Save the Date : Sunday January 26 2020 CENCO High Performance Instruction !

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.

More details follow !

Save the Date : Sunday 15 December – 2019 Winter Junior Competition Judo Training Workout & Clinic at Nakano Judo Academy !!

Date Sunday 15th December

2 Sessions 10.00 AM – 12.00 PM & 1.30 PM -3.30 PM

Location : 2072 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, CA 95050

Eligibility: Ages 10 – 20 years old. Belt requirement: yellow belt and higher. Open to current USJF, USJA, & USA Judo Members. Must present valid card at registration.
Clinician: Shintaro Nakano, 5th Dan Black Belt and eight-time team member of the Japan National Team, will be the main instructor for the camp & clinics. He was the Judo Coach at San Jose State University for 7 years, the premier North American college for Judo. Additionally, he has coached Marti Malloy, supporting her bronze medal win at the 2012 London Olympics, as well as Colton Brown another Olympian who competed in the 2016 games in Rio.

See additional information

Saturday , November 2nd Joshi Judo Club is hosting a Nage-no-Kata clinic for Cenco members

Date:    Saturday , November 2.

              10am – noon.   (may go overtime)

Location:   Soko Joshi Judo Club

                    1622 Castro St.

                    San Francisco, CA 94114

Cost:   $20 / per person

Maximum capacity :  10

RSVP  required by :  10/30/2019

Please email to : wmjudo@att.net 

Additional  Nage-no kata clinic will be on December 7, 2019 upon request.

Sunday 10th November 66th Annual Palo Alto Judo Invitational – On line Registration !

Date : Sunday November 10 th 10.am

Location : Menlo-Atherton High School, Ayers Gymnasium 555 Middlefield Road Atherton CA

Registration

Discounted to $40 online up to 10/31/2019. $50 online between 11/01 and 11/8/2019. $70 for walk-ins.

Registration online before 11/8 https://www.strongvon.com/paloaltojudo2019

Information and forms :

Satellite Weigh-ins:

You can come to Weigh-ins on tournament day (getting up much earlier, standing in line), or you can take advantage of one of the EARLY WEIGH-IN sitesavailable to anybody that registers and pays electronically in advance and brings: (1) a printout of the payment confirmation email PLUS (2) a valid USJF/USJA/USA Judo card PLUS (3) filled Paper Official Entry Form with the their Sensei’s signature saying they can fight if they’re not a black belt, PLUS (4) the Waiver signed by adult contestants or parents of minors.

Chuck Jefferson Judo – Wednesday October 30th – 6 to 7pm
3055 Meridian Ave., San Jose, CA

East Bay Judo Institute – Saturday November 2nd – 9am to Noon
11165 San Pablo Ave, El Cerrito, CA

Tri-Valley Judo – Saturday November 2nd – 10:30am to Noon
1040 Serpentine Lane #203, Pleasanton, CA

Cupertino Judo Club – Saturday November 2nd – 12:30pm to 3:30pm
Monta Vista Park, 22601 Voss Ave, Cupertino, CA

510 Judo – Sunday November 3rd – 1pm to 3pm
1029 MacArthur Blvd, San Leandro, CA

Norcal Judo – Monday November 4th – 6:00pm to 7:15pm
Benicia Clock Tower, located at 1189 Washington St. Benicia, CA

San Jose Buddhist – Monday November 4th – 7:30pm to 8:30 PM 1050 North 5th Street, San Jose, CA

Palo Alto Judo Club – Tuesday November 5th – 7:00pm to 8:30pm 
2751 Louis Rd, Palo Alto, CA

Bojuka Judo – Wednesday November 6th – 7:15pm to 8:30pm
291 Carmel Ave, Marina, CA

Saturday November 9th Palo Alto Referees and Officials Clinic 2 PM – Online registration !

We have a great team leading us:  Chief Referee Gary Takemoto and Examiners Greg Moore and Dan Israel.

Location Menlo-Atherton High School, in the old Dance Studio next to Ayers Gymnasium, 555 Middlefield Road Atherton CA

Registration :

Online discounted registration of $20 up to November 4th, 2019.  $30 on or after 11/5/2019 and for walk-ins.  Walk-ins should write checks to CENCO

Online registration https://www.strongvon.com/cencorefclinic2019/

2020 SJB 72nd Annual and 28th “Sensei Memorial” Invitational Judo Tournament – Sunday, February 16, 2020

SAVE THE DATE !!!

