Judo (Kodokan) is a Japanese Martial Art, which translates to “the gentle way” because it is considered less aggressive than many other martial arts but remains one of the most effective and efficient.
Judo is a competitive martial art and combat technique. There are three basic categories of techniques in Judo which include throwing, grappling, and striking.
Judo is great for conditioning, physical strength, and self-defense.
2ND DEGREE BLACK BELT
"As an instructor, I have the duty and obligation to find what works best for each of my pupils in order to develop their abilities and skills. I want each individual to be able to practice a Japanese martial art without causing detriment to their mental or physical health, personal beliefs, or background. I feel that demonstrating accomplishes more than simply telling someone how to do a technique."
Three words describe my teachings
Commitment, Preparation and Intensity.