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Judoka 06-26-2007 07:59 AM

Judokas Log
 
Well i might as well start one but i won't be doing much for a week and a half.

I have experience in of course Judo as well as Boxing and some experience in Karate.

Height - 6'0
Weight - about 145(don't have a weight scale)

Food -

Weetbix x6
Apple x2
Chicken wings x2
Rice
Carrots
Water(approx. 8 glasses)
Sandwich x1

Exercise -

30 minutes Bagwork(combos and cardio)
*15 minutes Shadowboxing with weights(decreased weights as time went)

I will exercise and workout a lot more very soon and my training ways range from modern with weights etc to traditional Karate training methods.

*Note - The shadowboxing with weights will increase hand speed with strikes and i am quite sure it is best to start with say 10 kilograms and decrease it to say 2.5 kilograms and then go to the bag and do bagwork or shadowbox but the bagwork after the speed weight training is better.


I will write from time to time explanations of techniques i know mainly Judo throws and i was about 2 sentences away from completing one about Uki Goshi(Floating Hip) and my computer stuffed up so sorry guys i will make it up to you.

But for know here are the 3 main and most important parts of a throw.

Kuzushi - Breaking the opponents balance.
Tsurkuri - Body contact
Kake - The part of the throw and follow through.

Next entry i will probably write a technique description, anyone got any requests of a Judo technique they want explaining? i will if i can.

Judoka 06-27-2007 07:48 AM

Food -
I will not be doing this for my average food take ins they are similiar to the one above.

Exercise/Workout -
Pushups 35x3
Situps 125
2k Run
15 minutes Bagwork(combos and cardio)
Approx 7 minutes Knuckle conditioning
*Traditional Karate strengthening method x10

Today was a fairly light one and i will be making much bigger logs soon and also an explanation of a Judo throw(O Goshi).


*This is a very unknown but excellent body strength training method.

Stand with you legs even and about shoulder width apart. Have your hands in the Karate punching position which is a fist with the palms facing upwards(both and with open hands). Tense/Flex every muscle in your body that you can. When you have done this reach out and turn your arms and when they are extended grab the air slowly and curl them back in. The important part of this method is that you must tense your body and also push and resist reaching out at the same time and it is amazing how much it fatigues you when done them correctly and a few of them.

Judoka 06-28-2007 05:36 AM

Exercise -

2k Run
Judo practice

I have been busy although tomorrow is a full workout and i will explain a Judo throw if i can, i may be busy but the fair chance is that i will get the workout done.

wukkadb 06-28-2007 01:22 PM

I'm looking forward to the Judo throw explanation:thumb03:

Judoka 06-28-2007 06:09 PM

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Originally Posted by wukkadb
I'm looking forward to the Judo throw explanation:thumb03:

Any ideas on what throw you want me explain? you don't have to know the name just what it looks like or when Karo did it or something and i will try to work it out if you don't know.

BJJ Boy 06-28-2007 06:57 PM

How long is your judo practice? What do you mean by knuckle conditioning?

Judoka 06-29-2007 12:58 AM

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Originally Posted by BJJ Boy
How long is your judo practice? What do you mean by knuckle conditioning?

Judo practice is 2 hours and knuckle conditioning is conditioning so it is harder pretty much so it does not hurt as much if you do a mis punch or something and you hit harder.

I do it by punching my punching bag with no gloves or anything.

wukkadb 06-29-2007 02:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Judokas
Any ideas on what throw you want me explain? you don't have to know the name just what it looks like or when Karo did it or something and i will try to work it out if you don't know.

How about the one where you have over/under clinch and your place your back foot across their feet, throw your weight down, and flip them over your hip. Anything would be cool though, that's just all I can think of. I'm VERY interested in Judo/Sambo and would love to gain any knowledge I can in that area.

Judoka 06-29-2007 02:31 AM

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Originally Posted by wukkadb
How about the one where you have over/under clinch and your place your back foot across their feet, throw your weight down, and flip them over your hip. Anything would be cool though, that's just all I can think of. I'm VERY interested in Judo/Sambo and would love to gain any knowledge I can in that area.

On the outside or inside? and where abouts, below the knee or above the knee?

Did Karo do it to Josh Burkman? that would be a good one because it is one of the throws i am best at.

wukkadb 06-29-2007 02:44 AM

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Originally Posted by Judokas
On the outside or inside? and where abouts, below the knee or above the knee?

Did Karo do it to Josh Burkman? that would be a good one because it is one of the throws i am best at.

Inside, not sure about the knee. It's like a hip toss but it's just really cool/effective.


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