Some parts of Go-no-sen no Kata performed in our Japanese Jujitsu style during our Black Belt Grading Saturday. (performed by myself & another yudansha) Interested to see what some Judoka think of it, obviously some of our techniques will be slightly different (mainly Uki Goshi) v.redd.it/llnhqstxe7v51
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Shoulder Injuries- Hi everyone, we're a GB judoka and sports injury rehabilitation coach and we've put this video together of exercises judokas should be doing to help protect themselves from shoulder injuries. Hope this helps you. Any requests for videos on other Judo injuries are welcome. youtu.be/lmi_wTlsmtk
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How realistic it is to become a olympic judoka ?

Hey guys I know this question keeps popping up from time to time but I am a 21 years old turkish dude who wants to get into judo fully. I don't know about other countries but turkey is not much interested in judo compared to wrestling which is huge in here especially greco roman style. Do you think I can make it to international level If I start practicing seriously, well I had to quit after taking my yellow belt cuz we had to move around quite a lot. I practicted bjj and stuff and my judo sensei did told me I had a mean grip and squeze at times and I have to say I miss judo very badly.

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Had to show off my first time getting the highest possible score. Probably my most dominant game ever. Still have never lost with Steel Judoka. [Media]
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Meet our new albanian brother Shpend Nakamuraj (Shigeki Nakamura) who won a gold medal in Judo for Kosova by defeating serbian judoka Aleksandar Rajicic

https://www.koha.net/sport/239856/flaka-loxha-ne-finale-fazliu-fiton-dy-mecet-e-para-ne-dubrovnik/

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Judoka Talk: Interview with L.A. Smith. In the first of a series of interviews I’m planning to do with US and international Judoka, I talk to L.A. Smith about his journey through Judo. (Audio only in Bio) youtu.be/oPC1-sGJvfU
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Men only - your Experience with high level female Judoka in Randori

I was watching the Grand Slam Budapest and did randori with some of the female contestants.

What is your experience doing randori with high level (national and international) female Judoka?

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I’ve been hosting this Judo talk show on my YouTube channel for a few weeks now. Are there any topics you’d think would be interesting for some current competitive judoka to discuss? youtu.be/Gqc6YewNXXQ
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In the 3rd of a series of interviews on Judoka Talk, I talk with Finnish Judoka Martti Puumalainen. Martti took 3rd place in last year's u23 European Championships at +100kg. We discuss topics ranging from the Judo development pathway in Finland to his experience moving up from -100kg to +100kg. youtu.be/_Xli0nzeOT0
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[HELP] WHY ARE THE RUSTING HULKS SO FUN, also can someone give recommendations to buy mechs, the only cheap ones are the zenith ones but from what I've seen I'm not gonna enjoy them, I've wasted money on judoka and blitz and I gotta say, they ain't that fun
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President of Mongolia is a Judoka
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Judoka struggling with turtling

Hey team,

As a judoka I’ve been hitting up some bjj classes.

My instinct when in danger is go to turtle (during ground work) or lie flat on my stomach (which is fine in judo).

But in bjj I get hammered, and i tend not to be able to bet out of that position.

Any advice for trying to change that behaviour, or how to recover if I get stuck in turtle?

Thanks!

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Tatami Talk Podcast Episode 011 - Traveling to Japan as a recreational Judoka (Part 2)

Episode 11: https://anchor.fm/tatamitalk/episodes/Tatami-Talk-Podcast-Episode-011---Traveling-to-Japan-as-a-recreational-Judoka-Part-2-ejuqkl

Youtube: https://youtu.be/CSINanPDzEY

Podcast Site: https://anchor.fm/tatamitalk

Also listen on Apple iTunes, Google podcasts, Google Play Music and Spotify

In episode 11 of Tatami Talk, USA Judo Nationals cancelled. And the second part of a two part interview, Juan talks with Anthony and Richard about their trip to Japan to watch the 2019 World Championships, and their experience training and traveling in Japan as recreational Judokas.

USA Judo Nationals cancelled [2:00] Japan trip interview part 2 [09:35]

Email us: [email protected]

Follow us on Instagram

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Anthony: @anthonythrows

Richard: @ozomapilli

Audio podcast intro+outro by Donald Rickert: https://www.reverbnation.com/donaldrickert/song/30424371-powder-blues

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For judokas who have had ACL reconstruction

Hey all! I am in the 5th month post my ACL reconstruction and as my mobility improves, I start seeing myself getting (slowly) back to training. But the first think I need to do is a proper za rei without feeling my knee will break in two.

Did anyone else have problem with za rei after ACL reconstruction? Did you reach a point where it wasn't an issue anymore? What exercises did you do to overcome this problem?

Many thanks in advance!

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Would you help a judoka who ask for it ? Have a look to this request. cestquoitonkim.com/2020/1…
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Judoka! confidence's through the roof!! destroy me hoes!
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Judoka, thicc boys and kesa players: old school judo counters vs back takes

Came across these the other day and wanted to share them. They're good.

