One of the biggest challenges facing judo instructors today is the frequent turn-over in student enrollments. Judo classes for young people often dwindle in size after a few lessons because many students get discouraged or become fearful at trying to learn throws, flips or seemingly complicated holds. Most judo classes for youngsters are adapted from adult judo classes and children find them uninteresting, sometimes intimidating and usually beyond their attention span.

This DVD is created for instructors and concerned parents as a guide to judo training for small children and beginning students. Whether in formal judo attire (a judo gi or uniform) or comfortable clothes, students and instructors alike will find the methods of training presented here easy to follow and even easier to perform. My goal is to help teach judo to anyone willing to take the time to view and follow the instructions I have prepared.


Volume #1(48 Min.)
Commercial
JUDO WHITE to BLACK TEXTBOOK OF JUDO

UKEMI (Break fall) Back, sides & forward
NAGE WAZA (Throwing techniques)
1. TAI HINERI NAGE
2. IPPON SEOI NAGE
3. KATA ERI SEOINAGE
4. OSOTO GARI
5. IPPON OSOTO GARI
6. OUCHI GARI
7. TOMOENAGE
8. OGOSHI
9. DEASHI BARAI
10. TAIOTOSHI
11. KATAGURUMA

KATAME WAZA (Grappling techniques) w/escapes
1. KESA GATAME
2. YOKO SHIHO GATAME
3. KAMI SHIHO GATAME
4. TATE SHIHO GATAME
5. ENTERING to GRAPPLING

Volume #2(55 Min.)
Commercial
JUDO WHITE to BLACK
TEXTBOOK OF JUDO
A typical class
How to wear judo gi
Hygiene
Rank system Rank conversion
SIMPLE SHIAI RULES AND HAND SIGNALS
Method of gaining a point Scores Penalties
Referee’s gestures and commands
Judge’s gestures
Contest simulation
Common judo terminologies
Words used for greetings
Japanese counting
About producer
Starring
Acknowledgements
Copyright
Commercial

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