Spots filling up for Cenco Training Day! Register soon!

Hi Everyone,
We’ve been getting such a great response for this Sunday’s Workout, that we’ll need to move up the registration times for the event to 10:00 am to 10:30 am so that we can ensure a good start at 11 am.
Here is the agenda for the event:
Outside will be with your workout clothes and Inside will be in your Judo gi doing Uchikomi, etc.
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Please forward this new information to all your friends.
Also, Parents, Coaches, and Instructors, we’ll need lots of volunteers to ensure a fun-filled and challenging event. We’ll need help with lunch preparation, chaperoning/encouragement outside, and also extra coaches and instructors helping on the mat! Please bring your sweats and gi too.*;) winking
Thanks for your support!
Sincerely,
Lorne Mayeda
CENCO Development Committee Co-Chair
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Cenco Training Day January 20th

What is the CENCO Training Camp?
A day full of exercises on and off the mat, lunch included.

Why are we doing it?
To give all CENCO judokas and community members the opportunity to come together, train as a group and provide long lasting experiences.

Who can participate?
All ages and experience levels are welcomed to participate.

What do I need to bring?
Make sure to bring your gi, exercise clothes and running shoes (yes, we will be running!).

How much, where is it at and when?
The training camp will cost $20.00 per person (lunch provided) and will be hosted by Silicon Valley Judo (92 North Almaden Boulevard, Suite B, San Jose, CA 95110) on Sunday, January 20th from 11am-2pm. Fees will be used to fund future developmental activities.

All Cenco Clubs welcome at SJSU Friday night open mats

***Starts January 18th, 2019***

Dear Cenco Member

Mr. Yosh Uchida has extended an invitation to Cenco clubs to participate in the Friday evening (5:30-7:30) open practice at Yosh Uchida Hall dojo.

For young students, we recommend age 13 and older, at least orange/green belt, but please use your discretion.

He is also asking Cenco club instructors to attend to learn teaching techniques from the SJSU instructors, such as Mike Swain, Kosuke Tanaka and Toni Lettner.

Hope you will take advantage of this offer from Mr. Uchida and the San Jose State University Judo Team. Mr. Uchida has said that no fee is required. Please make sure your Judo membership is current before you attend.

-Vaughn Imada

Grappling Central Podcast interview with Marti Malloy

Take a listen to this great interview with Olympic Bronze medalist and World Championship Silver medalist Marti Malloy! You’ll hear about Marti’s early years and how she got started in judo, her competition years and what she’s up to now.

Grappling Central episode 343