Judo for girls!
The Jidel brand has fast become one of the most revered logos within the competition circuit. The Jidel logo has travelled all over Europe and other Continents. To be part of this quality assurance process...
They most certainly do. At the present time we have Kate Howey the Sydney Olympic Silver medallist, (Kate also won an Olympic Bronze in Barcelona) and Karina Bryant Senior European Champion...
It is most important to start correctly with a qualified Judo Coach. The British Judo Association is the official Governing Body for Judo. Jidel Judo is registered with the British Judo Assocation and...
Judo is an ideal form of physical education. The beginner concentrates on getting the technique right, and during this process inevitably improves general fitness. The bonus is stamina improvement...
Although the accident rate is far lower than in some other sports it has to be said that Judo is a tough combat sport. It is therefore wise to have a licence, which gives insurance cover. Gradings and...
First Lesson Free
New members are always welcome at Jidel and to make it that little bit easier, the 1st session is on us!
Boys & Girls
YES! You'd be surprised to see the amount of females that compete in Judo. And we have lot's of girl Judo players at Jidel.
Classes so suit all ages!
Age doesn't matter in Judo. You can take as hard or as easy as you wish. It really is that simple.
What is Judo?
Judo is a form of martial arts that involves the use of certain holds, throws and locks. There will be a lot of grappling and controlled movements. Unlike other martial arts such as Tae Kwon Do and Karate, there are no kicks or punches in Judo.
When you combine physical activity, self-defense skills, spiritual development and peace of mind together, you’ve got the makings of a great activity that will not only keep you fit but that will also keep you motivated.
What Judo offers
Judo not only works out the body, but it also works out the mind. When taking Judo, you will build self-confidence, trust, self-discipline and respect for yourself and others.
If working out and the idea of fitness in general has somewhat lost its luster for you, then maybe it’s time to try a different approach. A martial art like Judo can get you up and moving in a way you’ve never experienced before.