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Judo coaches and instructors show moves
and techniques but really don’t have
a quality grasp or hold of positional
grappling. Meaining, how to get into
a position and maintain it in order to
stay laser focused on completing the
given task or action which in the case
of newaza is a finishing move or hold
(i.e. pin, armbar, choke).
Let’s be honest, how many times have you
seen or even have done this yourself:
You try a move, you GET STUCK and then
you just hang there for the matte…..
you try a move, you LOSE POSITION and
then you lay flat and wait for matte….
you hit the ground and you just wrap your
legs around the person and YOU JUST HOLD
ON for dear life in order to stall and get the
Be Honest… You’ve done this before.
I know you have… because I’ve done it before
and used to do it.
Now here’s the key. You MUST recognize that
this is a SERIOUS problem and a weakness
in your game that must be addressed!
In Judo, you DO NOT have to be good at newaza
in order to win BUT IT SURE DOES HELP!
And why shouldn’t you provide yourself with
as many opportunities, pathways and tributaries
for success as possible?
You most certainly should.
But you can’t do this from just learning
You can’t do it from just watching videos.
You can’t do it from just “rolling” more.
You can’t get better newaza from doing more
newaza…. That’s the equivalent of trying
to run faster by running faster.
You will get better, but only to a point.
There is a point where you need in enhance
and increase your running technique and your
knowledge of how to run. THIS IS WHAT WILL
ALLOW YOU TO RUN FOR A LONG PERIOD OF TIME
AND BE DOMINATE!
HERE’S THE SOLUTION
So the solution to your problem lies NOT
IN PRACTICE but in knowing what to practice
and how to practice.
The solution is DELIBERATE PRACTICE
Deliberate practice is a special type of
training which I spoke about earlier
this week. It will allow you to advance
quickly, to learn at a rapid rate and to -
quite honestly – get good at Judo FAST!
My clients have used these methods and
I have used them. I’ve studied the research
of the foremost authorities on the subject
for years and have applied their techniques
along with some things that I’ve learned
over the years through making champions
and mistakes to the point where I have
refined to process of rapid judo indoctrination.
My clients get good fast because I understand
coaching and education and the secrets of
97% OF YOU ARE
NOT DOING DELIBERATE
PRACTICE… (AND YOU ARE
LOSING AND WASTING MONEY
BECAUSE OF IT)
Many of you probably think that you are
practicing deliberately but quite honestly
you are not.
The method of deliberate practice is one that
has to be honed, learned and also practiced.
I’m not sure that I would call myself an expert
at deliberate practice but I am pretty darn good
at it to say the least.
And I can GUARANTEE that I’ve studied it and
practiced it more than any coach that you know!
That I can promise you.
Now I know you are asking me…..
What in the #$#%%^^ is
Well, Geoff Colvin, the author of “Talent is
Overrated” wrote that “Deliberate practice is designed
specifically to improve performance with
the key word being ‘designed.’ The essence
of deliberate practice is continually stretching
an individual just beyond his or her current
abilities. By contrast, deliberate practice
requires that one identify certain sharply
defined elements of performance that need
to be improved, and then work intently on
them. The great performers isolate remarkably
specific aspects of what they do and focus on
just those things until they’re improved;
then it’s on to the next aspect.”
Long and Boring
It is also important to note that often times
deliberate practice is long and boring but
that is the price that the best are willing
to pay in order to benefit.
I’m not sure about you but I’m not sure if
I know too many coaches that will sit
with you for 8 hours straight and fix
and address every single, litte and minute
point of a move that you are doing until it
is correct and then keep analyzing the movement
and have you repeat it until you reach a high
level of mastery.
This is what I do.
This is how my clients improve fast.
This is how they can make up in 2 weeks what they
wouldn’t or couldn’t normally get in 2 to 3 years.
I know how to improve at judo so fast it will make
your head spin.
And I have one more thing to tell you about deliberate
IT CANNOT BE DONE WITHOUT AN INSTRUCTOR
around or someone to constantly fix the
errors or mistakes.
IF YOU CAN FIND AN INSTRUCTOR THAT IS
WILLING TO SIT DOWN WITH YOU FOR A DAY
AND IMPLEMENT DELIBERATE PRACTICE IN
YOUR TRAINING SCHEDULE AND DO IT RIGHT
THEN BY ALL MEANS START TODAY.
If not, well…I am WILLING to do
the deliberate practice with yout.
I am willing to put The hours and
hours of training with you to ensure that
I am willing to help you.
The question is… “Are You Willing
To Help Yourself?
“Do you want to be that good?”
If your answer is YES!!!
Then I need for you to visit this site and watch
this important video
Dedicated to Your Improvement,
Rhadi Ferguson, PhD, CSCS
4-Time National Judo Champion