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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!

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I have a 2nd Dan with both the BJC (British Judo Council) and the BJA (British Judo Association). I am also qualified as a Personal Safety Advisor with the BJA.
In addition, I have students who have won medals at BJA Junior National level.


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Peter06/06/10101010Thank you very much!
sanju05/27/10101010THNKS PETER
andrew01/26/10101010Thanks alot friend
Mike01/05/10101010thanks! good timing!
krupal10/11/08101010thank you sir for your answer.

Recent Answers from Peter Boyes

2011-03-29 Fresher:

Hi nani,    Judo is good for any age as a 'sport', but it's self-defence techniques have been diluted for the benefit of the sport.    Judo will increase your fitness, and accustom you to 'contact' with

2010-06-05 JUDO:

I believe you should always have 3 throws that you are working on - your current favourite, the previous favourite, and the new technique you are developing.    A throw that would be good for you now may

2010-01-25 judo points:

Andrew,    yes, the points structure can be very confusing especially as it usually changes in the runup to each Olympics. Also, there can be domestic rankings in each individual country - here in the

2010-01-05 judo throws:

Hi Mike,    I'm a believer that at any stage in your Judo career you should have 3 current throws that you are working on - a) your current best throw, b) your previous best throw, c) your new throw that

2009-04-22 clubs needing premises:

Gary,    I don't know of any clubs currently looking to move, or new ones looking to startup.    Judo in Bristol is very fragmented with a large number of clubs from various associations but each is relatively


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