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    Baltimore, MD - Baltimore Judo

    Baltimore Judo Club was founded in 1953 by John Anderson, 8th dan in Kodokan Judo. We have 1500 square feet of mat space and offer kids and adult judo at all levels of skill. The curriculum is split between throws and groundwork at about 60/40.
    We emphasize live drills, free sparring and competition.
    If you know how to breakfall and know when to tap, you can play live on your first night.

    Baltimore Judo Club is a part of Baltimore Martial Arts Academy and members with unlimited membership are free to attend classes at both locations.
    Check out www.baltimoremartialarts.com for more info.

    There's a bunch of small local tourneys with very reasonable entry fees, $25 - $35, and a bunch of bigger ones within driving distance (Liberty Bell, NY open etc).

    http://baltimorejudo.mysite.com

    Drop me a line for more info.

    Tomas
    Last edited by Tomas Drgon; 12/12/2007 1:31pm at . Reason: info update

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    Nothing wrong with training with John Anderson. I started Judo there.

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    Wrong forum, moved.

    Should probably be edited.

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    Judo, the sport for people with good rotators. I hate you.
    "Preparing mentally, the most important thing is, if you aren't doing it for the love of it, then don't do it." - Benny Urquidez

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    Sensei Anderson is amazing in newaza. His mat work instruction is by far superior to ANY bjj schools in the area. Unfortunately, I've heard he has retired from Judo. I plan on returning to the club this month. I hope BJC still maintains their focus on newaza.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sang9768
    Sensei Anderson is amazing in newaza. His mat work instruction is by far superior to ANY bjj schools in the area. Unfortunately, I've heard he has retired from Judo. I plan on returning to the club this month. I hope BJC still maintains their focus on newaza.
    I am coaching on Monday 6:30 - 8:00 and Wednesday 8:00 - 9:30.
    On my nights you should be able to get in 20-30 minutes of live newaza.

    Also, if you come on Wednesday before Judo, there's a BJJclass (with Pedro Sauer purple) from 6:30-8:00.

    Mr Anderson is taking a break, he emailed me recently that he'll be returning to coach soon.

    Drop me a line if you need more info (tomasdrgon@hotmail.com)

    Tomas

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    Thanks Tomas, I plan on returning next Monday the 26h. My crazy work schedule only allows me to practice Mondays and some Fridays. I'll be emailing you soon. -Mike/Sang

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    Quote Originally Posted by sang9768
    Thanks Tomas, I plan on returning next Monday the 26h. My crazy work schedule only allows me to practice Mondays and some Fridays. I'll be emailing you soon. -Mike/Sang
    Friday class is run by Denis Nikitin...great class, Russian grips, great standup.

    Best

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