Friends of SJB Judo,

We would like to announce that the 2020 SJB 72nd Annual and 28th “Sensei Memorial” Invitational Judo Tournament will be on Sunday, February 16, 2020 at the San Jose State University Event Center.  Please save the date. More details to follow on www.sjbjudo.org at a later date.

CENCO WORKOUT – 10/13/19

Sunday October 13th

From 9 AM – 12 PM

Hosted by Silicon Valley Judo

2790 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, CA 95051

For ages 8 years and up. 

Registration is now open!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cenco-workout-for-october-tickets-72459382965

The CENCO Workout will focus on helping attendees measure their strengths and weaknesses in several areas important to maintaining a high level of performance in Judo.

Additionally, attendees will receive a followup analysis and training suggestions to help with focus-training to improve themselves.

The final hour of the workout will include a randori session for all the students to workout together.

For more information contact : Lorne Mayeda, Cenco Development chair, at lsm2000@yahoo.com

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.

City College of San Francisco Invitational Judo Tournament December 11th 2016

The fall CCSF tournament is coming up! Come on down and enjoy this great event organized by Mitchell Palacio and the City College of San Francisco Judo Club.

Date: Sunday, December 11, 2016
Location: City College of San Francisco Wellness Center
50 Phelan Ave.
San Francisco, Calif. 94112

Time: Tournament will commence at 10:30 am

Entry Fee: $40.00 per contestant, second family member $30.00, third or more family members FREE. Make checks payable to: ML Event Management

Awards: Medals will be awarded to 1st, 2nd & 3rd place. Additional awards (Medals) will be presented to all competitors

Eligibility: Open to all qualified male and female, Junior/Intermediate and Senior competitors with current USJF, USJA or USA Judo membership cards. Must present current membership card.

Sponsored: CCSF Judo Club

Sanctioned by: USJF 16-12-03

Registration: Registration times on the day of the tournament are:

Junior Division 5-6yrs / 7-8yrs./ 9-10yrs/11-12yrs 8:00 am to 9:30 am
Intermediate Divisions 13-14 yrs / 15-16 yrs 10:00 am to 11:30 am
Sr. White, Brown and Black Belts 10:00 am to 11:30 am

Divisions to be contested:

5-6yrs / 7-8yrs. / 9-10yrs. / 11-12yrs White, Yellow, Orange Belts
7-8yrs / 9-10yrs. / 11-12yrs Blue and Green Belts
13-14 yrs / 15-16 yrs White, Yellow, & Blue Belts
13-14 yrs / 15-16 yrs Purple Belts
Sr. White, Yellow, Green, Blue Belts Pools – Light, Middle, Heavy
Sr. Brown Belts, Black Belts Pools – Light, Middle, Heavy

Black Belt competition will begin at 1:30 pm

Elimination: The Pool system of scoring will be used. Contestants will be separated by sex, age, weight and belt color. Depending on the number of contestants, the Tournament Director reserves the right to combine or change groups to benefit the majority of the contestants.

Scoring System: Places will be determined according to the following criteria, in this order:

A. Places will be determined first on the basis of wins.

B. If the numbers of wins are tied, both participants will be awarded the same medal.

Contest Rules: We will use the NEW 2013 Competition Rules (www.ijf.org)

Current IJF Contest Rules Modified as follows:

  • Pre 2003 IJF Medical Rule and The CARE system will Not be in use.
  • 7 meter competition area with 4 meter between mats with 3 meter safety border on edge.
  • No Kani-Basami and No Double knee drop Seoi-Nage in 12 and under
  • No Shime waza (chokes) in junior division (12 and under)
  • 1st Accidental leg grab for all 12 yrs. and younger will be penalized with a Shido, 2nd accidental leg grab will be Hansokumake.
  • 1st Accidental leg grab for all white belts 13 and older will be penalized with a Shido, 2nd accidental leg grab will be Hansokumake.
  • 2.5 Minutes: (12 and under), Matte Stop Time
  • We will use the “Golden Score” process for determining winners in a tied match
  • Kansetsu Waza (Armbars) only allowed in the Black Belt Division
  • Intermediate, Sr. White and Brown, 3 minutes……Black Belts 5 minutes

Officials Meeting: Officials Clinic/meeting will be held at 9:30 am, 3rd Floor

Tournament Director: Mitchell Palacio Email: mpalacio@ccsf.edu

Download the tournament packet here.