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    Does anyone on here train Judo at the Budokwai?

    Is it very strict in training with regards to the new rules, or is it fairly relaxed?

    Are the classes very busy?

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    Simon and Dickie can give you the best idea.

    I don't think anyone is going to complain if you do a morote geri if that;s what you mean.

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    Classes aren't too busy and you have world class Judo players teaching there.

    I can't imagine there are many better places to train Judo.

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    Good place.You won't get the rule book thrown at you.Everyone there just wants a scrap.Turn up and do the class.

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    Sounds great. You guys are to blame for my interest in Judo. It's something that I've become quite fascinated by and I want to do more of.

    Danny's class at Carlsons has been a revelation to me, but I often struggle to get up there on a saturday due to work.

    Cheers.

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    http://www.budokwai.co.uk/ for timetables/directions.

    Make sure you have a valid judo license when you first turn up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Sho View Post
    http://www.budokwai.co.uk/ for timetables/directions.

    Make sure you have a valid judo license when you first turn up.
    Is that license approved by the UK Governing Body ?

    ..whoops wrong sport
    Last edited by iandean; 13-04-2010 at 02:48 AM.

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