Details virtually everything the judoka needs to knowafrom the artas throws, chokes and grappling techniques to the mental preparation it takes to be a champion. Originally published in 1979, this seminal work is still considered one of the best and most comprehensive books written on the subject of judo, and it continues to provide readers with a deeper understanding and appreciation of the agentle way.aIn every case, the sincere judoka seeks to make each of his movements into a work of art. In so doing, he maintains a single-minded goal: overcome the opponent. Dr. Kano, extolling the benefits of randori in his speech at the 1932 Olympic Games, said, aquot;Mental training in judo can be ... the prescribed rules of judo, both parties must remain wide awake, endeavoring to find weak points in the opponent, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Judo Textbook in Practical Application|
|Author||:||Hayward Nishioka, James R. West|
|Publisher||:||Black Belt Communications - 1979|