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The Judo Chop Suey Podcast is a show that discusses International Judo Federation results, topics, techniques, history, and opinion on all things related to Judo. Dave Roman currently holds the rank of nidan in Judo and has been a practitioner of Judo for 14 years. Other grappling sports and topics may be covered from time to time, most notably on Brazilian Jiu Jitsu where Dave also holds the rank of blue belt.
 
Judo er mer enn kast og holdegrep. JudoMania gir deg alt du trenger å vite om judo, selvforsvar og andre kampformer. Jeg heter Arne Midtlund og har trent judo siden 1983. I 1989 tok jeg svart belte, og jeg har skrevet om judo på nett siden 1997. Nå forteller jeg om judo, kampsport og selvforsvar annenhver mandag i denne podcasten. Om du er interessert i judo, japansk samfunn, kultur og historie, nysgjerrig på kampsport, eller vil ha tips om selvforsvar, så er dette en podcast for deg.
 
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Welcome to Dog Judo. A world of dogs, judo, dogs talking about judo, judo fashion, powerdates, irritation, spite, and judo silliness. Over the course of the next few episodes we'll introduce you to Roy and his quest for proper judo and a successful powerdate - and Rexley who exists to ruin proper judo and successful powerdates. But will he lose a belt for it? Find out here with the original Dog Judo episodes and at www.dogjudo.com for the new series.
 
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I denne episoden av JudoMania Podcast blir du bedre kjent med Keiko Fukuda. Hun var ingen hvem som helst, men derimot var hun den høyest graderte kvinnen i judo. Hun fikk 9. dan (og burde selvsagt hatt 10. dan). Keiko Fukuda ble nesten 100 år gammel, og mesteparten av livet sitt brukte hun på å promotere judo. Både Jigoro Kano og Kyuzo Mifune var b…
 
Josh Hagen is the Executive Director and Head Coach of the Northwest Territories for Judo Canada. He was also the commentator for Judo for the CBC during the Olympic Games. Josh joins the podcast to discuss his role with Judo Canada, his experiences calling the action for the CBC during the Olympics, and we discuss Judo Canada's success during this…
 
I denne episoden snakker Jørgen Hillestad, presidenten i Norges Judoforbund, om norsk judo. Det blir både snakk om topp- og breddeidrett, landslaget i judo, judo for fred og den alvorlige situasjonen i Afghanistan, men også om Jørgens egen judobakgrunn, fokus på utvikling av gode judotrenere og et par framtidsvisjoner. Dette er en halvtimes prat om…
 
Da jeg begynte på judo, sa trenerne at den viktigste teknikken i judo var å lære å falle riktig. De sa også at de aller minste barna kan falle uten å slå seg. Nå som jeg er pappa selv, så er jeg ikke helt sikker på om det er 100 % korrekt, det har vært en del knall og fall og tårer, men det er jo kanskje likevel noe ved det? Kanskje i alle fall for…
 
Judo Dave breaks down all the Judo action at the Tokyo Olympics and gives his thoughts on the highs and lows for each day's final block action. Thoughts on Day 1 [10:00] Thoughts on Day 2 [22:18] Thoughts on Day 3 [33:23] Thoughts on Day 4 [46:06] Thoughts on Day 5 [54:12] Thoughts on Day 6 [01:00:10] Thoughts on Day 7 [01:11:31] Parting thoughts o…
 
Sanpo Toku var en selvsikker og til dels arrogant type. Han ble født i 1887 i Tokunoshima som er en øy omtrent så langt sør i Japan som det går an å komme. Toku trente både judo på Kodokan fra 1906, karate og kendo. Han ble faktisk hentet dit av Kaichiro Samura som senere fikk 10. dan i judo. Og grunnen til at jeg kaller ham arrogant har ikke bare …
 
Welcome to episode 22 of the Judo Talk Podcast where I speak to S&C coach and former judoka Allan Macdonald. This is a must-listen for all coaches, judoka ... well everyone. We talk about some basic ideas around strength and conditioning all the way through to more complex ideas of how strategy, fighting style, weight category can all interlink wit…
 
Om bare 5 dager starter judokonkurransene i OL i Tokyo. Og hva passer vel da bedre enn noen olympiske minner og litt fakta om judo - i de olympiske leker? Bryting og boksing har jo vært på det olympiske programmet lenge. Boksing kom med allerede i 1904, og bryting var allerede med i antikken, og da Pierre de Coubertin gjenskapte OL i 1896 var bryti…
 
In this episode, I talk to well me again ... due to a super busy week I just couldn't squeeze in any interviews so I discuss: England's footballers removing their medals. Adults returning to judo in England. Coaching at a high level. And why I don't teach drop techniques! Make sure you share the podcast and hit the subscribe. Contact me on social m…
 
