Look, in Jiujitsu you tap or you don’t tap.
You don’t tap accidentally.
You don’t almost tap.
You don’t say, I didn’t tap, or I didn’t mean to tap.
Either you tap or you don’t tap.
Now I wear contacts and sometimes glasses, so my vision isn’t perfect.
So I could be wrong, but just in case I’m not seeing things correctly.
Please tell me in the comment section what it is that you see.
One To Grow On
The Judo Crusader believes that you must constantly learn.
I ran across a GREAT piece of coaching advice that I believe can definitely be applied to judo.
I think that we have to recognize that improving at judo has to do with more things that technical prowess.
Improving technique is just one way to improve at the sport of judo.
You have to improve a myriad of things.
What I ran across was this Youtube clip and it was an outstanding piece of advice
Jeff Monson verus
My main Jeff Monson challenged Kimbo Slice recently.
I guess this is pretty much what you have to expect when you came up to the big time by using social media sites like Youtube, you have to expect these type of challenges.
Although I don’t think this fight is ever going to happen, it is quite a funny challenge.
Brett Rogers calls out
I don’t think I really need to add anything here.
Matt Linland calls Kimbo
Slice a “no talent bum”
This has to be one of the funniest clips ever.
I’ve never seen Matt this vocal.
So What Have We
We learned that Kimbo still hasn’t fought anyone of repute and the whole world is waiting (not hating) for that.
The Judo Crusader
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