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The Real Judo Chop and Other Favorites by Kayla Harrison

Master The Simple Formula That Made Kayla Harrison The Greatest US Grappler Ever

  • This Basics-Intensive System Will Transform You From To A Takedown & Smash Machine
  • If you want to learn Judo in America, it’s hard to argue there is anyone better to teach you than Kayla Harrison
  • In the 2016 Olympics she defended her 2012 Olympic Championship and won another gold medal by pinning or submitting every opponent
  • Dan Gable, the most famous wrestler ever, won a gold medal in the 1972 Olympics by beating everyone and not allowing a point. Well, in 2016 Kayla did that in Judo except she submitted or pinned everyone before time ran out – not even Gable did that.
  • Know More. Win More.


The Real Judo Chop and Other Favorites by Kayla Harrison

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Master The Simple Formula That Made Kayla Harrison The Greatest US Grappler Ever

  • This Basics-Intensive System Will Transform You From To A Takedown & Smash Machine
  • If you want to learn Judo in America, it’s hard to argue there is anyone better to teach you than Kayla Harrison
  • In the 2016 Olympics she defended her 2012 Olympic Championship and won another gold medal by pinning or submitting every opponent
  • Dan Gable, the most famous wrestler ever, won a gold medal in the 1972 Olympics by beating everyone and not allowing a point. Well, in 2016 Kayla did that in Judo except she submitted or pinned everyone before time ran out – not even Gable did that.
  • Know More. Win More.



When you meet Kayla Harrison she comes off as the sweet, unassuming girl next door. You can search the Internet up and down but you will not find anyone willing to say a bad word about her. If you take some time to read about her own personal history she is even more inspiring – having overcome some incredible personal challenges throughout her life with amazing courage and, seemingly, always with huge a smile on her face.

Kayla’s personality is where the sweetness ends however, because the game she plays on the mat is anything but... Her style is smashmouth. She comes out, grabs her opponent, throws them on their face or their back and then chokes them out, pins them, or bends their arm viciously until they submit. 

In the 2016 Olympics she defended her 2012 Olympic Championship and won another gold medal by pinning or submitting every opponent. It was perhaps the most dominant Olympic performance in any sport at the whole games. 

Dan Gable, the most famous wrestler ever, won a gold medal in the 1972 Olympics by beating everyone and not allowing a point. Well, in 2016 Kayla did that in Judo except she submitted or pinned everyone before time ran out – not even Gable did that.