This weeks episode is with Olympian, former World number 1, Commonwealth Games Champion, Welsh Judoka Natalie Powell. It's so good you really don't want to miss it! Natalie discusses how she is preparing for the Olympic Games in Tokyo, her journey to becoming a world-class athlete, difficult decisions she has had to make along the way and life afte…
 
Da Tokio Hirano (平野時男) ankom Holland i 1971 etter å ha vært hjemme i Japan i tre år på grunn av en alvorlig leversykdom, var dette en såpass viktig hendelse at landets største morgenavis, De Telegraaf, spanderte en hel forside på saken med overskriften «Hirano er tilbake!» Hvem var egentlig Tokio Hirano? Det skal vi se nærmere på i denne episoden. …
 
Welcome to episode 19 with Swedish National coach Robert Eriksson. Talking to me after Sweden's amazing success at the World Championships Robert discusses the journey to this point, his philosophy around judo and hopes for the Olympic Games! Everyone will gain something from this interview! Don't forget to share the podcast and please give it 5 st…
 
Welcome to episode 18 of the Judo Talk podcast with Simon Twigg and me discuss the joys of judo! Simon started judo as a boy, he loved the sport and enjoyed competing, but (like so many) in his later years moved away from the sport in pursuit of a career and family. After many decades away he has fallen back in love with the sport and has enjoyed t…
 
Judo Dave gives his thoughts on the World Judo Championships and some of the performances that stuck out over the Championship week. Show Email: judochopsueyshow@gmail.com Twitter, PSN, Instagram, and Draft Kings: @lavidajudoka Facebook: Judo Chop Suey Podcast YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/JudoChopSueyPodcast Podcast is also available on iTune…
 
I denne episoden snakker Jarne Byhre om selvforsvar - både før, under og etter en eventuell kamp. Det er faktisk mest snakk om hva man kan gjøre i forkant. Jarne Byhre og jeg har trent judo sammen både i Drammen Judo Club og i judogruppa til Konnerud IL. 1. dan i judo tok vi i Sandefjord i 1989. Ellers har han aldri vært redd for å prøve nye ting; …
 
Episode 17 of the Judo Talk podcast is with Gerard Turvey Managing Director of Nest Management. In this episode, we discuss how Gerard and his team can help you grow your judo club to record numbers. The whole of judo (and martial arts) has taken a real hit over the last year, we've all struggled but we've hit a point where we can rebuild and my ho…
 
Episode 16 of the Judo Talk podcast is with ... Me ... I hope that doesn't disappoint too much and I do explain why in this weeks pod! I want to continually push the podcast and this one was an experiment. I talk about various topics from the - World Championships - Learning judo right and left-handed - Why adolescents drop out of judo Plus more ..…
 
Er det noe de aller fleste kampformutøvere er enige om, så er det at kampformer på tv og film ikke gir et riktig inntrykk av virkeligheten. Alle mulige hjelpemidler benyttes for å få teknikkene på filmer til å se spektakulære ut. I tillegg blander man inn både akrobatiske elementer og ulike stuntscener, for at kampene skal se kule ut. I stikkordsfo…
 
In this episode of Judo Talk I talk to Judoka and PhD student Jade Eccles about her study into the psychology of eating behaviour and body image in judo. Jade discusses the importance of understanding the potential issues of practising a weight controlled sport. Bonus: I tried something new with this podcast answering YOUR questions from Linkedin, …
 
In Episode 14 (I miss labelled last weeks podcast, which was 13) of the Judo Talk Podcast, I talk with Adam Hall who is now head coach of Bath University. We discuss him learning from Jurgen Klinger and eventually taking over as head coach. His journey into coaching and his aims for the future. Remember do not forget to contact me at vince@vinceski…
 
Jonah Ewell and Taybren Lee come back to the podcast to discuss their experiences as competitors at the USA Judo Senior Nationals. Judo Dave gives his thoughts on the USA Judo Senior Nationals as well as the Grand Slam Kazan. Plus, a discussion on setups in Judo. Show Intro [01:52] Setups in Judo [08:49] USA Judo Senior Nationals [17:29] Jonah Ewel…
 
I mange sammenhenger, ikke minst når det gjelder trening, og kanskje særlig i kampsport, snakker man noen ganger om old school. Men hva er egentlig old school? Er det snakk om utdaterte treningsmetoder, gode gamle treningsmetoder uten noen former for pynt og fjas, eller er det noe annet? I denne episoden handler det om undervisning, men ikke hva sl…
 
