Judo is a combative sport that resembles wrestling. Matches are won by controlling an opponent through the use of special throwing techniques, hold downs and submissions. Since initially appearing in the 1964 Olympics, judo has developed into a popular individual international sport.
Although physically demanding, judo is a lot of fun. Within our disciplined curriculum, the first rule at Judo Inc. is to have fun. Judo training develops speed, power, timing, agility, flexibility, endurance, body control and split second reflexes. Properly trained judo practitioners are among the most physically fit athletes.
The challenges and demands of judo training will positively transfer to success in other aspects of life. The attitudes developed will enhance achievement in school, jobs and personal interactions.