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Wrestling for Kids - Bondi Junction (2022)

the Eastern Suburbs, the Sydney Region, New South Wales (NSW)

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    Freedom through continuous change. The philosophy of one of the greatest judo technicians of all time – Kyuzo Mifune. This positive message to embrace improvement is the philosophy we harness. We never stop seeking to learn more, perfect our performance, and share our ideas with others. We are a Sydney judo team that has developed over the last four years. We are young and old, male and female, experienced and new. We are all at different levels but our club values and goals are shared. We ... Read more challenge ourselves. We push ourselves a little harder each time, so we can extend our skills. We watch out and help each other, so everyone on the team can improve. We like to have fun, make friends and get fit. We are open minded. We do not just focus on the modern competition style judo, but also embrace older techniques and different styles to further improve our skills and knowledge. Our Dojo in Marrickville is our new home and we hope to have those near and far come to train with us and ...

    Over 35 years experience Coach Mario started training in Martial Arts when he was 11. At 55 he has still the same enthusiasm about combat sports and Martial Arts as when he was just a young kid. You name it he has done it: Karate, boxing, wrestling, kickboxing, MMA, Krav Maga, etc. A true seeker of the Martial Arts, he was often dissatisfied with the dogmatic (and sometime right-out nonsensical) answers he was getting, especially from some of the traditional martial world. 'As a student ... Read more I often found teachers that, maybe in good faith, where teaching unrealistic techniques or methods that where actually detrimental to their students. Not only that but most of their strength and conditioning teachings where based on 'Ipse Dixits' and just plain dogmas. There was more ignorance then, less scientific knowledge, so I kind of understand why that happened. What I do not understand is why that is still getting taught today in the name of a tradition that never evolved and progressed ...

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