My usual method to counter / bait the back take is to go for the otter flip and take opposite side control, then hit a kimura or reverse cutting armbar. I also sometimes just hit the bolt lock (or whatever the hell that is called) if they're lazy on the under side arm.

If all that fails, I can also just bait them into Panda/sitting turtle and play from there (make sure you get wrist control and block the seat belt).

In any case, based on playing with them tonight, I'm giving these a thumbs up. They're worth adding to the arsenal IMESHO.

Top side waki-gatame

They bridge and roll you? That's a waki gatame!

Bonus points: if you've ever done a fatman roll badly and the combined momentum has caused a re-roll, I'm pretty sure you can use the second technique to snag a sneaky sub.

Hope these are of interest; I'll be quietly working on these for the next little while, I reckon...

EDIT to add: if you click the hamburger menu on any of the gifs, it should give you the option of watching the full clip on youtube.

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Judoka Talk: we talk about Teddy’s recent loss and our thoughts on his ability to bounce back for the games. We also talk more about the return of the world tour. (Audio only in bio of the video) youtu.be/9fJLDDrDnGs
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How a judoka takes aikido techniques, interesting ukemi comparison youtu.be/NeeKIr6oIsI
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Can I ask some advice off experienced Judokas?

I have not done Judo for many moons... I have since lockdown. After watching various people including Teddy Riner practice our passion using props. I am slowly getting back into moving into the body to execute throws. Uchi Mata. Tai Otoshi etc.

I was watching an instructional video some weeks ago. This was by a Red and White banded belt grade.

Instead of holding the back of the arm/back of elbow. This person said he preferred to hold the wrist/hand. This gives better control...

As I practice the above named throws I am intentionally holding this hand/wrist. From what I can see after the initial slam into the ground. I am still holding this hand/wrist.

Could this technique holding this hand twist or at worst break the wrist? I'm picturing myself doing this throw. I am also picturing the mechanics on the stress this could cause to wrist/hand.

I am not experienced enough to visualise the end result.

Thank you folks!

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Iranian Judoka Testify Against Islamic Regime Practice of Throwing Matches to Avoid Israeli Athletes at International Sports Court iranwire.com/en/features/…
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Not trying not to start a war but I recently saw this post... Judoka who also do BJJ do you agree 2 years BJJ = 10 years Judo in newaza?
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Advice for a new Judoka - Kuzushi/pressure testing throws

Dear Judoka of Reddit, this is my first post here so apologies if I'm not explaining correctly.

I started Judo before lock down in the UK, I am 23 (M) and with a decent background in martial arts. Its fair to say that I was absolutely loving the training and I'm itching to get back as soon as possible. A big problem that I was having was the Kuzushi/balance breaking before throwing in randori, I just don't seem to be able to get it right whilst we are moving and both trying to attempt techniques. I was wondering if any Judoka on here know of any videos, advice or even solo practice drills that you wouldn't mind sharing.

After we are free from lock down here I want to get back to the mat and I want to build myself up for my first competition when I've gotten a better grasp on things (pun intended). Thanks for reading and I hope that you're all taking care of yourselves.

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If a Judoka or Catch Wrestler had been invited, could they have won the first UFCs?
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Judoka Talk the return of Judo and growing the Judo fanbase youtu.be/Eh9A7KYz2Z4
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Catch wrestler vs Judoka

A tale old as time, who do you think will win?

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Pure Judokas in MMA?

Simply the title,i know of the names like Ronda,Kayla,Akiyama (my fav to watch) etc.I am looking for guys who used primarily Judo to find success in the cage as i have grown a fascination for this art.Any help is appreciated!

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Advice Please Off Judokas

In Karate and other Martial Art they have a sequence where majority of fighting/defence moves-flow. Like in a set pattern.

I am slowly getting my body back into the grab and throw instinct. Hopefully!. Is there a set pattern in a Judo sequence where Judo literally flows? Just like Tai Chi. Is it on good old YouTube? Nearly in my mid fifties. So not too strenuous. I ain't a Spring Chicken no more.

Thank you JudokasπŸ‘

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Looking for some help from experienced judokas

Okay, this might sound a bit out there but bear with me.

I am not a judoka and never have been but I do run a club for Historical Medieval Battle (HMB). Effectively the sport it fully armoured, full contact fighting which has a lot of time and emphasis on standing grappling.

In the main discipline (Buhurt) which are group fights, the aim is to take your opponents off their feet. Any point of contact with the floor other than your feet and you are considered down and out of the fight.

I’m looking for input from the experienced judokas here on what standing takedown techniques you would feel are potentially high level success rates and best to practice and implement with our clubs training regimen.

Ideally I want to have a β€˜Judo for HMB’ series that we can run through with our club to equip our fighters better for these prolonged grappling exchanges.

Techniques for use in open play and also against the list (fence) are the main aim.

I’ve also linked below one of our training highlight from one of our club sessions to give you an idea.

https://youtu.be/hCakFQ_hJ0o

Any help greatly appreciated.

