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Postby PettyLittle » Fri Jun 19, 2009 12:11 am

Hi

any recommendations for good JUDO schools for 8 & 10yo boys? is S A JUDO Academy good?

would like them to learn JUDO for self defence, hope to find a school that teaches proper techniques..

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Re: JUDO

Postby sweetpie » Thu Jul 23, 2009 11:10 am

PettyLittle wrote:Hi

any recommendations for good JUDO schools for 8 & 10yo boys? is S A JUDO Academy good?

would like them to learn JUDO for self defence, hope to find a school that teaches proper techniques..


Hi, you may find more information at this link :
http://www.singaporejudo.org.sg/aboutus.htm

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Postby PettyLittle » Thu Jul 23, 2009 11:55 pm

Thanks sweetpie.

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Postby sweetpie » Fri Jul 24, 2009 12:21 am

you're most welcome :)

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Postby quidnunc » Fri Nov 27, 2009 6:17 pm

Hi :)
I myself learn judo and I think it is a very good self defense technique that your children would benefit from. SA Judo School is definitely the best! Since judo is a rare CCA for schools (the best boy school with judo is HwaChong), it would be an easier to get in the school by sports DSA.

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judo

Postby quixation » Thu Jul 18, 2013 12:29 am

Hi,

need adv.

finally my girl is turning 6 so I guess right time to start martial arts.
Showed her videos of muay thai, karate, taewando, aikido & judo..
she chose judo..

anyone here can adv if judo is suitable?
Interested in the singapore judo clu lesson near my house, any parent got any feedback to share? Itsvery affordable so ireally dun mind let her try for 1yr min.
But I think their coach is voluntary so not fixed?

I will bring her for a trial..

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Re: judo

Postby ChiefKiasu » Fri Jul 19, 2013 9:30 am

quixation wrote:Hi,

need adv.

finally my girl is turning 6 so I guess right time to start martial arts.
Showed her videos of muay thai, karate, taewando, aikido & judo..
she chose judo..

anyone here can adv if judo is suitable?
Interested in the singapore judo clu lesson near my house, any parent got any feedback to share? Itsvery affordable so ireally dun mind let her try for 1yr min.
But I think their coach is voluntary so not fixed?

I will bring her for a trial..


Judo is a good sport, but I would rate it as one of the highest contact sports amongst the martial arts you listed, second to muay thai. If you are ok with that, then you should go ahead. It will help to develop her motor skills and discipline.

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Re: JUDO

Postby PettyLittle » Sat Jul 20, 2013 10:29 am

My boys have been practicing judo since 8 & 10.. Good workout.. Strengthens them physically & mentally...

No regrets..

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