Pass your Yellow belt

exam with flying colours!


Download your copy today and you will receive these bonuses!


Bonus #1

History of Judo


As a beginning Judoka attempting your Yellow belt one of the first questions you will be asked is "to explain the history and roots of Judo." This eBook was written to help you have a clear and precise answer to this question. Included is information such as how Judo was invented, detailed information about professor Jigoro Kano as well as what year Judo was introduced into the Olympic Games. 


Learn the history, understand the sport and pass any Judo history related question.

Bonus #2:

Basic Judo Knowledge


With this bonus eBook you will learn all the essential information needed to pass the 'Judo general knowledge' part of your yellow belt grading. Included is basic Judo knowledge such as:


- The difference between Judo and Jujitsu

- When and where to bow

- How to tie your belt

- How to fold your gi

- Judo etiquette

- and lots more.


Go into your Yellow belt grading confident knowing you have all bases covered when it comes to general knowledge about Judo.



Bonus #3:

Japanese Terminology 


Words like "Osoto gari, Matte,  Sona mama, Yoshi, Waza ari and Hajime" don't make much sense.

Understanding and learning Japanese terminology can be very difficult and at first it seems that your Sensei is talking utter gibberish. The more you read through the terms for various body parts and concepts your understanding of Judo increases rapidly. I have put this book together as a quick reference for you to kick start tour understanding and get you using Japanese terms quicker than you ever thought possible. 











Bonus #4:

6 Juji gatame attacks


In this DVD download you will learn 6 awesome Juji attame attacks that you can start using almost immediately. You will learn the ins and outs of the Juji gatame attack including what to do next when your opponent 'postures up' or keeps there head down.

These are the 6 competition armbars Matt used for his 2nd Dan black belt grading.


Bonus #5:

4 Fast & Effective Newaza Escapes



The best time to escape a hold down is in the first 7 seconds of being in one. In this video Matt breaks down his four favourite newaza escapes that helped him escape scores of hold down throughout his competitive career. These escapes are fast, simple and very very effective.

Each DVD is made according to your nations Syllabus - Download yours today!