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Some Judokas compete for different countries than their own countries, why is that case?

For example Ilias Iliadis did compete for Greece and Vedat Albayrak competes for Turkey, although they're both originally Georgian. What's the reason behind this?

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Reactie op de zelfmoord van een judoka
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Can anyone tell me what the Japanese Judoka is saying when falling? v.redd.it/ll2bu9f29zl51
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Beginning Judoka, but has past experience in other martial arts.

Hello, I’m new to this group, but I’m 17 years old, and I recently made the decision to get back involved in Judo. I’ve done other martial arts in the past, including a short period of Judo(I only made it to my orange belt), but I also did 4 years of freestyle wrestling, made it to my green belt in Karate, my orange belt in Taekwondo, and a jr black belt in jiu jitsu. I began taking Jiu Jitsu when I was 7, and quit when I was 12 because my family moved to another state. Im excited now to get back involved in Judo, and now that I’ve grown some more both mentally and physically, and have the past experience in Jiu Jitsu and wrestling, I feel like it could benefit me in Judo. I don’t remember everything from wrestling and Jiu Jitsu, but I remember plenty of throws, moves, and techniques, and now that it’s been 5 years since then, I have no idea where to start again. Is there any advice you could give me on training, beginners advice, anything to know before my first competition? And if anyone else on here also has done or does wrestling and/or Jiu Jitsu could you give me advice on how to add that into Judo to help me improve? I’d greatly appreciate it. I’m so excited to start, but at the same time, idk where to start. I apologize for this long post lol, I hope you all have a great day!

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Hey I was wondering can judokas easily adapt to no gi in mma?
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Can I ask for some advice off Judokas?

I have started to slowly start just practice.. ( I'm not going to explain why I cannot do Judo no more because I'll be in floods of tears ) a couple of leg throws Uchi Mata etc. My opponent is just an old fleece I used to have. I hold it In front of me, back of neck and back elbow. I then move into the fleece and then lift the leg as if I am sweeping the opponent...you know what I mean?

I'm nearly fifty three years young and a little bit disabled. This is why I cannot do Judo. When I was younger and doing Judo I had no problems moving into the oppo's body to do the throw. Now i struggle to move onto the body. I am slow and decrepit. My one way around this is to as I "try" to move into the body I push the oppo away in a controlled push. But as I do this I move a bit more easier. Then I pull them into the back of my body. The momentum from this gives me more oomph. (Please don't laugh, this is the only way I can practice my passion Judo❀️) I then perform the throw.

Now hopefully people will be able to picture this?

Would pushing the body away and dragging into my body be effective in a self defence scenario.

Can I ask please Judokas. Treat this question seriously. I know I haven't done Judo for 40 year. But I am more passionate now about Judo than when I was a child. Thank you all

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Jessica Santos (Brazilian judoka)
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Fellow judokas, have you ever had to use your judo to defend yourself from an attacker?

just curious as I don't hear many stories of people using their judo skills outside the dojo.

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Foreign Judoka and pronouncing Japanese

Because of the lockdown in my country I’ve been watching more videos on YouTube and have noticed just how badly some non-Japanese pronounce some technique names. I can’t claim to be a Japanese speaker but my dojo has always insisted that we try to get as close as possible, that way no matter where we are in the world, β€œthe language of judo is universal”.

I’ve noticed it most with β€œseoi nage” - it seems in the UK in particular (usually on commentary) they struggle with this and say it as β€œseeya naggy”, and a top level Aussie says it the same way. The same with Sumi gaeshi pronounced β€œsumi gay she”.

I was at a seminar with a visiting Japanese sensei once and an Brit judoka asked for some help with his β€œtommy naggy”. After some confusion it seems he meant tomoe nage.

Does it just come down to laziness? Does your dojo insist on proper pronunciation or do they just not care?

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Tatami Talk Podcast Episode 010 - Judo for self defense, traveling to Japan as a recreational Judoka, interview with Richard Contreras (Part 1)

Episode 10: https://anchor.fm/tatamitalk/episodes/Tatami-Talk-Podcast-Episode-010---Judo-for-self-defense--traveling-to-Japan-as-a-recreational-Judoka--interview-with-Richard-Contreras-Part-1-ej2ab7

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dMnwkx2yUk

Podcast Site: https://anchor.fm/tatamitalk

Also listen on Apple iTunes, Google podcasts, Google Play Music and Spotify

In episode 10 of Tatami Talk, the first part of a two part interview, Juan talks with Anthony and Richard about their trip to Japan to watch the 2019 World Championships, and their experience training and traveling in Japan as recreational Judokas. We ask Richard about how he discovered Judo, and his experience with grappling as a gay man. We also talk about our personal experiences and opinion on Judo for self defense.

Discovering Judo [2:00]

Grappling as a gay man [20:20]

Judo is back! [24:02]

Judo for self defense [31:50]

Story about Frank Emi Sensei [1:00:50]

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