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Before and after practicing Judo or engaging in a match, opponents bow to each other. Bowing is an expression of read more

Before and after practicing Judo or engaging in a match, opponents bow to each other. Bowing is an expression of gratitude and respect. In effect, you are thanking your opponent for giving you the opportunity to improve your technique.

by Jigoro Kano Found in: Judo Quotes,
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The 2 rules of Judo training: 1) the teacher is always right and 2) when you think the teacher is read more

The 2 rules of Judo training: 1) the teacher is always right and 2) when you think the teacher is wrong, refer to rule one.

by Source Unknown Found in: Judo Quotes,
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It has been said, in regard to a judo expert's level of mental development, that "the arms are an extension read more

It has been said, in regard to a judo expert's level of mental development, that "the arms are an extension of the mind."

by Watanabe And Avakian Found in: Judo Quotes,
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Remember, nothing hurts worse than pain.

Remember, nothing hurts worse than pain.

by Source Unknown Found in: Judo Quotes,
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You progress not through what has been done, but reaching towards what has yet to be done.

You progress not through what has been done, but reaching towards what has yet to be done.

by Kahlil Gibran Found in: Judo Quotes,
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To me, Judo is like a ballet, except there's no music, no choreography, and the dancers knock each other down.

To me, Judo is like a ballet, except there's no music, no choreography, and the dancers knock each other down.

by Jack Handey Found in: Judo Quotes,
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Please Note: "Ouch" is not a term used in Judo.

Please Note: "Ouch" is not a term used in Judo.

by Source Unknown Found in: Judo Quotes,
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The technique and mind are just like the front and back of one’s hand, meaning they are very closely related.

The technique and mind are just like the front and back of one’s hand, meaning they are very closely related.

by Yoshiaki Yamashita Found in: Judo Quotes,
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Thus the principle of Judo, from the very beginning, is not one of aggression, but of flowing with things.

Thus the principle of Judo, from the very beginning, is not one of aggression, but of flowing with things.

by Carl B. Becker Found in: Judo Quotes,
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