Unknown facts about Jigoro Kano 嘉納 治五郎

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This video discusses some rare and unknown facts about Kano Shihan, and dives into the aspects of his personal life.

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21 comments

  1. fred azcarate

    Chadi whenever I view your videos; I learn some fascinating facts of either the founder of Judo or those he trained. Thank you for sharing this history regarding one of the giants of the Martial Arts.

  2. I admire jigoro kano but not to the point of hero worshiping. Similar to philosophers, physicians, scientists, etc.

  3. Miguel arcanjo

    Chadi, I feel Very thankful for your job. It's helped me a lot to teach My students and It has made my judo and JJ reviews deeper. Thanks!

  4. Gianni Mascitti

    Your YT Channel is like a bible.

  5. Stuart Vickers

    Sounds like what you are saying is a “living room” is what we in the West would call a “study” – desk books etc.

  6. I found so much ego on the history, the proud of being and doing something great blind ones mind that's why we dont tolerate anybody who think different or don't pay attention to our ideas.
    Can anyone recognize the martial arts as a whole? Why i need to get credit of something that is always there, the movements the patterns, the instinct of defense, the animal motion, the human condition, why i need to put one person so high, when is just a matter of practice and deep self-knowledge to interpret the other.

  7. dalan wanbdiska

    I got his book " the cannon of judo " and it is very good in instruction and detail. Also shows how to bring back people from unconsiousness due to throw or drowning. I like the 2nd and 3rd throws that can be done from a failed attempt . Excellent book.

  8. Really liking your content man. Keep it up!

  9. justin filipovic

    hey do you know if he did much exercises like pushups and pullups and rope climbing?

  10. justin filipovic

    hey can I ask you something? i've never taken a judo or jiu jitsu lesson before and I was wondering whether this "stahara" exercise is a commonly taught exercise or of it's a little known exercise that most schools don't teach today https://ejmas.com/jnc/jncart_cptsmith_0700.htm does this exercise usually get taught at judo and jiutitsu schools today or has it been largely forgotten about?

  11. Legends on portuguese pleaassee

  12. Eduardo Alvarez

    Your videos are always really informative

  13. Jeremy Daniel

    I’m a BJJ guy, and I love the structure and categorization of Judo classes and techniques. I prefer the Japanese names for techniques because they are far more descriptive of what the move is than the English and Portuguese names. Jigoro Kano was ahead of his time. I think the closest modern equivalent would be John Danaher.

  14. Darijo Živković

    I'll tell you something. People like Kano, people who forcing people to educated themself or in any way they want to help other people, are boring. But when shit starts to roll, people are asking for help those boring people.

  15. 74 kg for 1.60m is actually VERY mascualar, assuming he was pretty lean (as most Japanese and Asians are)

  16. The sentence he said most often was "Nani Kosu?" Which litteraly means, 'what is this shit?". No – really. I just can't make this stuff up!

  17. His aversion to swaping sake cups REALLY aged well for 2020!

  18. coolshon Shinobi

    Is buritsu so still practice till this day

  19. Nikolaos Mandamandiotis

    "He talked too much (like me)" 😂

  20. Chad Elliott Fahlman

    Many successful people structure their lunch. Sam Ovens talks about this: Decision fatigue. It's why Steve Jobs wore the same attire daily.

  21. Master Kano's philosophy is much more practical than aikido's Ueishiba and easier to understand. His concept to make judo into an education system is the greatest contribution to martial arts in my opinion, that alone spearheaded the rest of martial arts to follow through the Do revolution, his contribution to the creation of the Gi and Dan ranking system is genius too