Welcome to our judo ebooks collection, created to help kids learn more about judo and encourage them to read more.
Below we take a look at the contents of five judo ebooks suitable for all levels of judoka, from aged 6-10. Read on!
These judo ebooks for kids are now available to download from Amazon. Download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading on your smartphone, tablet, or computer – no Kindle device required.
Of you prefer to read a printed book, take a look at our judo book for kids paperback collection.
These judo ebooks are packed with visual stimulation, there are hundreds of pictures to help the reader grasp both the judo techniques being explained and understand and read the accompanying text.
Visual learning has powerful benefits, helping kids understand concepts quickly and improving memory recall.
It is something, I think is really important, and here is a post I wrote on how to get kids to read more by using a subject they love – ie Judo!
And here is another post about five judo books that I believe changed my life.
Here are ten judo questions parents can use to work through the ebooks with their child. By asking questions you encourage your kid to read more and get them thinking creatively about what they are reading.
Read on to find out more about the contents of each of these judo ebooks and what you can expect to learn from each of them.
These five judo ebooks cover five essential areas of judo, including learning how to breakfall, how to hold your opponent down, how to throw, how to turn them over and how to train to improve your skills.
For beginners, we suggest Learn Judo Breakfalls and/or 10 Judo Hold Downs – both of which cover the judo basics.
For judoka looking to up their technical game or learn the judo throws they need for their next judo belt grading, we suggest Learn 40 Judo Throws and/or 10 Judo Throws and 20 Drills. Both of these focus on tachi-waza (standing) judo.
For groundwork gurus, who want to take it to the next level then the choice book would be 20 Turnovers Learn Groundwork. This is a comprehensive book that will improve newaza skills.
Master Judo Breakfalls (Ukemi) and you also improve your throwing ability. How so? Because if you can fall and roll without fear – you will attack with more confidence. Learn how to fall and roll safely and get to grip with judo basics.
This is one of our judo ebooks for beginners, or anyone who wants to improve their ukemi (breakfall) skills and become fitter and more coordinated.
What you will learn:
Do you want learn the hold downs? Looking to understand the basics about groundwork? You’ve come to the right place. This judo ebook is a great starter book, with tips on groundwork judo and instruction on how to hold with ten different hold downs (osaekomi.)
These judo ebooks for beginners makes learning judo visual, fun and easy.
Groundwork judo is fun and an easy way to score a judo ippon! But many kids get stuck at the first hurdle of not knowing how to turn their partner over. With 20 turnovers to learn this ebook will make sure you never have that problem again.
This book will take your groundwork judo to an advanced level.
Fitness, agility, coordination, balance are all skills best learnt young. Yet, too often we miss the opportunity.
This is one of our judo ebooks that helps kids learn and train the fundamental movement patterns and motor skills that will make their judo techniques so much better.
Read this book and you will find drills you can apply to and drill any technique.
Many judoka struggle with recall of techniques and names. With so many different techniques to learn for gradings you can see why.
This ebook lays out 40 essential judo throws. Each technique is broken down into its separate phases with illustrations helping kids grasp the concept quickly.
For more activities to do at home with junior judoka visit our Kids Judo Online Dojo section.