Coach, competitor, or instructor, this series offers the knowledge to give you the competitive edge. This 5 volume series includes all techniques from the original Kodokan; including throws, holddowns, chokes and armlocks, top modern Olympic Judo techniques, plus awesome combination and countering techniques. One disappointment for myself was the excerpt of Sankaku-jime Triangle choke he only covered the triangle from guard for a short period, and mostly showcased how to triangle when someone is in turtle. So I just go a free copy of Mike Swain's Complete Judo, and I just wanted to share some thoughts and maybe help people who are thinking about buying this title. Pros: 10 characters minimum Count: 0 of 1,000 characters 4. What I like also, is that he shows modified types of chokes like Hadaka-Jime in which he shows essentially what is a rear naked choke. There is an emphasis on ground work, which is nice, and the throws do look good.
This video for me is a good way to brush up your skills, and is an excellent supplement to any Judoka. Mike Swain, 5 time Olympian and world champion along with Keith Nakasone, Olympian and 5 times national champion bring you a dynamic teaching and coaching guide. One-line summary: 10 characters minimum Count: 0 of 55 characters 3. What I really like about this section is a fairly long excerpt on how to break a grip and get the armbar. Saulo Ribeiro takes the same kind of approach just with an accent and I have learned a ton from him as well. Music loops over and over and sux. This extends to top modern Olympic Judo techiques, plus awesome combination and countering techniques.
It's good, but narration is sometimes bad, techniques are shown well, but may not be for beginners in some areas. The second third of the first dvd covers choking techniques, and I honestly do believe this is one of the best showcases of chokes I have seen in a video. There are long pauses and he tends to repeat himself. These techniques are a little harder to follow and are more advanced, but they are effectively shown. Ude Garame arm entanglement is shown quite well, especially to those who are new at armlocks, as it is slow and makes sure to show the proper amount of force.
Some guys just like a bunch of techniques to drill. But it does feel a little thrown together to me. Overall it gets a B+ for emphasis on ground game and submissions and for the clear way everything is presented. Mike Swain, 5 time Olympian and world champion along with Keith Nakasone, Olympian and 5 times national champion bring you a dynamic teaching and coaching guide. The last third of the first dvd shows common, and some less common arm locks.
I mainly want to work off my basic game and go for transitions and good counters. There is also a section on switching from the triangle choke to armbar which is cool because frankly, some triangles just don't work out the way you want when you're starting out. Mike Swain's Complete Judo is the ultimate reference tool with over 100 standing and grappling techniques of Judo. As he is going through different kinds of pins he also showcases different submissions from that position. Download Information File Size 9. Download Information File Size 10.
Full Specifications What's new in version 3. This, though more realistic in a Judo setting, with short times on the ground in a tournament was kind of a letdown because I do like to work from guard. It's a good intermission before getting into other things. Not only is the standard Ude Garame shown Kimura but also modifications like the Keylock, and the Americana. They're informative, just not as much as the other stuff. You are logged in as. Edit: Since people are looking at the review but probably not reading it because it is so loooooong, here's a short review.
You are logged in as. Mike Swain and Keith Nakasone demonstrate Kodokan Judo techniques for standing and groundwork. If you know what each throw looks like, this dvd will be helpful, but I imagine relative beginners would have a hard time seeing exactly what is going on. What I really did like about this dvd is the excerpt on combinations and counters, giving the Judoka watching some ideas on combos, which becomes ever more useful and neccesary in a Judoka's career. Nakasone in my opinion does a good job to show beginners especially how to get into, and out of common pins. Mike Swain, 5 time Olympian and world champion along with Keith Nakasone, Olympian and 5 times national champion bring you a dynamic teaching and coaching guide.
Summary: optional Count: 0 of 1,500 characters The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. They all have amazing instructionals. Nakasone carefully shows how to apply good chokes. Swain showcases seven different ways to do it, including two when someone is too strong. Got a great deal on it and I jumped on it very quick.