Judo as a Fighting Art

To many Judo is perhaps the ultimate combat sport. With its wide range of throws, its thirty second hold down rule and the use of locks and chokes, the art takes years to master, uses massive amounts of energy and is a very punishing work out. But if you were to come at Judo from a different point of view, you will find, hidden too deeply perhaps, the complete unarmed combat system. We are not talking sport here, but a means of self-defence, restraint and total physical domination over another human being. Since 1964, when Judo became an Olympic entity […]

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