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by Pat Harrington

eBook Judo: A Pictorial Manual download ISBN: 071538984X
Author: Pat Harrington
Publisher: David & Charles PLC (April 1987)
Language: English
Pages: 272
ePub: 1367 kb
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Rating: 4.8
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Judo: A Pictorial Manual by Pat Harrington, Betty Huxley A good manual which includes photos of more techniques than .

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Written by Pat Harrington, 6th Dan and first published in 1987 This is one of the most unique Judo books I've ever read

Written by Pat Harrington, 6th Dan and first published in 1987. This is one of the most unique Judo books I've ever read. It includes a pretty decent history of judo, incuding a section focusing specifically on women's judo, and demonstrates everything from fastening the belt to katas vs. swords! I have to say that while 40 throws were demonstrated, there wasn't much detail. On the other hand, the direction of happo-kuzushi (off-ballancing) was given for every throw.

Illustrated with over 1,100 photographs, " Judo: A Pictorial Manual" is the best single-stop source of information on judo for everyone from beginner to instructor. The amount of informative detail in this work is unsurpassed by any other work. Subjects described range from the history of judo, through all aspects of training, to an explanation of the mystique of martial arts. Says the author, "During my years as a judo student, I couldn't find a judo manual that contained all the techniques and katas I was required to learn. This is why I have attempted to write a complete judo manual with all of the technical and kata requirements up to Yondan (4th degree black belt)."
Comments: (4)
Munigrinn
Wonderfully well edited. Katas as well. Judo is covered, with some extra information.
Thabel
This is one of the most unique Judo books I've ever read. It includes a pretty decent history of judo, incuding a section focusing specifically on women's judo, and demonstrates everything from fastening the belt to katas vs. swords! I have to say that while 40 throws were demonstrated, there wasn't much detail. On the other hand, the direction of happo-kuzushi (off-ballancing) was given for every throw. Also shown were warm-ups, combination throws, body movements (called tai-sabaki), a variety of hold-downs, locks and chokes (including a leg lock!), and self-defense against common grabs, strikes, and knife/sword attacks. Also included are counters to some of the common judo groundfighting techniques, as kata. I'd recomend this to anyone doing gi-based grappling, but there is also some good tradition stuff in here, as well as some unique self-defense movements, probably most useful to a judoka who wants to know how to apply what he's learned.
Adrierdin
It is ok - pictures are black and white, only fair quality (poorly lit, lower resolution than is acceptable now).
The book shows all the throws (except modern competition throws), in a traditional/kata-type formal way.

It is a nice supplement to Kodokan Judo, in that it shows the same throws being done by different people.
Kemath
I liked this book for these reasons:
* completely groups all throws as defined in the Go-Kyo
* the photos are good even for beginners, e.g. they show moves from different points of view
* covers 40 throws, ne-waza and even some katas
* does not try to analyze moves with vector-diagrams etc. as some other literature does
What I not liked:
* ne-waza covers only basic stuff, the book misses things e.g. "how to turn s.th."