2008 Olympic Champion and 2012 Olympic silver medalist, Ole Bischof is one of Germany's greatest middleweight fighters.
Bischof is also a great coach, with a clear understanding of how to break down and teach some of judo's most complex techniques. An expert in both Tachi waza and Ne waza, thi...
Presented by Ki-Young Jeon, Korea's Olympic and triple World Champion, this is a remarkable insight into the incredible success of the Korean men's team over the last ten years.
At the 2015 World Championships Korea's men's team placed second to Japan, with two gold medals and two bronze medals.
When it comes down to the ins and outs of a fight, what is the crucial factor that wins someone a gold medal at a Grand Prix, at a Grand Slam, at a World Championships?
I look forward to you joining me on the mat.
Multiple World and European medallist Euan Burton reveals the techniques that transformed him from 'an unexceptional teenage judoka' to one of the best in the world.
In his own words: "I will break down the gripping, preparation, attack system and newaza that I built my judo around and show you ...
Husband and wife team Euan Burton and Gemma Gibbons present the principles behind Kumi kata, Tachi waza and transition into Ne waza.
If you want a clear understanding of the fundamentals of judo, this is not to be missed. Gibbons is a former Olympic medalist and Burton is a multiple World and ...
Here you can see great judoka show you their favourite techniques
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Judo changed Yasuhiro Yamashita from a schoolyard bully to one of the greatest players the sport has ever produced.
Now, as the IJF Education and Coaching Director, Yamashita introduces a DVD which aims to get children all over the world involved in judo similar to the way he became absorbed b...