Perhaps you would like me to design a book for your club?
Please, whatever it is, give me a shout:
Contact Nik Fairbrother
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Olympic silver medallist, Nik Fairbrother is the creator of the children’s judo programme Koka Kids.
At the Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games, I won the Olympic silver medal.
A year later, I achieved my life long ambition of becoming a world judo champion.
It had been my dream, since reading Kashiwazaki’s Fighting Judo to become a judo world champion.
I won the judo world title in Hamilton Canada throwing (see the video) Chiyori Tateno of Japan for waza-ari.
I wanted to give something back to the sport that had given me so much, and so, when I retired, I created Koka Kids.
Koka Kids supplies coaching material and teaching aids to judo coaches all over the world.
If you are judo coach and looking for a help on specific project or book – please get in touch.
Scroll down to see examples of my work with judo clubs all over the world and National Governing Bodies.
My goals are to inspire and educate children.
Over the years, I have published thousands of judo books and magazines.
I started judo at the Pinewood Judo Club in Berkshire, England, taught by Don Werner (7th Dan) Sensei.
Don was an incredible teacher, who taught me much about life, as well as judo.
Don helped me form my core values, of what I believe to be important in life and in judo.
When I create a Koka Kids product or resource I aim to:
Create with the junior judoka in mind.
Encourage and engage this age group.
Get kids to read more using a subject they love.
Use world-class technique, drills and tips to teach from. Don’t dumb it down!
Use the lessons I’ve learnt during 40 years in judo to keep it real.
Understand what judo coaches need.
Create Coaching Resources to reinforce lessons.
Build a library of visual judo graphics.
Provide step by step guides to techniques, newaza and judo throws.
Hopefully you’d like to see some of the Koka Kids products? Follow these links to jump straight to the item.
All Koka Kids Judo Books are available on Amazon.
To buy as paperbacks or as Judo ebooks to view on your device.
Eye-catching, promotional Dojo Roller Banners are available in various designs.
Add in your club branding.
You can include club photographs and our designer will do the heavy work free of charge!
See Dojo Banners.
Get coaching materials and teaching aids.
Available as print-ready, high resolution pdf files. Just download the and use!See Coach Resources.
Don’t miss Top Ten Throws for ready-made lesson plans – and the Newaza bundle.
Scroll down to see a variety of projects to help grow and retain membership.
Maybe you have your own idea?
A 100 page book designed for the Irish Judo Association, with clear step-by-step tutorials for all the techniques in the Shamrock and Mon Grading Syllabus.
A book translated into German for Sportschule Bischoff which covers all techniques taught at the club up until orange belt.Read more about the project and why Sensei Jörg Bischoff wanted to produce a book in German.
A poster plus 12 collectable stickers for JudoScotland’s Kai Club Scheme, an initiative to encourage under 8s to improve fundamental skills and key movements.
Two Judo Diaries for British Judo, with the Mon Grade Syllabus fully illustrated plus information on training, diet and competition.
A Training Diary for Kyu Grades, containing technique guides, and illustrations on stretching.
A set of 7 posters for the British Judo Association. Shows requirements for each of the judo belts from red through to brown belt.
Download them from British Judo Grading Resources.
The Koka Kids Judo Magazine. The first 100% JUNIOR judo magazine in the world.
I published the first edition in 2001, and we are still going strongly today!
Now this magazine is managed by Fighting Films and you can subscribe here.
Read more about Nik Fairbrother’s influence and efforts here: IJF World Teaching Tour
Contact Nik Fairbrother and suggest your project.