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Enjoy an amazing collection of grappling games for kids with Judo Olympian and 4th-degree Judo black belt, Matt D’Aquino
- This is the PERFECT collection of games for ALL parents that want to train BJJ and Judo with their kids but aren’t sure how
- Your kids will get fit, have fun, and develop real grappling skills through a series of fun games
- Learn the key concepts of each game so that you can share in your child’s early grappling journey
With Grappling Games for Kids, you’ll enjoy an oversized library of ENGAGING AND FUN games for kids from Olympian and 4th-degree Judo black belt, Matt D’Aquino, so that your kids can get fit, have fun, and cultivate REAL GRAPPLING SKILLS with help from Mom or Dad! Your kids will love the skill-based collection of games and as the parent, you’ll be introduced to important concepts and the goals of each game so that you can help your child get the most out of the instruction, all while spending some quality time at home!
We know that games are one of the best ways to engage kids on the mat. Games provide a great experience for young grapplers but also supply INVALUABLE SKILLS that translate to their grappling exchanges in class with their teammates! As parents, we love to give our kids THE EDGE and with 20 phenomenal grappling games tailor-made for children, we can become an integral part of their progress, training from our own home!
In 20 easy to follow games, you’ll uncover an incredibly vast network of CRITICAL GRAPPLING SKILLS and concepts disguised as games, such as pushing and pulling, balancing challenges, taking the back, guard recovery, and much more! You’ll use tug of war style exchanges, different forms of tag, and some truly unique games that will provide your child with a GREAT WORKOUT, HOURS OF FUN, and the ACQUISITION OF NEW SKILLS that will serve them for years to come!
Games are a fantastic way to engage the kids and build real skills. With this amazing collection, you’ll help your child raise their grappling pedigree, and become a little monster on the mat. D’Aquino’s instruction and guidance is easy to follow and you’ll enjoy learning the concepts of each game and understanding the intentions behind the movements. Who knows, this may even be your introduction to a world you’ve been interested in but haven’t tried yet!
What You’ll Learn In Grappling Games for Kids?
- Shoulder tag
- Knee tag
- Chinese tug of war
- Chinese tug of war 2
- Hopping tug of war
- Shoulder bop
- Shoulder bop
- First to grip
- Take the back game
- Single leg hops
- Tug of war
- Tug of war
- Black hole game
- Guard Passing Game
- Steal the hat
- Guard recovery game
- Upside down turtle
- Guard recovery game with turtle guard
- Steven Brown steal the ball game
- Back to back sumo
- Pushup game
- Plate game
- Sock wrestling
- Take the belt game
- Sky diving
- Balance walk
- Belt movement game
About Matt D’Aquino
Matthew D’Aquino (born 26 June 1985 in Canberra) is an Australian judoka, who competed in the extra-lightweight category. He is a 4th Degree Judo Black belt, BJJ black belt under Felipe Grez, two-time Australian judo champion, a multiple-time Oceanian champion for his respective division, and a former member of Marist Judo Club under his personal coach Tom Hill, who competed for the men’s lightweight division at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, and eventually won the gold medal at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester, England.
D’Aquino represented Australia at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where he competed for the men’s extra-lightweight class (60 kg). He received a bye for the second preliminary round match, before losing out to Greece’s Lavrentios Alexanidis, who successfully scored an ippon (full point) with an obi otoshi (belt drop), at ninety seconds.
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