Black Belt Judo

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New Holland Publishers, 2006 - Judo - 159 pages
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Offering judo practitioners a comprehensive illustrated manual to the sport, exploring the advanced techniques - arm locks, joint locks, strangleholds, and more - this book covers the fundamentals of the sport, including its history and development, as well as the philosophy that underpins judo.
 

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Contents

1 LETS BEGIN 11 8HAND THROWS 69
17
3 WHY JUDO WORKS
31
4 HOW JUDO DEVELOPS CHARACTER 35 11 PINNING
117
5 CLASSIFICATION OF TECHNIQUES 39 ground positions
129
Part Two 13JOINT LOCKS
139
6 PRINCIPLES OF THROWING 45 APPENDICES
147
7 HIP THROWS 57 GLOSSARY
157
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About the author (2006)

Neil Ohlenkamp holds a sixth degree black belt in judo and is a certified USJA master coach--the highest level of certification. He has nearly four decades of experience as a judo student, competitor, head instructor, national team coach, and tournament official. Sensei Ohlenkamp holds black belt rank certificates from the Kokodan Judo Institute of Tokyo, the United States Judo Association, and the United States Judo Federation.

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