Judo which translates to the (Gentle Way) was developed by Jigoro Kano of Tokyo Japan. He developed the modern sport of Judo in 1882. Judo originated from Jujutsu which consisted mainly of offensive combat techniques. Professor Kano’s Judo philosophy was and is “Maximum Efficiency” and “Mutual Benefit and Welfare.”
Through Judo you can open up your mind and learn to focus on the task at hand. It is an excellent activity to increase physical fitness, self-esteem, self-defense, and mental awareness.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu program focuses exclusively on learning the technical aspects of the art. You will learn the major and most effective techniques that will enable you to transition from the standing position to the ground.
This program includes unique approach, details game plans, understanding the links between positions, combinations, and transitions between techniques all while improving your reflexes and skills. You will discover strengths and weaknesses as you improve your technical approach and begin to create your own individualized Brazilian Jiu Jitsu game.
Catch Wrestling is a classical hybrid grappling style that was developed in Britain circa 1870 by J. G. Chambers, then later refined and popularised by the wrestlers of traveling funfairs who developed their own submission holds, or "hooks", into their wrestling to increase their effectiveness against their opponents. Catch wrestling derives from a number of different styles, the English styles of Cumberland and Westmorland Wrestling, Cornwall, and Devon wrestling, Landshire wrestling, Irish collar-and-elbow wrestling, Greco-Roman wrestling, styles of the Indian subcontinent such as Pehlwani, Jujutsu and Iranian styles such as Varesh-e Pahlavani. The training of some modern submission wrestlers, professional wrestlers and mixed martial artists is founded in catch wrestling.