art and want to go as far as I can.

So I kindly ask for any suggestions/ training protocols/ diets etc. you have found to help you In keeping your body in one piece and away from the waiting room at the doctors.

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The Judo Euros 2021 are over. Is Judo a popular sport in your country?
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Is it worth it to start judo at the age of 21?

Me and me roommate are 21 years of age and recently came across a Judo club in our small town. We are quite unfit due to covid/lockdown etc. I was wondering if its worth it to start judo at our age? And what should we be looking out for as beginners?

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Had a great chat with Ffion Davies, for anyone who wants to check it out. It was interesting to hear how she went from a shy teenager training Judo to eventually becoming one of the biggest names in Grappling. Some great takeaways from this one. open.spotify.com/episode/…
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We did it - Judo Reddit over 100.000 Members!

It's time to say Thanks:

To the many Contributers,

who are sharing their thoughts and experience, giving Input by Posts and Commentaries.

To the many Readers,

spreading Judo in their Dojo/Clubs or Crosstraining.

To the Instructors,

who are giving helpful Answers to the many Questions.

To all,

that Judo reddit is a peaceful place to exchange arguments and debates.

Special thanks goes to /u/Geschichtenerzaehler ,

who did a tremendous work with index - judo (reddit.com) and a great job as moderator.

Thanks to all!

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Judo olympian vs mma fighter. In judo rules then in grappling rules

You guys may find it interesting even though it's in french.

The judoka is Alexandre Iddir he placed 7th in last olympics in -90kg weightclass Now hes competing in -100kg in the olympics

The mma fighter used to fight in pride. His name is Greg Bouchelaghem. And he's quite good grappling wise he's also bjj black belt.

They're also same size and weight.

https://youtu.be/OcNPgnt_3sA

Judo sparring starts at 6:50

And no gi grappling sparring starts at 15:45

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I (black shirt) catch my friend (tan shirt) in a kimura after getting judo tripped v.redd.it/j159krjf0pt61
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Can you help our dojo make better judo videos?

After years of asking, our sensei recently agreed to let us record his teachings for posterity.

Two weeks ago he did a 90 minute class on tai-otoshi, and we distilled that into this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJiUWmcP6eg

I am humbly asking you: what should the ideal instructional judo video have in the future?

I am NOT asking you to like/subscribe/comment/etc. on our videos.

I would be extremely grateful for any and all recommendations on making future videos better.

We believe his teachings are worth preserving and want to do them as much justice as we can. Pretty much all of his classes are like this, so we'll have lots of content to work with. We have nothing to sell and are not looking to monetize the videos; this is purely to pass on the things that were taught to him. The current wish-list of video improvements includes better color correction, LED lighting, a third camera angle, and more examples of throws, but we'll gladly take anything else you can give us into consideration.

I've followed the r/judo subreddit for years, and only made an account so I could ask for this advice. I plan on asking a video editing subreddit the same thing about the more technical aspects of video production, but I think you all would have the best insight on how best to present the content. Thanks in advance :)

EDIT: thank you all for the advice. It is appreciated a lot more than you would think, and every single one of your comments will be taken into consideration for subsequent videos. A few things I neglected to share:

-I accept full responsibility for having included throw demonstrations that shouldn't have been included. I apologize for not having realized this (despite specifically looking for it!) and will take great pains to ensure that it never happens again!

-Audio is via a Sennheiser XSW-D lapel mic hidden behind the right part of sensei's jacket. I am only just beginning to scratch the surface of what DaVinci Resolve lets me do with audio post-production, so I should be able to fix nearly all audio problems in post...once I learn how! My preference has been to hide the mic out of sight rather than have a wire visible (and in the way!) outside of sensei's jacket, but this necessarily reduces audio quality.

-Video is taken from identical GoPro 9 cameras with identical settings, but I screwed up the color correction in DaVinci Resolve after the fact. Turns out color correcting

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Judo Reddit is going closer and closer to 100.000 Judo Redditors

Never thought, that this will happen so fast.

We were at 20k just 2 years ago

Milestone for Judo Reddit - 20.000 Users! : judo

That's about the same pace as Bitcoin.

Thanks for your contributions!

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[NBC Sports Philadelphia] Lazar judo-flips Laughton on the faceoff. No call. twitter.com/NBCSPhilly/st…
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What about some Judo? [Original]
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How effective is judo in MMA?

The one obvious difference between the two would be judo gi, I would assume it becomes pretty different when its taken off and its two bare bodies going at it. Are there other things in judo that would be disadvantageous or advantegous in MMA?

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Looking at starting judo. I'm 37, no experience.

Obviously I know what it looks like. But I'm very curious to take a class. I have some super positive friends that say "just do it man".

My life is at a big turning point. Divorce. A lot of change. Including a focus on health and fitness and commrodrity. I have some friends that practice jiu jitsu. And I was looking around for some things I could potentially try. Judo being one. Any tips, advice, suggestions for other arts I could persue?

I will note, judo in my town is slim pickings. Lots of other arts, but judo not so much.

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The judo flip is what did it for me....
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Hey everyone, I'm a reasonably fit 40 year old guy with no martial arts background, looking to start learning judo. What are some important things I need to keep in mind before I start down this path?
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I hope this is not too off-topic, I made this for my Judo partner as a birthday present! We couldn't practice for over a year now...
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thinking about judo a little too much- LOL

So I was at a wedding this weekend and during the first dance I couldn't help but notice how she was in a great position for an o goshi!

