Differently Abled
 

 

Differently Abled

Judo Ontario is committed to fostering an environment which encourages safe participation from people who are differently abled.  

Visually Impaired (VI) Coaching Training Tips

Judo Ontario is pleased to announce that starting in 2018 April is now VI Judo Month.  In honour of VI Judo Month, Judo Ontario with support of the Province of Ontario, is pleased to present the series of videos below that contain useful coaching & training tips for Visually Impaired Athletes.  There are four videos in the series and one will be released each week in April.

Video #1 - Adapting a Judo Practice for the Visually Impaired - Warm-up

 

Adapting a Judo Practice for the Visually Impaired - Warm-up

April is Judo Ontario #VIjudomonth and we are pleased to be launching the first in a series of #JOcoachingtips on how to adapt your judo class for VI athletes. Stay tuned for more! Thanks to Tony Walby, Mathieu Lemay, Takahashi Dojo, Andrzej Sądej and the province of Ontario for supporting this project.

Posted by Judo Ontario on Wednesday, April 4, 2018

 

 

Video #2 - Adapting a Judo Practice for the Visually Impaired - Tachi Waza

 

Adapting a Judo Practice for the Visually Impaired - Tachi waza

Are you interested in teaching #Judo to #VIjudoka? April is Judo Ontario #VIjudomonth and we are pleased to bring you the second in a series of #JOcoachingtips videos featuring Tony Walby, 2x Paralympian! These are some practical tips on how to adapt your judo class. Thank you to Tony Walby, Mathieu Lemay, Takahashi Dojo, Andrzej Sądej and the province of Ontario for supporting this project.

Posted by Judo Ontario on Wednesday, April 11, 2018