Adult Judo

Judo31Judo is a Japanese sport focussing on using your opponent’s weight and strength against them. Judo provides a great physical and mental workout while developing and improving your balance, co-ordination and confidence through the implementation of throwing techniques, pins, arm locks, and choking techniques. Judo translated simply means “The gentle way.” This is due to the fact that it relies more on feel than brute strength. This is why a smaller person can defeat a bigger, stronger opponent.

In our classes you will learn the art of Judo in a safe and controlled environment. Our instructors have over 50 years of Judo experience between them so you know you are in good hands.
The Beyond Grappling Club is closely affiliated with the Judo Federation of Australia so you may have the opportunity to be graded under the national governing body which will allow you to start the road from beginner to black belt.

How Do I Get Started?

If you are interested in learning Judo or Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in a fun, safe and friendly environment, all you need to do is contact Matt on 0422 793 609, or sign up for a free trial class on the link to your right.

What Do I Need To Bring?

Well that depends… If you are just coming in to see if Judo or Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is for you then we recommend you come in a comfortable set of training/gym clothes such as pant’s, a t-shirt or rash vest. try to avoid wearing shorts as you may take some skin off your knees. You can also bring a long a bottle of water, a small towel, an open mind, a big smile and a willingness to learn!

Do I need to get fit before trying your classes?

No. Just come in and begin your training. Each of our sessions are tailored to you and your ability level. Plus, you will build fitness and strength as a by-product of learning Judo and BJJ with us. You will also build your confidence and meet some great people as well.  Judo and BJJ training will change your life and make you fitter and healthier than you can possibly imagine!

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