The Secrets of Judo
A Text for Students and Instructors by Jiichi Watanabe and Lindy Avakian
A definitive study of judo--the sport whose undeniable scientific principles enable small, light-weight people to topple contenders twice their size--The Secrets of Judo explains the numerous techniques of throwing and grappling that are the hallmark of this sport. In fresh, clear-cut detail, it outlines judo's origins, and elucidates the relationship between judo and Zen. Sections on the theory and physical applications of judo techniques enable the beginner to put these principles into action immediately.
* Black and white illustrations throughout
* 192 pages
* Dimensions: 6 x 9
* Published: July 15, 1990