Welcome to Episode 13 of the Judo Talk podcast and this week I talk to Cal Jones. Cal is a self-confessed skills 'geek' and someone who is keen to question why we practice judo ... the way we practice judo. Having never met Cal before it was a really insightful podcast with much discussion around how we learn and why we do what we do. Cal is a judo…
 
Welcome to episode 12 with Olympian, Commonwealth Games Champion Danny Williams. In this episode, we talk about what it is like to make the move from competitive judoka to a full-time athlete. The sacrifices one has to make and the lessons learned. As mentioned in the podcast, Danny has his own blog and weekly newsletter which you can subscribe to …
 
I våre dager deltar kvinner på lik linje med menn både på judotreninger og i konkurranser. Det internasjonale judoforbundet tilbyr nøyaktig de samme konkurransene, like mange vektklasser, og de sammen pengepremiene til både kvinner og menn. Og det er selvsagt slik det bør være, men slik har det absolutt ikke alltid vært. Det er blant annet bare 40 …
 
Episode 11 is with Commonwealth Games Champion, coach and mother Louise Renicks. A big thanks to Louise for this it was a really interesting discussion around moving from a judoka to a judo coach? You really pick up on Louise's passion for the sport, her desire to improve and want to help others. At the end of the podcast I ask for your thoughts on…
 
Episode 10 is with Scotland coach Gary Edwards. The title is a bit tongue in cheek and I am sure Gary will not mind me using it ... in the discussion, we discuss the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham and I asked if Scotland were worried about England and he answered no ... why? Well, you will need to listen to the podcast to find out. It was a great…
 
USA Judo receives national media exposure for their P3 (Police Professionals & PAL) program. Update on the Tokyo Olympics. News surrounding Judo Canada. Zicro Academy, Post-COVID struggles, and Judo [Show Intro] Associated Press article on P3 program by USA Judo [07:59] Tokyo Olympics Update [23:02] Christa Deguchi vs. Jessica Klimkait [29:10] IJF …
 
I judo, og i mange andre kampformer, bruker man ulike farger på beltene. Et belte holder egentlig bare jakken på plass, men de ulike fargene har også en viss betydning. Beltegradene kan markere teknisk nivå, konkurranseerfaring eller andre former for innsikt og kunnskap i kampformen. Det var faktisk judoens grunnlegger Jigoro Kano som først tok det…
 
Episode 09 is with 89-year-old 8th Dan Dennis Penfold and his wife Tina. Dennis started judo in 1948 ... yes 1948, became European Silver medallist in 1963 and was IJF Kata Examiner. I have been so keen to keep this podcast varied in interviews and learn about people's judo experience. Dennis and Tina did not disappoint with their stories! I hope y…
 
We've got to get the stories of judo out there! Welcome to episode 8 of the Judo Talk podcast where we talk all things marketing with expert Andrew Holland of Zoogly media. I constantly bang the drum for judo being an amazing product but the problem is it is also Britains best-kept secret! There is an hour of pure gold in this episode, plus 20 minu…
 
Selvforsvar kan være så mangt. I denne episoden får du høre om ulike måter judo og judotankegang kan brukes som selvforsvar. Her møter du blant annet det greske judolandslaget, en blind judomester, en gammel gubbe på et tog og noen flere. Et viktig poeng er at selvforsvar ikke bare handler om å kaste folk i bakken; kanskje handler det ikke om det i…
 
In this episode, I talk with Olympic, World & European medal-winning coach Luke Preston more excitingly Luke is my coach. It was a great privilege to have Luke on and I would say this is possibly my favourite episode so far! We discuss running a full-time centre, coaching at Olympic games and sacrifices an elite coach has to make to help athletes r…
 
Episode 06 - Olympic Silver Medallist Travis Stevens - We need to turn people into students of the game. Great episode with Travis discussing all things judo and his approach to learning and now coaching. We also talked about one of his most famous fights against Ole Bischoff (you can see the fight her if you've never seen it) Also as promised: The…
 
Jigoro Kano grunnla judo, og han skrev med det seg selv inn i historiebøkene. Likevel er det nok ikke alle som vet så mye om denne energiske skikkelsen som både utviklet det japanske skolesystemet, fikk Japan inn i IOC og gjorde judo til en sentral brikke i den japanske samfunnsutviklingen. Les mer om Jigoro Kano her. Har du lyst til å være med i e…
 
Episode 05 is with Andy Burns and in this episode, we discuss Long Term Athlete Development, Talent Identification, Talent Development and how this can influence judo. Andy is a former GB Judoka, Commonwealth Games Medallist, -23 European Medallist, and British Champion. S&C Coach and coach for Welsh Judo. Now a Senior Performance Pathway Scientist…
 
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