Monday, March 16, 2009

Judo a black belt of champions

Judo is a gentle form of combat, seen in Japan which uses a system to unarm the opponent; by taking them for surprise, when unaware of their surroundings or environment. The rules of this sport in competition are complying, upon throwing the opponent or pinning the person; within a certain time frame.

Moreover, a pressure point, arm lock or joint which perpetrates pressure is another form of causing an opponent to surrounded, to the match.

As of today, in contrast to, earlier forms of Judo; Judo is a recognize sport in the Olympics, with forth first competitions held in Tokyo, as world championships spread to other parts of the world.


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Len Wilson

United States Judo Association - USJA

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