JudoCopyright: © HSZ Walter
Judo, meaning “the gentle way” in Japanese is a modern Japanese martial art. Its roots originate in jiu-jitsu, which was once the fighting technique of the samurai. Today judo is part of the largest martial arts associations worldwide and finds its sporting highlight every four years at the Olympics. Judo distinguishes itself by achieving the maximum effect with the minimum effort. Stance techniques are used to bring open to ground through the clever use of the body’s center of gravity. The fight on the ground can then be won though the use of hold, joint lock and chocking techniques.
|Notes regarding the interim sports hall|
We kindly ask for your understanding that due to the extraordinary temporary interim situation, the usual room climate cannot always be guaranteed.
Until the temperature control in the Interim Sports Complex is adjusted, sports classes continue as usual. We recommend dressing a bit warmer or bringing a jacket. The University Sports Center is actively working with a specialized firm to resolve the situation promptly. Thank you for your understanding and patience.
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Comfortable, tearproof clothing is sufficient in the beginning.
All jewelry must be removed before training. If an item of jewelry cannot be removed, it must be covered by sports tape or a sweatband.
Out of respect for the other course participants, personal hygiene, clean sportswear and cut finger and toenails are a matter of course.
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