Ron Angus is a former World and Olympic Coach, an author, judo coach, and a public speaker on physical fitness. He is a Rokkudan 6th degree black belt in judo and has taught and studied the sport in 15 countries. He lives in Burlington, Ontario and is married to Tracy Angus, also an international judo competitor and coach, having represented Canada over a 22-year period. He has also competed in sombo in which he was at one point ranked third in the world. Angus has acted as tournament director for the Ontario International Judo Championships, and ran the Angus Full Circle Judo Club.
Ron has authored "Competitive Judo" for Human Kinetics' Judo series.
ChPC is a Charter Professional Coach and holds a diploma in High Performance Coaching from the National Coaching Institute. He is a Level 5 NCCP coach and a 6th Degree Black Belt.
Ron was a member of the the Canadian Judo Team as both an athlete and a coach. He has competed at the World Championships and coached New Zealand at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta.