Life with kids in Sydney's East
The Kids Judo program at the University of New South Wales are classes where kids have fun developing their skills and get a good dose of exercise at the same time. This is also a very successful competitive program teaching effective competition judo, having turned out many junior national champions, medalists and international competitors.
These classes develop the core skills of movement with a leaning towards basic Judo movements:
These classes develop the core skills of Judo:
The classes are conducted in a games environment where the games are structured to create awareness of the desired skill. Big Ball Sumo, Pillow fights and Crash Mat battles are just some of the fun games the children play.
These classes develop specific Judo skills but with a high “game” element. Safe falling skills are more developed to increase the ability to relax during the fall. Gradings commence in this age group.
These classes develop throwing and groundwork techniques with games designed to challenge mentally and physically. Techniques taught are required for gradings.
These classes develop throws, groundwork techniques and overall body strength. Classes develop strategy with a focus on competition depending on individual player’s maturity.
Kids classes are conducted in two locations; at the club on High St, Kensington and Eastern Suburbs PCYC at 26A Bunnerong Rd, Daceyville (a 5 minute drive from UNSW).
Enrol your child in the Judo Kids program now.