Athlete Analyzer provides you with all the data you need about your judokas without having to manually go through competition reports and training diaries – giving you more time to focus on your athletes’ development.
ORGANIZE YOUR WORK
Athlete Analyzer helps you organize your coaching work, enabling you to gather all information about your judokas in one place. Workouts, competitions, strengths and weaknesses, progress, match results etc.
PLAN AND SHARE INDIVIDUAL TRAINING PROGRAMS
Athlete Analyzer training planner makes it possible for you to easily plan your judokas’ training and competition schedule. Create an unlimited amount of plans, complete with exercises and workouts, and share them with your judokas. Each exercise can be displayed with link to video.
ANALYZE THE PROGRESS OF YOUR JUDOKAS
Athlete Analyzer offers in-depth analysis of the progress of your judokas, on both an individual and group level. What are their strengths and weaknesses? Do they share a certain pattern that you can focus on during future training sessions?
WATCH MATCH VIDEOS AND PROVIDE HIGH-PRECISION FEEDBACK
Watch and analyze your athletes’ matches and give the feedback they need. Analyze technical performance in previous matches regarding best scoring techniques, strong and weak periods, direction of throws that result in points, and more. Plan further special training focused on the weaknesses based on the result of the analysis.
COLLABORATE WITH OTHER COACHES
Collaborate efficiently regarding training, planning and competitions with the fitness coach, physiotherapist and all the other coaches on your team.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a martial art, combat sport that focuses on grappling and especially ground fighting. Formed from Kodokan Judo, ground fighting fundamentals were taught by Mitsuyo Maeda and Soshihiro Satake. Brazilian jiu-jitsu eventually came to be its own art through the adaptation from Judo. BJJ training can be used for sport grappling tournaments (gi and no-gi) and mixed martial arts (MMA) competition or self-defense.
Judo separated from older systems of Japanese jujutsu passing on to Brazilian jiu-jitsu not solely a martial art but a sport; a method for promoting physical fitness and building character in young people; and, ultimately, a way (Do) of life.
Derived from Russian Military Fighting Systems, Combat Sambo combines all aspects of fighting & self-defense techniques with and without weapons. Sport style that resembles MMA training with a kurtka (jacket) & sambo boots is offered along with self-defense style sambo classes for teens, men & women.
The family class is a wonderful opportunity to spend quality time with your children. Learning self-defense and martial arts techniques in a fun, friendly, family environment while getting fit is a rewarding endeavour worth investing in.
"I remember former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau tousling with his three boys at my parent’s martial arts school. PM Justin and his brothers Sacha (Alexander) and Michel loved it. They were the perfect age to participate together: 10, 8 and 6 years old. The night before PM Pierre retired, he brought his boys to judo and because of a big snow storm, they were the only students that showed up. I like to think that he retired because he saw the value of …family judo time! Some of my fondest memories were doing judo with my father and also with my sons (when they were small and I could still throw them at will). Don’t wait, because your children are getting bigger and stronger by the week!"
Judo is made up of mainly holds, escapes, chokes, arm locks, foot sweeps and throws. Chokes and arm locks are reserved mainly for the older children or adults. Many of the throws will be practiced on the soft crash mat, so not to worry. Some blocks, strikes and kicks are practiced and applied to self-defense. The class is recreational and not competitive in nature.
Karate Class (kicking, blocking, punches/strikes) also runs at the same time as the Family Judo. A family member can opt to sign up for the Sunday Karate rather than Judo and take advantage of the family discount. Lim Vannarith is an experienced Cambodian Karate instructor 3rd degree certified. His expertise is Kumite (sparring) but it is well hidden under his gentle demeanour which is very non-intimidating and perfect for beginner Karate students.
Ten class packages are available with a six month expiry date for these programs.
Judo became an Olympic sport in 1964 with a strict set of rules to ensure safety. Judo training can be applied for self-defense, competitive sport, fitness, recreation and fun. Throwing, grappling techniques utilizing hold downs, arm locks, chokes and striking techniques are all taught.
Judo utilizes all the muscles in the body and all the energy systems helping to develop strength, coordination, flexibility, speed, power and aerobic and anaerobic cardiovascular fitness. Judo instills discipline, concentration and self-confidence with respect for others and proper etiquette is emphasized.
