Today millions of people worldwide practice Judo, most of them as combat sport, but also for fitness, as means to self-defense and many other reasons. Log in or sign figgting in seconds. Submit a new link. I was later shocked to see some of the prices Amazon sellers were asking for. All techniques are shown in sequence photography, with detailed descriptions, tips and advice from Kudo. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
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Fighting Judo by Katsuhiko Kashiwazaki. Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. This is one of the best available books on katame waza. Thomas rated it it was amazing Sep 11, This is a fundamental attitude of world champions Katsuhihiko Kashiwazaki foghting Hidetoshi Nakanishi, who are now among the foremost teachers in Japan. Want to Read saving…. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Isao Inokuma and Nobuyuki Sato have also been world-class judo champions, and their advice and enthusiasm have helped train countless other judo practitioners.
I hope it gets posted up here! Thank you so much for posting this! Want to add to the discussion? Only a man who knows the techniques completely and who has mastered their very inner meanings could write a book This is a million times better than Best Judo.
But this boldness must be based on a sound technical understanding. This is why Dynamic Judo is I hope it gets posted up here! Attacking Judo is a new concept in judo publishing Thomas rated it it was amazing Sep 11, My fingers are slowly turning that way too. No trivia or quizzes yet.
Vogrel My friend recently scanned this out-of-print Kashiwazaki book and shared it with me. Books by Katsuhiko Kashiwazaki. Used to be very common. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Anyway Thank you for this!!
By Brian A. While merely doing routine Judo randori in Japan, the author noted "When I was a high school boy, I broke my right elbow twice and my left elbow once, as well as various fingers and toes As an adult, after winning the World Championships in Maastricht Holland, Katsuhiko Kashiwazaki was bedridden partially paralyzed with an injured neck, another elbow injury, and massive headaches. Yet instead of retiring from Judo, he took a step-down and avoided entering the All Japan Judo Championships for a sixth time to compete in the international Kano Cup. Sporting old and fresh injuries equivalent to those received in a car crash, Katsuhiko Kashiwazaki took the gold medal in an international event that few American Judo players are even good enough to enter! The author won ninety percent of his championships with Ne-waza. But this is no hagiography as the self-effacing World Champion Katsuhiko Kashiwazaki reflected: "I was the world champion for a minute; at the most for a day.