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Masterclass Delf Defense
SIMPLE JUDO SELF DEFENSE
By Hayward Nishioka
During the 1960’s, Nishioka was United States
Division judo Champion three times, in 1965, 1966 and 1970. In 1965
he retired as the National AAU Grand Champion. A member of four
United States international teams, he won a gold medal in the
Pan-American Games in 1967. Nishioka was also the British-Colombian
Champion in 1966, and placed 5th in the World Judo Championships in
1965 & 1967.
complete martial artist, Nishioka is also a black belt in Shotokan
karate under pioneer Tsutomu Oshima. Nishioka competed briefly in
the karate circuit. After retiring from competition, he became a
physical education instructor at Los Angeles City College in
California, heading its martial arts program.
The 7th degree judo black belt has authored
several books on the art including, “Foot Throws” and “The Judo
Textbook”. Master Nishioka has also more than 38 instructional tapes
on the sport.
Nishioka has been a driving force in the martial arts for five
decades and is widely recognized as one of the best judo players
ever to bow onto a mat. The popular judo master continues to teach
and is the Chairperson for Teacher’s Institute Committee for United
States Judo Federation.
Video includes: Distance and Avoidance Tai
Sabaki (manipulating direction) Multiple Attacker Strategies Simple
Falling and Transitions
DVD # DVDEM-221 - $24.95