Judo translates to the Gentle Way. In 1882, Dr. Jigaro Kano having pulled from ancient jujitsu the best of its throws and grappling techniques and adding some of his own presented his new sport–Judo.
The dojo and learning a new sport can feel strange at first. Read here to better understand what to expect on your first day. From what to wear, how to bow onto the mat and other items.
Workouts consist of stetching, conditioning and judo. We teach traditional and competition style judo. Sensei believes in having you go at your own pace.
All forms and links needed to begin Judo training at Ball State are located here. These forms must be completed before stepping on the mat.
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