JUDO FOR EVERYONE
NOT JUST FOR THE ATHLETICALLY INCLINED
Judo for Everyone addresses the following problems that have always existed in judo:
PROBLEM – Beginners being abruptly placed in the sink or swim pool of standing
SOLUTION – To have a method that gradually introduces beginners to the
competitive skills needed for standing randori.
PROBLEM – Having only one type of standing randori which has a concrete
boundary of contest at one end and an ill-defined, indistinct, boundary at the other end.
SOLUTION – To have three types of standing randori whose boundaries are well
defined and practical to work within.
PROBLEM – Having only one type of contest that is too difficult and too physically
demanding for many people.
*SOLUTION – To have three different types of contest with varying degrees of
*Catering to different levels of skill, interest, fitness and age.
How exciting! It’s so cool to see the finished product, I hope you are happy with it all. Thank you again for allowing me to be a test dummy. We have already started teaching everyone at our school your system and it’s very interesting to see how people’s randori changes because of it. Just the other day, I was doing randori with a Shodan and he went for Ippon Seoi Nage and I floated around without a second thought. It wasn’t until he made a comment about it that I even thought a thing of it.
Parker (One of the yellow belts in the YouTube films)