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Judo is a martial art and sport created in Japan in 1882 by Jigoro Kano. Its focus is on self-defense, and it teaches practitioners how to use an opponent’s energy against them. Judo can be used to defend oneself against physical attacks, as well as against emotional or psychological attacks. Judo is popular worldwide, and there are many clubs and tournaments in which people can participate.
There is a common misconception that judo is all about throwing your opponent to the ground. While there is some truth to that, judo is a complete martial art that offers a wide range of techniques and strategies for self-defense, sport, and fitness. It can be practiced by anyone, regardless of age or size, and offers many benefits.
The martial art of Judo is a combination of throws, holds, and grappling techniques that can be used for both self-defense and sport. Judo classes at our gym are perfect for people of all ages and experience levels who want to learn how to defend themselves, get in shape, and have fun. In our classes, beginners are taught the fundamentals of falling (Ukemi) and then move on to the basics of throwing. As they advance, students are taught the intricacies of various throws and learn to chain them together.
The benefits of training Judo
Judo is a great way to improve overall fitness and health. It is a high-intensity sport that requires a lot of energy and stamina. It also helps to improve strength, flexibility, balance, and coordination. Judo is a very effective self-defense system and can help you protect yourself in dangerous situations.
There are many benefits of training judo. Some of these benefits include:
- improved physical fitness
- increased strength and flexibility
- improved balance and coordination
- better self-defense skills
- discipline and focus
Make the decision to start training today!
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Skill Level: All skill levels
Length: 60 minutes
Mondays: 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM