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I could sit down and write 100’s of programs for each individual, but there are a few problems with this such as timescale, compliance, each individuals home schedule, equipment available, mental wellbeing, being at different training levels and pure workload (for everyone).
Do you feel like you do not always execute your throws with enough power? Do you collapse halfway through your throw? Do you pick up niggles and injuries often and not sure why?
Firstly we think it’s really important to have a schedule for your posts, rather than just sticking odd random bits up now and then. We have published a weekly timetable for our members so they can factor Judo into their new daily lives.
I had a great experience on the Orignal Judo Pod talking about coaching, and starting my YouTube channel. Unfortunately for my podcast debut, the audio quality isn’t the greatest, not sure what happened with the recording, or if it was the strength of the connection of the call. But that said I had fun doing
Judo basics for everyone is an important YouTube video for me as this is the online video that motivated me to start all of my online content. This resource is quite outdated (filmed in 2014), with the introductions of new rules within the sport, but still serves as a great reference point for many with