The Referee Clinic and written test will be at the SJSU Event Center, aerobics room, on Saturday, February 15, 2020 in junction with the tournament on Sunday, February 16.
Contact Vaughn Imada at email@example.com if you have questions regarding National, Regional and/or Local Referee testing.
The chief referee for the 2020 “Sensei Memorial” will be Calvin Terada. The evaluators will be Dan Israel and Mark Hirota.
Mr. Terada and Mr. Hirota will be in Doha, Qatar the week of January 13, to attend the 2020 International Judo Federation Referee and Coach Seminar. They will present the information they receive from the seminar at the referee clinic on February 15.
Referee Clinic 1:00 P.M. – 3:00 P.M. ($20 payable to USA Judo).
New IJF contest rules as adopted by USA Judo discussed. Referees attending clinic must be dressed in referee attire.
National, Regional and Local Referee Candidate written test 3:00 P.M. – 4:00 P.M, or soon after referee clinic.
For further details refer to http://www.sjbjudo.org.
SAVE THE DATE !!!
Sanctioned By: USA Judo # 152220
Hosted by San Jose Buddhist Judo Club with the special contribution and support of San Jose State University Judo and Central Coast Judo Association
More details to follow on www.sjbjudo.org.
We regret to inform you that the Cupertino Tournament is cancelled for this year.
Time : 8:30 AM – 4.00 PM
Venue : City College of San Francisco
Utilizing Cardiovascular Training Concepts for Judo
Course Objective : The athlete/coach/instructor (participant) will be able to demonstrate the understanding of general physiological concepts of cardiovascular training for judo.
1) The participant will be able to explain what constitutes aerobic and anaerobic activity, anaerobic threshold and the development of lactic acid.
2) Th participant will demonstrate a cardiovascular judo training workout using physiological concepts.
3) The participant will create a short/long term training program.
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