One of my students asked me today what are some good judo books that I'd recommend for his off-mat time. The following five are invaluable and indispensable. If you're going to be reading about judo then you pretty much have to start out with these books.
Ok! So I said you'd get five books and I gave you six. Actually the last two are sort of a tie. The Path to The Blackbelt book is more of a how-to techniques book (and about the best I've seen), while the Mastering Jiujitsu book is more of a conceptual book about why the system is designed to work the way it does.
Which books other than these would you guys recommend?