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Practice Times:
Monday:
Intermediate — 6pm -7:30pm
New Judo For Women — 7:30pm — 8:30pm
Tuesday and Thursday:
Juniors and Beginners — 6pm — 7:15pm
Seniors — 7:15pm- 8:45pm
Saturday Morning:
Advanced — 8:30am-10am.
Kata -10:30am-noon

Where: 7333 NE Fremont Map

Ph: (503) 208−3035

Obukan Club Dues

New At Obukan:
Saturday Morning Practices:
Advanced Judo followed by Kata

Saturday Morning Judo! Get up, get your blood flowing, your toes moving and your Uchikomi going!!! 8am winning Judo practice! Winning by Ippon. we are old school. You ain’t winning unless your scoring Ippon…
Stick around after for Kata with Ichinoe Sensei from 10:30am — Noon.
New At Obukan:
Judo For Women

Every Monday from 7:30 — 8:30pm. This practice is for beginner through intermediate judoka of all ages. We’ll work on building strong technique, core muscle strength, endurance, balance, movement, composure, focus, and confidence. Practices will cover various throws, falling and ground work. We’ll also cover history, rules, and kata too. Wow! Get in shape and make your judo better — all while having a ton of fun — Don’t miss it!

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Amber GaerlanI'm going to do my best to get the kids there. Dr said my mom took a bad turn again so we will see how she does overnight.

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No crash pad needed... trust me I got it...😉
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E para fechar o ano com chave de ouro, aqui vai aquele ukemi que você respeita 😎

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Tsim Nuj MoualalaLets see it next week hehehe

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Justin C. HoukThis is the fall I take every time Jeff throws me 😉

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I need an Uke tonight, I’d like to try this please.
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Extraordinario trabajo de NE WAZA 😉

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William StruckIs that considered a joint lock using the legs?

2 days ago

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Mark HirotaShido in 2018

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Marcus Lindemann😢😢😢😢😢 no practice for me tonight. The problem with unexpected things is, that they, well happen unexpected

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Vincent HataLots of variations from crucifix maybe try...at around the 20 second mark where he collects the uke's nearside arm, he should switch his hip back and facing forward, so both he and the uke's hips are in line. Then from there you have a few options to play with 1. Your near side hand reaches across their body and grabs a wrist ride on their far arm. And your far side arm reaches for a basic lapel choke. You can add extra pressure by flexing your hips outward. Sometimes you'll roll with them, sometimes you can get the straight armbar using your leg during that extension by basically having all your weight bring supporting by their body, think body surfing. And obviously not legal. Your nearside arm reaches for a half Nelson and half way through them rolling onto their back use both hands to grab their side of their head and pull slowly for a spinal tap. Think twister submission.

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Rod ConduragisWhat's sad is that good execution from a high skilled player makes techniques not dangerous. Its poorly skilled players that need to win at all cost that make good techniques dangerous for all...... old judo skills are awesome...

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