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Judo – from brutally effective martial art to Olympic Sport – Part 1


I didn’t have the opportunity to watch very much of the recent London Olympics, except for the Judo.  It got me thinking about the evolution of those martial arts that have passed into the mainstream, and then on into that … Continue reading

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Distinguishing ‘Training Methodology’ from ‘Fighting Style’


(As with a number of my previous posts this piece is excerpted from a chapter of a book I hope to publish later this year – I hope you enjoy it, and whether or not you agree with it,  do … Continue reading

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