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Hojō-undō - "Supplementary Exercices 


Joseverson over on www.judoforum.com has just posted another great article, as always.

His latest post is about the Japanese terms for conditioning training, fascinating and useful(?)


This, Makiage-kigu looks like a classic old Judo training technique, which is useful to develop grip strength stamina.

For those of you who are not familiar with the blog by Joseverson, you really should spend some time browsing it. The blog is basically about Japanese language but the words are really good to know for Judoka and the images are fantastic also.

One question for Joseverson though, what would you classify Running/Jogging when done in a supplementary training context?

Lance
Joseverson Goulart 

"One question for Joseverson though, what would you classify Running/Jogging when done in a supplementary training context?"

It is "almost" impossible to practice Jd in regular basis without running/Jogging done as supplementary training.Why? Because if you face a 2 or 3 minutes in a "passionate Randori" you will realize - for sure - that without a good conditioning your body will fail on respond to the huge activity needed to maintain you fighting properly.

Basically: running/Jogging provide additional breathing capability and overall body conditioning.

Even for old guys like me, it is a nice way to keep in shape.

Simple like this. :)


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