Welcome back from break!

A few reminders about upcoming events:

This Friday, 12/4, will be our second Open Mat Randori of the semester with college Judo teams from the Philadelphia area. The Open Mat will be a great chance to prepare for…

Friday 12/11 Army Navy Collegiate Team Matches at Drexel! For the first time, Bryn Mawr will be having a team at the matches. If you are interested in trying a match or coming to watch, please let us know.

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On Saturday, February 21st, Drexel University is hosting the College Team Matches. Teams that will be competing include the Army, Navy, and Coast Guard, as well as Rutgers, Penn and Drexel. There will also be exhibition matches for the Bi-Co Judo Club.

 

This event will be a great chance to practice, meet fellow college judoka, learn more about competitions, and experience the matches!

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Our first open mat Randori of the spring semester will be February 6th at MLJ!

 

The open mat will begin at 7:30 PM and we are expecting Judoka from Penn and Drexel as well. The facebook event can be viewed at http://on.fb.me/1xU8cAi .

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Welcome back to school for the spring semester! We have updated the website to display our new status as a Bi-Co club!

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…to use the resources on our website here to study your techniques and vocab!

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As the end of the semester draws near, it is time for yellow belt promotion!

The written test can be found here: http://www.usja-judo.org/forms/Docs/srpromo.pdf  and the instructions for the test are included below. *ORANGE BELT: The test sections go to Gokyu and 6 items are required to be known from each category*.

 

Please take a look and let us know if you have any questions! Those of us who took the yellow belt test last year can help with the written part of the exam, and we will all work on the techniques in Monday class next week with Sensei Esteban. Coming to practice is the best studying that you can do for this exam! Remember, for the written test, you are allowed to use outside resources, but please be mindful and make this a learning process.

 

Good luck!

 

Promotion Test Instructions: 

Starting with vocabulary on page 3: you need to know the vocabulary until where it says “Rokyu stop here”- Rokyu means yellow belt. Then go to page 6- you need to complete “General Information” until it says “Rokyu stop here”. On page 9 the techniques are listed- yellow belt is a 6K promotion (see the chart on top of the page). This means that you should know 4 throws from each category listed.

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Bryn Mawr judoka- let’s not get rusty this summer! Look under the “Links” page to watch technique videos, test your vocabulary, and expand your knowledge of Judo.

 

And let us know if there are other links, videos, and/or websites that you have found helpful!

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Check out the “Events” page to catch up on the recent and upcoming events for the Judo Club!

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Welcome to the Bryn Mawr College Judo Club website!

 

We just got started on this website, so thanks for your patience while we get things underway.

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