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Best Judo by Isao Inokuma (1978-12-06)


Kodokan Judo Throwing Techniques


Armlocks Neil Adams


Attacking Judo Katsuhiko Kashiwazaki – Hidetoshi Nakanishi


hg0088皇冠官方网站Black belt Neil Ohlenkamp


Competitive Judo Ron Angus


Falling Hard Mark Law


Grips Neil Adams


Judo basics, Pat Harrington


Judo Heart & Soul Hayward Nishioka


Judo in action Kazuzo Kudo


Black belt Neil Ohlenkamp


Kodokan Judo Jigoro Kano


Kodokan Judo Throwing Techniques Toshiro Daigo


Mastering Judo Masao Takahashi


Mind over muscle Jigoro Kano


Pick-Ups Robert Van de Walle


Russian Judo Alexander Iatskevich


Strenght and conditioning of Judo Mike Callan, Andy Burns


The A-Z of Judo Syd Hoare


The canon of Judo Kyuzo Mifune


The complete 7 katas of judo Mikonosuke Kawaishi


The father of Judo Brian N. Watson


The pyjama game Mark Law


The secrets of Judo Jiichi Watanabe


VOYAGES IMMOBILES around the tatami of the world - Nicolas Messner - Editions Astrid Franchet


JUDO WORLD TOUR - The globe-trotting Judoka

by Morgan Girardeau

A crazy plan to some, an ambitious project to others, reckless or brave!!! An idea that first went through my mind in 1996, on the day that I got my black belt: the desire to travel and explore the world, club by club, dojo by dojo, practising judo as I went! Reaching out to others, learning about their culture, their environment, sharing with them this same passion for the effort and the values and principles devised by the founder of this martial art and educational system! This dream of every judoka, this extraordinary personal adventure, from 14 September 2015 to 12 July 2017, I did it! In all humility, I swapped my status as a teacher for that of a student! I went and I managed to take part in training in 41 countries, a symbolic number representing my age when I finished my intense, eventful, moving and challenging journey!