Read blog posts from our special guest bloggers to find out more about judo, how they threw themselves into judo and why they love the sport!
Meet our guest bloggers:
ANTHONY ROBSON: MY FIRST COMPETITION “I thought I might as well give it a go!”. That’s what Anthony Robson from Sunderland thought as it watched Lambton Judokwai training one night in January, whilst waiting for his daughters to finish cheerleading practice.
RUGBY PRE_SEASON TRAINING…JUDO STYLE: Doing school sport is a great way to spent time with your friends outside of the classroom and have fun. Norwich School is one such school that encourages its pupils to take part in a wide range of the sports.
ARCHI SHRIMPTON National Referee At first glance it may appear that I’m on my own, the only referee on the mat, but I’m working as part of a team of three. My relationships within that team are really important. #ThrowYourselfIntojudo
JUDO AT THE RUGBY WORLD CUP PART II: NEILL POTTS we spoke to Scotland’s Head of Athletic Performance Neill Potts about how they have used judo as a conditioning tool to help develop their players.
JUDO AT THE RUGBY WORLD CUP PART I: NON EVANS In the first of a two part series we spoke with Wales’s Non Evans about how judo helped her developed her rugby skills and what she thinks about this year’s event.
GLEN WINTER NOLAN Club Coach at United Judo Club (Gillingham) I have been very fortunate to have found and developed many relationships during my time in judo as a player and then as a coach.