Welcome to the website of Judo For all UK
This is the official website of Judo For All UK (JFAUK), a new organisation established in order to champion and promote Traditional Kodokan Judo, in Britain.
The Kangeiko is a traditional mid- winter training camp which focuses on testing a judokas ability, pushing them both physically, mentally and spiritually. Judo starts very early in the morning and is practised in cold conditions, with the training continuing right until the evening.
During training a judoka is taken out of their comfort zone
The JFAUK Junior and Senior national championships were held on the 19th October 2014 at the Sobell leisure center, London.
The championships proved themselves outstanding, not only in judo but in the friendship and bringing together the many clubs and organisations from across the country and Europe who share the same belief that judo belongs
Watch the Video Diaries for the Borders Summer School 2014:
Day 1: Video Diary
Day 2: Video Diary
Day 3: Video Diary
This years shochugeiko was a great success, with lots of excellent judo being displayed. Being held over two days the course brought together judoka from across Great Britain, all training and learning together. This years course has guest instrcutors Farid Namouchi (5th Dan) and Dave Hammond (4th Dan) take to the matt and deliver a
Part of the JFAUK team have just returned from its first international grading seminar. The grading seminar, which was held over 3 days was attended by 40 judoka, 24 of which took part of the examination for 1st dan and above. The examination consisted of four parts- technical demonstration, kata, randori and shiai which left
JFAUK Recently had a visit from Ryo Uchida a professor from Nagoya University, Japan. Mr Uchida is conducting a study regarding the dangers of judo and its fatalities. In the last 15 years in japan, 118 young students have passed away due to judo related injuries. Mr Uchida picked out the Sobell Judo Club to
The 2014 JFAUK Junior Championships were successfully held on the 16th March at the prestigious Sobell leisure centre in London. This year's event saw a good growth with 13 clubs taking part. A total of 143 competitors took to the mat and were eager to test their judo skills as well as their discipline in
JFAUK Travelled to Thessaloniki, Greece for an international training camp and competition.
Day 1 : Today was a success on the first day of competition which saw over 120 keen judoka take to the matt, including 6 high graded veterans from the Kiwi Club Osaka, this was a rare occasion to see 6th and 7th Dans
The event is jointly organized by the Federation of Traditional Judo of Italy (FIJT) and Judo For All UK (JFAUK) under the auspices of World Judo Federation (WJF) that
The JFAUK Junior National Championships held on the 28th April, 2013 at the Sobell Leisure Centre, in London, was very well attended and proved to be yet again very successful.
The JFAUK aims to put to practice the concept of mutual respect and adherence to the traditions and teachings of judo building its organisation firmly based on these fundamental principals.
The JFAUK aims to help judo grow by removing all bureaucratic intrusions on the day to day running of judo clubs.
Further we aim to put all our resources to provide all that is necessary to revitalise judo and help its clubs to grow.
We recognise that all JFAUK members and officers must strictly uphold the judo code of conduct and set a good example for all to follow.
We plan to hold master classes across the UK and also provide detailed teaching tools for instructors and students alike.
All techniques required for each grading syllabus, are presented in video form for reference. These can be downloaded and used as reference in between training sessions.
Judo for all UK believes success lies in the process of development and considers that every member of JFA UK is a student and also a teacher with learning taking principal place through out the process.
The student is thus responsible to learn not just for one’s own sake but also in order teach others.
The instructors must also learn how to teach to people of diverse abilities, from different perspectives and also continue to advance their own levels.
Teaching and learning are inseparable components in the process of sharpening one’s ability to learn how to learn. Tteacher/students with higher grades are able to appreciate even finer subtlties in things, often over looked in earlier periods.
Follow the reference videos for each technique in the syllabus
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JFAUK Head Office47 Shrublands,Potters Bar,Hertfordshire EN6 2BN
Tel: 0845 478 5021email [email protected]
JUDO FOR ALL UK is registered as a private company Limited by Gurantee and operates as a not-for-profit organisation situated in England and Wales. Registered No. 7413430
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