Grow your dojo and motivate your judoka, so you can increase and retain membership.
Looking for ways to keep judoka engaged and making your judo lessons fun and memorable?
In this post, I ( Nik Fairbrother) talk to 11 judo coaches to get ideas on how they’ve used Koka Kids products to grow, engage and motivate their membership.
Update: Tokyo 2020 Judo Olympic and Paralympic activities for kids are now available. Check it out!
Find out what’s in the 2016 Rio Olympics Koka Kids Judo Magazine?
The Koka Kids Junior Judo magazine was created by Nik Fairbrother who designed and edited the magazine until 2017 when the magazine was bought by Fighting Films, who now deal with all subscriptions.
To get technique tutorials take a look at our judo books available as paperback and also as judo ebooks that you can read on smartphones or tablets or computers.
We are interested in getting kids to read more by using visuals to encourage reading and also help judoka remember their judo throws, the Japanese names and terminology.
Reading is one of life’s joys, and books can inspire and empower you in life.
How to score an ippon? How to commit to your attack 100%? Nik Fairbrother believes it starts with a change of attitude during training.
How to throw with Morote Seoi Nage? Here are 5 tips to help you with this spectacular throw which works well in combination or as a direct attack.
Morote Seoi Nage features in the judo books and is one of waza in the coaching resource: top ten throws.