What is Judo?
Judo is a martial art, a physical an mental discipline, and an Olympic sport. Judo was founded in 1882, in Japan, by Professor Jigoro Kano. He envisioned Judo as a way of becoming physically and mentally fit through disciplined training.


Interesting facts about Judo
Men's Judo has been in the Olympics since 1964; women's Judo was a demonstration sport in 1988 Seoul Olympics and has been a full medal sport since the 1992 Barcelona Olympics.


Do's and Don'ts in Learning Judo
Practice your throws by moving your body freely as possible in all directions. Do not lean to one side or get stiff. A great deal of repetition in a throw will be rewarded with a good throw.

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2001 Masters National Champion


Sensei
Anthony Camal
Red & Black Belt

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November 15th
Practice your throws by moving your body freely as possible in all directions. Do not lean to one side


November 15th
Practice your throws by moving your body freely as possible in all directions. Do not lean to one side


November 15th
Practice your throws by moving your body freely as possible in all directions. Do not lean to one side