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The Ground Will Catch You review – 4.5 stars

Another great review has come in, this time from the lovely Georgina Alana Smith from More Books Than Shoes

Here it is:

I didn’t know what to expect from this book, the blurb on the back is intriguing enough but doesn’t really give much away in regards to storyline. 517 more words


Bo Svenson Interview


Sunday November 23rd, 2014. 6 pm Pacific Time. Join us as Restita & Robert welcome Actor and long time Judo practitioner, Bo Svenson! Best known for his role as Sheriff Buford Pusser in the “Walking Tall” movie series, Bo has been in many movies and TV series. 53 more words

Kids Martial Arts Paragon Oak Cliff Dallas

For Introduction Membership Prices for Kids Martial Arts Program – Go to http://www.paragonbjjdallas.com

We have a fantastic youth program at Paragon Martial Arts Academy. Specific age based classes – starting at 4 and up to teenagers.

Building Respect In Your Child

A New Yorker visits Jigoro Kano's Academy in Tokyo, 1914

“It was an inspiring sight…”

Perhaps few individuals have had more impact on the modern history of grappling than Jigorō Kanō (1860-1938). The founder of Judo, Kano had also studied, gathered, codified, and taught traditional Japanese Jiu Jitsu, which would be brought to both America and Brazil by his own students. 1,162 more words


Pedro Bessa Association Grading

On the 29th November, the Welsh Institute of Sport in Cardiff will play host to the twice annual Pedro Bessa Association grading.

The grading is open to all students within the association and is an opportunity for students and instructors from different teams to meet and train together, as well as giving Pedro the opportunity to watch over the training of everyone present. 56 more words


My Champion

Andy is currently on an epic tour across Mauritius, Australia, Japan and South Korea all in the name of Judo! And so far, it has been the best tour he has ever had winning both competitions so far and adding 2 more gold medals to his collection. 243 more words

2016 Rio Olympics