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How would you run your first Judo class with adult BJJ students?

I am interested in answers from everyone including beginners. I may be in a position where I will be running a Judo class at a local BJJ club. I have long argued that adult beginners in Judo should start from the ground up. However, apart from covering the terminology and basics of osae komi I don't think I need to be spending a whole lot of time doing ne waza at Judo. I don't think there is anything I can teach a BJJ black belt when it comes to ne waza. Some blue belts maybe but in my experience rolling with BJJ guys most experienced blue belts and up are very good on the ground and there is very little I can add to their ne waza.

That leaves everything else from kumi kata, tai sabaki, ukemi, tachi waza, tsugi ashi, ect... It's my intention to reinforce the basics of grip fighting, posture, movement, and ukemi but ultimately students come to Judo to learn how to throw.

Instructors, what did you do? I will not have a single adult with Judo experience. They will mostly be 30 years old and up. Some over 40. I am vehemently against pairing beginners with other beginners but I won't have a choice here. Also, I have no intention on allowing randori starting out.

Beginners, what works best for you? What would you have liked to have been different for you?

Everyone, please don't suggest to start with O Soto Gari. I think it's a terrible throw for beginners paired together for a variety of reasons.

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Maybe the oldest Judo Photography (1894) - and it's about Grip Breaking :)
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"The uncle of a seven-year-old boy who was relentlessly thrown by his classmate and judo coach last week said that he is showing some signs of improvement but is still in a coma" taiwannews.com.tw/en/news…
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New to martial arts, thinking Judo.

So I've been wanting to get into martial arts for a long time now. I'm 22 years old, and 6'2, 160 pounds in case that matters. I work out pretty regularly so I'm in decent shape, although would like to get some weight on given my height.

In college I took an aikido class, but quickly realized it's... controversial teachings. I'm thinking Judo is the best for self defense in case someone grabs you and you can't get away. I also would like to get into practicing MMA in the long run. I really enjoyed Aikido but would like to get into a martial art that is more combative.

There is a Judo school near me and taught by a former Olympic silver medalist so I figure this place is legit.

Any advice on starting Judo or any tips on how I should prepare myself?

Thanks!

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What will happen to judo in Iran following a 4 year suspension?

https://www.ijf.org/news/show/sanction-IRIJF-following-cas-award

>The IJF Disciplinary Commission pronounced against the Iran Judo Federation a provisional withdrawal of its status as IJF member and all its affiliated components for four (4) years, from 18 September 2019 until 17 September 2023

Would it be possible for Iranian judokas to compete under a neutral flag?

Otherwise the athletes will be harmed. The Iran government and officials simply do not care.

Just like during the 1980, 1984 Olympic boycotts (Moscow, Los Angeles), athletes competed under the Olympic flag (if I remember correctly). They competed as individuals. They did not have to flee their country and compete as refugees.

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TIL Nippon Budokan was built to host judo in the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. However, it has achieved even greater fame as a concert venue. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nip…
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"Best Judo Throws 2020"... worth a watch for the announcer alone youtu.be/iKJkzgGPMKA
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Some random guy gets slammed to ground with Judo throw. v.redd.it/fyxn3r0bs6v61
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πŸ“…︎ Apr 24 2021
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Attempts at some Judo combos (still learning) v.redd.it/xbs5es1kupw61
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πŸ“…︎ May 02 2021
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Training Judo under someone who cannot throw you

Back ground on me: BJJ blue belt who has done judo informally with judo guys at BJJ class. I got my yellow belt with a very laid back test from one of them. Then I started doing a legitament judo class at a nearby club last year with an instructor who was very good. He could throw me with no problems several times a match and did well during competitions. They were about to promote me to Orange when the instructor left the gym.

An older gentleman (50s) took over teaching. He has taught class before and I have sparred with him. It is very clear that he cannot throw me, I am not sure if it is a technique issue or just athleticism difference. He is some flavor of blackbelt, not sure which one. I left around the same time that the old instructor left since I was there to learn from him and I had a bjj competition coming up so I was just going to focus on that for a while. I have been wanting to get back into judo for a while but wanted to know what your opinions on training under someone who is not able throw you. Im under no impression that I am really good at judo or anything. I know in bjj unless you are very good (which I am not at either judo or bjj) it is very uncommon. In jiu jitsu my instructor is a similar age to the judo guy and has no problem beating me.

I'm curious to hear what you guys think.

- Is it normal in Judo to have a professor who cannot throw you?

- Should I go back to training under the older guy just to progress formally in judo?

- Or should I just keep doing it informally until I can find a better instructor?

- Has anyone gone through the ranks under someone like this and had good competition success?

Also, the older judo guy is very nice, his classes can be a little long winded but I have no problems with him.

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πŸ“…︎ Apr 30 2021
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John Danaher: The Path to Mastery in Jiu Jitsu, Grappling, Judo, and MMA... youtube.com/watch?v=ktuw6…
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πŸ“…︎ May 09 2021
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Judo after acl meniscus and cartilage surgery?

So is it possible for me to do judo after these injuries? How bad is it for my knees?

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πŸ“…︎ May 12 2021
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Results from the European Judo Championships in Lisbon 2021 - Portugal
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Reasons to go and train Judo. youtu.be/Fnx9Bavp9MA
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πŸ“…︎ Apr 25 2021
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