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The Neil Adams Guide to Judo Throws
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Every sport produces its superstars — athletes who transcend time, so to speak. Basketball has Michael Jordan, and boxing has Mike Tyson.
When it comes to judo techniques, Neil Adams definitely qualifies as a superstar. He is a five-time European champion, a two-time Olympic silver medalist and a world champ, and he has served as the Welsh and British national coach!
In this FREE Report — The Neil Adams Guide to Judo Throws — this bona fide judo master shows you three of his top judo techniques!
Judo Master Neil Adams’ Gripping Game Changed How Judo Techniques Are Studied
While judo master Neil Adams’ arm-lock roll and tai otoshi (body drop) have become the stuff of legend in the world of judo techniques, one of his greatest, although often-overlooked, contributions to the totality of judo info has been his gripping game.
Neil Adams was one of the first judoka to refine and develop kumikata (gripping techniques) on a systematic basis. Indeed, he wrote the first English-language book on this particular thread of judo info.
In The Neil Adams Guide to Judo Throws, judo master Neil Adams shows you how the right grip at the right time can make a major difference in high-level judo competition!
Once Your Grip Is Established, How Do You Move Your Opponent to Throw Him? Neil Adams Breaks It Down!
Judo master Neil Adams emphasizes the importance of kuzushi, or breaking an opponent’s balance, before turning in for a throw. When done correctly, a judo throw should feel effortless because the other man’s balance has already been broken.
In this FREE judo-info report, The Neil Adams Guide to Judo Throws, this impressive judo master will show you:
- how to break the balance of a static partner!
- how to properly place your hands for the perfect throw!
- how body mechanics function in destabilizing opponents while you stay anchored and in control!
Effective Judo Throws Are a Matter of Balance, Leverage and Positioning
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When It Comes to Judo Throws, One of the Keys Is Proper Direction of Force
Whether you’re a judo master or a judo novice — and whether you are engaged in randori (sparring) or shiai (competition) — your opponent will most likely be moving. That adds a new dynamic to the setup of your judo throws.
In this FREE Report — The Neil Adams Guide to Judo Throws — this judo master arms you with judo info such as:
- how to dictate the direction of your opponent’s movements!
- how to effectively turn your opponent’s pushes to your advantage!
- how to maximize efficiency and minimize energy loss!
For Excellent Judo Throws, You Need Excellent Judo Info
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All Judo Masters Were Once Students Themselves
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