KODOKAN JUDO THROWING TECHNIQUES DAIGO PDF

Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Throughout the long history of Japan's martial traditions, judo has evolved into one of the nation's richest and most revered cultural legacies. The vast array of judo techniques has branched out into three distinct categories: throwing techniques, grappling techniques, and striking techniques. Of these, throwing techniques nage-waza represent some of the most dynamic and compelling aspects of this world-famous martial art.

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Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Throughout the long history of Japan's martial traditions, judo has evolved into one of the nation's richest and most revered cultural legacies. The vast array of judo techniques has branched out into three distinct categories: throwing techniques, grappling techniques, and striking techniques.

Of these, throwing techniques nage-waza represent some of the most dynamic and compelling aspects of this world-famous martial art. Recent developments in competition shiai and free practice randori have seen an increase in the number of forms of nage-waza, leading to often confusing interpretations of the techniques' names. The purpose of this book, therefore, is to provide a comprehensive and correct classification of nage-waza terminology as used in both competition and practice.

All the sixty-seven official Kodokan throwing techniques and their various forms are explained thoroughly and concisely, and over 1, photographs accompany the text to provide the reader with the most comprehensive guide to judo's throwing forms to date. For many years author Toshiro Daigo has held the prestigious position of chief instructor at the Kodokan, regarded as the mecca for all judo enthusiasts, and this book is the result of painstaking research into the constantly changing forms of judo's nage-waza.

It will be an invaluable resource for practitioners everywhere. Read more Read less. Frequently bought together. Add all three to Cart. These items are shipped from and sold by different sellers. Show details. Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Previous page. Jiu-jitsu University. Mastering Jujitsu. Next page. He graduated from the Tokyo University of Education, and later became the judo champion of Japan in , , and He has been the chief instructor at the Kodokan for many years, and was the manager of the Japanese judo team at the Olympic Games in Montreal, and at the Olympic Games in Los Angeles.

In he received the rank of Kodokan 9th dan. He has published several textbooks on judo in Japanese. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. MCRP B. No customer reviews. How does Amazon calculate star ratings? The machine learned model takes into account factors including: the age of a review, helpfulness votes by customers and whether the reviews are from verified purchases. Review this product Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review.

Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. Verified Purchase. Love this judo book, I bought myself a 2nd once i seen that it came back into print again. This goes with me to class every week. I love the detail and the number of variations it throws in for the throwing techniques.

This is not however a comprehensive book and will not provide any ground work or kata. This is just Here is Tai Otoshi, Here is the first way, then it will go through key points and some variations. The problem I have with this book as they dont always have pictures lining up with the descriptions and not as many pictures as you would like. So if you are hoping for a picture to sell the throw you will not get that for a lot of the variations.

There will be like 1 or 2 per description for most. The descriptions are very details and thorough however can be somewhat confusing at times. It works well to take them step by step with someone. This is a book for students and instructors, I would say mid level judoka and up. I would say it is a good book for beginners but there are better for beginners then this. If you are needing details and variation this will do it for you.

If you are looking for easy laid out descriptions that pair with pictures for each step of the way, this is not the book to start with. I highly recommend this book but caution those new to the sport as this was not my go to until I got past sankyu.

This book covers all 67 categories of throws in nage waza standing techniques. Each category presents the basic, cannonical, throw plus a series of variations on it and considerations to take into account. Some even include references to older jujitsu techniques. Photographs are in black and white, but they are clear and the sequence presented is relevant; you get to see the meaningful intermediate steps. I bought it used and a little over twice its original value the book seems to be out of print at this time, Jan.

Summarizing, this is a great book and I strongly recommend it to the serious Judo practicioner or instructor. As novice bjj player I find the work straight forward. Easy to follow and a great reference book for my rather lack luster stand up game. This is an excellent manual for studying Judo Techniques and their various nuances. It is a wonderful reference manual. I was recently using it to brush up on techniques to help me study for my Shodan exam and passed!

Reading the other reviews here of Daigo Kudan's work, now released in English by Kodansha, it is very difficult to add to the words of praise for this monumental collection of Kodokan Judo nagewaza. Originally this material was published in a series of Kodokan magazine articles. In fact, the two models for principal photography worked with the author and publisher for eight years.

Kodansha Int'l deserves praise for its commitment to bringing judo books like "Kodokan Throwing Techniques" to students outside of Japan. Most recently, a reprint and updated translation of the coveted Mifune Judan's "The Canon of Judo" was also released, and it is hard to say which book I like best.

Both will raise the level of the reader's understanding of the technical and philosophical foundations of Kodokan Judo. Go to Amazon. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. DPReview Digital Photography.

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Kodokan Judo Throwing Techniques

Throughout the long history of Japan's martial traditions, judo has evolved into one of the nation's richest and most revered cultural legacies. The vast array of judo techniques has branched out into three distinct categories: throwing techniques, grappling techniques, and striking techniques. Of these, throwing techniques nage-waza represent some of the most dynamic and compelling aspects of this world-famous martial art. Recent developments in competition shiai and free practice randori have seen an increase in the number of forms of nage-waza, leading to often confusing interpretations of the techniques' names. The purpose of this book, therefore, is to provide a comprehensive and correct classification of nage-waza terminology as used in both competition and practice. All the sixty-seven official Kodokan throwing techniques and their various forms are explained thoroughly and concisely, and over 1, photographs accompany the text to provide the reader with the most comprehensive guide to judo's throwing forms to date. For many years author Toshiro Daigo has held the prestigious position of chief instructor at the Kodokan, regarded as the mecca for all judo enthusiasts, and this book is the result of painstaking research into the constantly changing forms of judo's nage-waza.

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Toshiro Daigo. Throughout the long history of Japan's martial traditions, judo has evolved into one of the nation's richest and most revered cultural legacies. The vast array of judo techniques has branched out into three distinct categories: throwing techniques, grappling techniques, and striking techniques. Of these, throwing techniques nage-waza represent some of the most dynamic and compelling aspects of this world-famous martial art. Recent developments in competition shiai and free practice randori have seen an increase in the number of forms of nage-waza, leading to often confusing interpretations of the techniques' names.

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This rule was cancelled in , but it was resumed in There will only be ippon and waza-ari scores given during a match with yuko scores now included within waza-ari. Multiple waza-ari scores are no longer converted into ippon scores. Golden Score is a sudden death situation where the clock is reset to match-time, and the first contestant to achieve any score wins. In January , the Hantei was removed and the "Golden Score" no longer has a time limit.

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