“Ju” is a concept. The idea behind this meaning of Ju is “to be gentle”, “to give way”, “to yield”, “to blend”, “to move out of harm’s way”. “Jutsu” is the principle or “the action” part of Ju-Jutsu. In Japanese, this word means science or art. Atemi-waza (striking techniques), Kuzushi (breaking of balance), Nage-waza (throwing techniques), Kanzetsu-waza (joint locking techniques), Shime-waza (choking/strangling techniques), Katame-waza (grappling techniques), and Ne-waza (ground immobilization techniques) are taught in a relaxed and safe environment. Proper Ukemi (breakfalls) are taught for safety. Because of the inherent danger of the techniques used, Randori (free-practise or sparring) is minimal. Recommended for Men and Women over 30 years old.
Shotokan Karate is a dynamic martial art that will develop speed, anaerobic power and aerobic power through techniques and training. It is usually divided into three parts: kihon (basics), kata (forms or patterns of moves), and kumite (sparring). Techniques in Karate are characterised by deep, long stances that provide stability, enable powerful movements, and strengthen the legs. Initially strength and power are demonstrated instead of slower, more flowing motions. Those who progress to brown and black belt level develop a much more fluid style that incorporates grappling, throwing and some standing joint locking. Ju Jutsu like techniques and Kumite (fighting) techniques are practised in kihon and kata and developed from basic to advanced levels with an opponent.
There has been a resurgence in interest in Kosen Judo in recent years due to its similarities with Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Kosen Judo was a refinement of Kodokan Judo that was developed and flourished at the Koto senmon gakko technical colleges in Japan in the first half of the twentieth century.
Kosen Judo's competition rules allowed for greater emphasis of ne-waza (ground techniques) than in mainstream judo and it is regarded as a distinct style of judo. Kosen is an abbreviation of Koto senmon gakko, literally 'Higher Speciality School', Colleges of Technology in Japan that cater for students from age 15 to 20.
The Kosen schools started holding inter-collegiate judo competitions from 1914. Kosen judo rules for matches allow competitors to enter groundwork however they wish and to remain in it as long as they want. The rules allowed for a more tactical style of newaza to develop and the style is popular for young and old alike.
Khmer = Khorm or Khom – (noun) name uses for the Khmer ethnic or race.
Kun Khmer, widely known as Muay Thai Kickboxing is recognized for its kicking techniques, Kun Khmer utilizes the science of 8 limbs: Hands, elbows, knees and shins. Kun Khmer also implements a grappling component called “The Clinch”. In “The Clinch”, opponents battle for dominant position with short range strikes by way of elbows and knees to wear down or finish the opponent. Workouts include sports specific drills including calisthenics, bag work, pad work, intense conditioning and specific drills to sharpen the 8 weapons.
Programs are broken down for beginners, advanced, recreational, private and competitor classes.
Boxing class teaches more experienced students boxing skills and techniques with sparring sessions. Building from the foundation you've already established from prior training, this class will take you to the next level. Advanced students may participate after 6 months to one year of study in our Kun Khmer Kickboxing or Fitness programs.
In 1892 the Tsar government brought over a ju jutsu master named Hirose Takeo. Takeo, one of the best alumni of the Kodokan Judo school, taught officers of the Russian General Staff. The word “sambo” is derived from the word combination “unarmed self-defense ”(SAMozaschita Bez Oruzhiya” in Russian). Vasily Oshchepkov and V.A. Spiridonov are credited as founders of sambo, along with A. Kharlampiev who systematized the techniques and summarized the terminology. Professor Oshenchepkov, a second degree black belt of Judo under Jigoro Kano, also studied Karate in Japan for ten years before returning to Russia. Today, the best known Sambo competitor, Fedor Emelianenko, is widely known as the best mixed martial artist of all time.
Sambo practitioners are known for takedowns that combine wrestling and judo manoeuvres, ground control skills, and leg locks. Sambo is for all-round, harmonious personal development. Sambo can be a great life skills enhancer for all types of activity (educational, professional, everyday) as well as a vehicle to achieve improved mastery of a sport. Our dojo offers separate classes for teens and adult, sport sambo and combat sambo.
Wrestling class teaches the basic and advanced grappling movements of the first Olympic sport. This class includes takedowns and using the upper and lower body with exercises and drills designed to create the complete wrestler. Teens, men and women's classes are available for serious wrestlers or students with an existing rank in another art.
Level of Difficulty High
Ottawa Martial Arts & Fitness Classes
Tina Takahashi Martial Arts & Fitness aims to provide the highest quality instruction not only for athletes that have high aspirations but also for beginners that may not hold Olympic type dreams. All levels of experience are most welcome with appropriate programs custom made to suit any fitness or skill level.