Posted On:12/27/2007 2:22pm
The cheaper the better. If you know of any schools that have a judo club, include those too.
Posted On:12/27/2007 3:21pm
College Park Judo.
Easy to get too, cheap, a good number of quality instructors/assistants.
Can't go wrong.
Posted On:12/27/2007 3:24pm
Off the Red Line:
Posted On:12/27/2007 3:27pm
And for no real reason other than to feed my ego.....a link of me woopin ass (pics ending 39-45):
Posted On:12/27/2007 3:30pm
NIH from what I have seen so far is more older guys who are really just into having fun......though admittedly I have only been there on their Sat. practice. The plus side to NIH is that it is cheap also and they seem to have pretty good ne-waza instruction from what little I have seen. If that is what he is looking for then god bless.
CPJC is right off the green-line, or if he is driving route 1 in College Park MD, right across from UMD.
Posted On:12/27/2007 3:37pm
One of the Bullshido Admins trained there a bit and said basically the same thing.
Don't know how old the poster is or where he is located in DC or if he has a car. Therefore, the more options people post the better.
We don't want him to end up in TKD because Judo wasn't convivent.
Posted On:12/27/2007 3:39pm
I know that's right.
Monkey Knife Fight!
Posted On:12/27/2007 4:41pm
I worked out here a few times:
I think it was only around 60 dollars a month for unlimited classes and access to the gym. Plus the teacher Mo Allen was a total bad-ass and he rolled with everyone. Everything was very informal and everyone was really friendly even though I had never been there before. If I still lived in the area it would be hard to turn down training there.
Posted On:12/27/2007 5:10pm
Thanks for the input, I'm a judo orange belt and I would rather it be a little more intense, but I'm not picky. I do drive although if it's near metro that's even better, and I'm in Southern Maryland, like lower Marlboro, but there's nothing out here.
Posted On:12/27/2007 7:21pm
Maryland Judo inc.
It covers schools in PA and VA also.
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