April 12


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By Vince

April 12, 2020

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Are you a coach wanting your Judoka to train during Isolation? Or maybe you are a Judoka and want ideas for your training sessions? 

There is a solution! 

I work with a lot of Judoka all of who I want to help with training over this period of isolation – The keyword is help in this instance. This is unchartered territory for all of us and on our young developing athletes, it will be tough both physically and more importantly mentally. 

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). 

So I decided to create an online training platform, due to time constraints this is content is very raw at the moment. That said it still has; 

  • Aerobic Training Sessions
  • Bodyweight sessions 
    • Upper
    • Lower
    • Core
  • Agility sessions
  • Judo Drills
  • Training resources

Over the coming days and weeks I will be looking at adding to the current session content and; 

  • Resistant bands
  • Battle Ropes
  • Kettle Bells
  • Judo resistant bands

By putting sessions online and allowing my players the autonomy of selecting their sessions this should create a better compliance or buy into the sessions. Why? Simple, they can pick sessions that; 

  • match their ability.
  • work with their time constraints.
  • suitable for the space that they have.
  • they have similar equipment.
  • reflects how they are feeling. 

This is one place my players can go pick what session they would like to do and get it done. They can then record it, adding it to their training diary. At the end of this isolation period, they can look back and see how much they have done, feel fitter, stronger and know they have used their valuable time to good effect. 

This is not just a problem for me but a problem for everyone, coaches and players alike. 

So I have made this an open platform for all clubs and players, completely free. People can comment on training sessions add and some suggestions. 

I am also asking S&C coaches, nutritionist, judo coaches for content that will help you. I will add as much content as I can to this course for you to use at your convenience. 


I hope this helps. All the best with your training and remember this is a positive space. Please respect all users.

All the best Vince

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