Joshi Competitive Judo
Judo, The Ultimate Challenge, Inc. – Hawaii (jtuc-hawaii.org) is the state level of a 30-year-old national non-profit organization committed to the proliferation of Judo all over the United States. We provide programs, services, and support to young judoka and their Olympic dreams. With the gracious support of the Honolulu Judo Club, we provide a safe and positive location for judoka from around the state to enhance their technical, physical, and competitive prowess. We provide an opportunity for all clubs to train together for the betterment of the collective.
Joshi Competitive Judo
Focus on competitive judo
Practices are open to all clubs
Judoka must sign Honolulu Judo Club waiver forms, but must remain with their home dojo
All judoka must be a current member of USJF or USJA. Please bring a hard copy of your USJF card, or send an email with your membership card to email@example.com prior to atttending your first practice
Focus: Goal Setting/Strength & Conditioning/Targeted Skill Acquisition
Nagekomi, uchi-komi (both tachiwaza and newaza)
Competitive rules and strategy
No open randori sessions
The purpose of the Joshi Competitive Judo Class is to provide a compassionate, goal-oriented, uplifting, safe, and supportive space for us–motivated and committed girls and women–to reach our goals through competitive judo.
Practice Time & Location
Honolulu Judo Club
６20 Waipa Lane, Honolulu Hi 96817
Practice may be cancelled on Sundays when there is a tournament. Please inquire ahead of time.
In order for our precious time together to be intentional, efficient, and fruitful, all participants must have a goal or reason for being on the mat. This goal or reason must be personal (“I statements”) and well-defined/measurable (e.g. I want to medal at States; I want to be strong enough to be able to do 25 push-ups, etc.)
In order to join the class, before stepping onto the mat, this goal will be written on a notecard, presented to our group, and posted on the goal board. By leaving our personal goals on display, we can hold ourselves and each other accountable, share in each other’s struggles and successes, and encourage each other along the way.
A person without a plan is a person who plans to fail.
Plan your work; work your plan.
Without a goal, the path forward is unclear.
Without a destination, you will never arrive.