Starting judo as a quiet, shy, six year old in the small Scottish town where my gran and granddad lived I never in my wildest dreams imagined that I would be on a worldwide coaching site sharing my hints and tips on how to become a successful judoka.
Euan Burton and Gemma Gibbons showcase the principles of their gripping, movement and attack system that the couple built their successful judo around - showing you how, by taking care of the basics, you can take your competitive judo to the next level.
Bischof competed in two Olympic Games. The first was in 2008, when he became Olympic Champion. And the second was four years later in London, when he won the silver medal. He was also European Champion and a World medallist.
Presented by Ki-Young Jeon, Korea's Olympic and triple World Champion, this is a remarkable insight into the incredible success of the Korean men's team over the last ten years. At the 2015 World Championships Korea's men's team placed second to Japan, with two gold medals and two bronze medals.
In our opinion, Keiji Suzuki is without question the world's leading expert on Ashi waza.
Suzuki fought in the same era as his great Japanese rival Kosei Inoue. In 2002, when Suzuki started making a name for himself, Inoue was already an international superstar, having won two World Championsh...