Nakano's Judo Drills
Former Japan representative, Shintaro Nakano shows 51 drills in 15 minutes. Working on footwork and repitition drills through to fitness.
Drills by Ground-work expert, Koji Komura
Starting with solo ground-work drills and advancing steadily, to partner drills. Look at his Youtube channel for more inspiration.
Komura has visited the Wellington Judo Academy previously and delivered expert seminars.
Uchikomi is a form of drill which teaches the body how to perform a technique without conscious thought. It must be done well to make sure bad habits are not developed and must be paired with nagekomi (throwing practice).
Nage no Kata - Forms of throwing
Once a student is competent in brekfalling they can be introduced to Nage no Kata. This kata explains the fundamentals of throwing, progressing from simple to complex concepts. The founder of Judo envisaged Katame no Kata (groundwork) and Nage no Kata being learned before a student took part in free fighting (Randori).
Keep searching the internet for games. Games should be used as a "well done" at the end of the class and not become the sole focus of the students.
Kosei Inoue's Coaching Webinars
Starting with the absolute basics and working through to intermediate skills. This series will suit coaches with an intensely practical bent.
Kodomo no Kata series
Literally, "the way of teaching kids". This series of videos progresses children from absolute novice skills to basic throwing combinations and groundwork skills.
Katame no Kata - Groundwork
There is only one simple fall in this Kata which teaches the fundamentals of attack and defense when fighting on the ground. Learn the basics of Judo quickly and effectively while working on breakfalls in the rest of the class. Katame no Kata is ideal for adult beginners.