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On Saturday February 16th our club traveled to Annandale, Virginia to compete in the 2013 Virginia State Judo Championships. While this is a state tournament it is also open to schools from any state. Over 250 competitors were registered from [...]Continue Reading →
By Sydney Anne Wall – Judo Brown Belt
In high schools around America, the most popular sports among students are football, baseball, or basketball. In most other countries however, these are not the favored sports among students. One sport surely to be found in schools around the world is judo. “Judo is the second most [...]Continue Reading →
Over the years, I have been asked many times what kind of things make good Judo gifts. This year I have decided to put together some of my favorite gift ideas for parents, spouses, grandparents and anyone else you would like to forward the list to. 1. One Year Membership to Wall 2 Wall [...]Continue Reading →
On November 22, 2012 By Sensei
On November 10th I traveled to Miami, Florida with the intention of competing at the 2012 World Judo Masters. This would be the second time I competed in the awesome tournament. The tournament was supposed to be in Brazil but six months before the event it was moved to the United States.
The venue was [...]Continue Reading →
Fall Judo Belt Promotions
Saturday October 13th
It has been way too long since our last promotion period and that is unfair to those of you that continue your training on a regular basis and work hard to improve your Judo. Therefore, I have decided to conduct the next belt promotion on Saturday on October [...]Continue Reading →
On April 22, 2012 By Sensei
Saturday April 21, J.P. St. Louis continued his winning streak by entering his first Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fight. J.P. is a Judo Brown Belt and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Blue Belt. But all he needed that night were his hands and feet. Weighing in at 190lbs J.P. is dominating for his size and packs a [...]Continue Reading →
Those of you that have been at least a few classes with me and have learned one or two throws should now understand the basic concept of Kuzushi (breaking of your partner’s balance). This is fundemental to throwing proficency and should one of the primary learning objectives.
If you are a regular student then you [...]Continue Reading →
by Sensei Bruce R. Bethers
The Objectives and Purposes of Training in Judo have been formulated since its original inception by its founder Dr. Jigoro Kano. The ultimate objective of Judo as intended by its founder, (according to noted authur Donn F. Draeger, Judo Training Methods) could be summarized as “Physical [...]Continue Reading →
Black Belt Magazine has been around for decades now, each issue has tons of information for any martial art. Judo continues to fill its pages and the editors have produced a nice free downloadable guide on how to improve your Judo throws that includes information and advice from Neil Adams. As a competitor, his record [...]Continue Reading →
Ranting and Ravings of a Judo Instructor
This past Saturday my Judo club attended the Shufu open in College Park, Maryland. It was a disappointing mess of a tournament. I was embarrassed to bring parents from my club to this event. Judo, in the US is on a downward spiral and tournaments like this are [...]Continue Reading →
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