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.

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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

Nanka Elite Training Camp in May

 

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This looks like an amazing camp!!! Let’s all go!!!
Dear Judo Family,
Nanka would like to invite you all to our 2018 Nanka Elite Training Camp during the Memorial Day long weekend.  Please read the application and RSVP your spots as soon as possible.

Look forward to seeing you all at the camp.

Eddie Khchirian

2018 Nanka Spring Elite Training Camp ver2 (PDF)

Junior Judo Camp at San Jose State July 17-18-19

Just a reminder that the deadline for discounted registration for the SJSU Camp is next Wednesday, July 5th.  Please encourage your students to participate as we believe this should be very educational, fun and a great workout.  Also, if you are able to help with the camp, please let me know which days you can attend.
As you know the camp is now a 3-day camp, Monday-Wednesday, July 17,18 & 19.  Attached are the revised information and registration forms.
Thank you,
Vaughn Imada