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INTERVIEW WITH CANADIAN JUDO CHAMPION KATHY HUBBLE: FROM JUDO TO STUNT WORK AND BACK AGAIN

FROM: "MARTIAL ARTS OF YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW" - READ THE FOLLOWING INTERVIEW SENSEI KATHY HAD WITH THIS NEWSPAPER......

March newsletter

March Newsletter Fun Fun Fun at the Okanagan Open This past weekend Lake Country Judo and the Kelowna Judo Clubs hosted our annual Okanagan Open. This was a developmental level tournament designed to introduce young judoka to judo competitions. We had at least 8...

Lake Country Judo Club wins big at Abbotsford championships

From Castanet News Lake Country Judo Club is celebrating after a sweeping win at the Abbotsford International Judo Championships. It's the first time the club has competed there in years, after being taken over by local black belt national champions Chris Smiley and...

Lake Country Judo Club is getting two new senseis to keep the almost 40-year-old club going

From Kelowna Capital News There are new and excited faces taking over the Lake Country Judo Club. Senseis Kathy Hubble and Chris Smiley are taking over the almost 40-year-old club this upcoming season starting in early September. Hubble and Smiley are both...

Judo Resources

Resources

MOST COMMON TERMS HEARD IN THE DOJO:

  • The person performing a technique – Tori
  • The person on the receiving end of a technique – Uke
  • Attention – Keiotsuke
  • Kneeling – Seiza
  • Sitting cross-legged – Anza
  • Mats – Tatami
  • Begin – Hajime
  • Stop – Mate
  • Penalty – Shido
  • Belt – Obi
  • Bow – Rei
  • BreakFall – Ukemi
  • Teacher – Sensei
  • Jigoro Kano – the founder of Judo
  • Foot Techniques – Ashi Waza
  • Form or Pattern – Kata
  • Free Style Practice (non-scripted) – Randori
  • For Mutual Benefit and Welfare (the judo way) – Jita Kyoei
  • Standing Techniques – Tachi Waza
  • Ground Techniques – Ne Waza
  • Hand Techniques – Te Waza
  • Hip Techniques – Koshi Waza
  • Joint Locks – Kansetsu Waza
  • Chokes – Shime Waza
  • Gripping – Kumikata
  • Practice techniques (without completion)– Uchikomi
  • Uniform – Gi
  • Full-point – Ippon
  • Half-point – Wazari
  • Eyes closed (meditation) – Mokuso
  • Eyes open (awake from meditation) – Mokuso yame

(For more terms, click on JudoInfo.com site on your right under Resources)

Kathy Hubble/NTB Fight Gear
Youtube Channel:

 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLWP6syyXxq2yt5W-Vj6c0w

Yellow Belt testing requirements: (and keep following the vids on this channel for Lake Country belt testing requirements)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9Y1aDpdL_Q&t=31s

HOW TO TIE BELT!

https://www.youtube.com/watch

The Judo Info Site:

https://judoinfo.com 

Judo BC site: 

http://judobc.ca 

Judo Canada site: 

https://www.judocanada.org 

Kata guide: 

http://kodokanjudoinstitute.org/en/waza/forms/ 

Black belt Grading Syllabus (Canada): 

https://www.judocanada.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/GradingSyllabusEN201718.pdf 

Coloured belt Grading Syllabus (Canada): 

https://www.judocanada.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/National-Kyu-Grading.pdf

 

GRADING SYLLABUS FOR LAKE COUNTRY JUDO & MARTIAL ARTS

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class times

 

Kids Class (4-7):
Tuesdays/Thursdays 5:20-6:00

 

Junior Class (8-12):
Tuesdays/Thursdays 6:00-7:00
Fridays: 5:00-6:00

 

Senior Class  (13+):
Tuesdays/Thursdays 7:00-8:15,
Fridays 5:00-6:00 
Sundays 10:15-noon (Kelowna venue)

 

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