Judo beginners are set to have a great new resource in this forthcoming book from black belt judo practitioner and author Rodolfo Tello. Covering the fundamental aspects of this sport and martial art, this book is expected to be a game changer.
Arlington, VA (02/05/2016). With interest in judo rising steadily, many people are realizing that there is a lack of informative texts to guide the beginning practitioner. With over two decades of judo experience, Rodolfo Tello is answering that call. His upcoming book, aimed at helping beginners work all the way up to their own black belts, is scheduled for release on August 1, 2016. This new book, entitled “Judo: Seven Steps to Black Belt (An Introductory Guide for Beginners),” is expected to quickly become a favorite among new judo practitioners.
“I am happy about this opportunity to share my experience with new judo enthusiasts,” commented Tello about this forthcoming book. “My goal is to help make judo more accessible and provide a roadmap for judo practitioners, all the way to black belt.”
“Judo: Seven Steps to Black Belt (An Introductory Guide for Beginners)” will be soon available for preorder (ISBN 978-1633870048, hardcover, 8 x 5 inches, 124 pages, distributed by Ingram). This title will be simultaneously released in paperback (ISBN 978-1633870017), and electronic (ISBN 978-1633870086) editions as well.
About the Author: Rodolfo Tello is a black belt judo practitioner. He started doing judo more than twenty years ago and is still active in regular judo practice. He is a Certified National Coach in judo and is also certified as a judo referee. He is a life member of the United States Judo Federation and is affiliated with Shufu Yudanshakai, the black belt association of the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. He is also a cultural anthropologist with a PhD from American University and a master's degree from the University of Maryland.
About the Publisher: Amakella Publishing is an independent book publishing company based in Arlington, Virginia. To request a review copy, contact the author, or obtain additional information about the book, please contact Amakella Publishing at email@example.com or by phone at (202) 239-8381. Further details can be found at http://www.amakella.com.