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Tim J. Kader

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Kodakon Judo 2nd degree black (Nidan), Sport Judo, not into competition. Life member United States Judo Assoc. Been in JUDO since 1983.

Neil Ohlenkamp

U.S.
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Mr. Ohlenkamp can answer any questions about Judo having practiced it since 1968. Author of a best-selling book on Judo and a 7th degree black belt, he compiled a comprehensive web site (JudoInfo.com) to provide the information to everyone.

Takis Vakatasis

Greece
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Mr. Takis Vakatasis can answer any questions about Judo having practiced for 33 years. He is a 5th degree black belt and 2 judo books in his writing project 1. JUDO-Applications of Training Theory and Techniques 2. Kumi-Kata The master of the game. he own the Portal for Judo (www.judo.com.gr & www.judoforum.gr) supported Greek and English languages.

Ed Carol

U.S.
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All questions about Judo, history, techniques, dojos, Senseis, National Organizations, uniforms, etc. Most questions about JiuJitsu, kinds, methods, history.

Peter Boyes

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I have been doing Judo in the UK since 1974. I am currently based in Bristol, England but regularly attend tournaments and seminars around the country. If I can`t help you, I probably know a man who can!

David Daley

U.S.
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I taught Judo for over 25 years. I can answer all questions having to do with Judo. From beginners to experienced judoka. Strong in competition Judo. Training and exercise techniques.

David J. Ellis

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David has been a state champion in both regular competition (shiai) and in forms (kata). David is currently an USA Judo National Referee. David Ellis has studied Judo continuously since 1975, and is currently a Yodan (fourth degree black belt). David has been a head Judo Instructor (aprox. 11 years) and an assistant Judo Instructor (over 15 years). David is currently the Head Assistant Instructor and Head Kata Instructor of Samurai Judo & Jujitsu in Melbourne, Florida

Sammi Harrelson

U.S.
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I am a 4th degree black belt black in the arts of Judo and Jujitsu. I`ve been in this field since 1984, started at the age of 34. I have been competting since that time and instructing since 1986. I also instruct womens` self-defense classes. I have been a national and international champion several times. Armlocks are my favorite way to win in tournaments.

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2014-10-28 Tai sabaki in judo?:

Thank you for asking about tai sabaki. Tai sabaki is an often overlooked element that is crucial to success in applying judo throwing techniques. The more common elements of a throw are the ones that you

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