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August 29, 2017, 4:30 PM - December 14, 2017, 5:30 PM @ Kenilworth Village House
600 Ivy Court, Kenilworth, IL. 60045
Brazilain Jiu - Jitsu
What is jiu-jitsu? It is a martial art and combat sport that teaches a smaller person how to defend himself/herself against a larger adversary by using leverage and technique. The Gracie family, the founders, modified judo and traditional Japanese jujutsu to create the artform.
Instruction provided by Sensei Alex Pinto
A 17 year practitioner of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu with a wide range of experience, both in teaching and competing in various tournaments across the nation. He also teaches in other dojos.
September 7, 2017, All Day @ Kenilworth Village House – 600 Ivy Court, Kenilworth, IL. 60045
Students will learn the fundamentals of traditional Japanese Karate in a positive and focused environment. Each athlete will develop the basic skills of self-defense, situational awareness and multi-sport core skills. The Continuing/Intermediate Karate class will focus on developing more advanced Karate, Judo and Jiu-Jitsu skills in conjunction with an introduction to elite level Kumite (sparring) as based on the precepts of the U.S. Olympic Committee Training Center.
The Intermediate Karate Program (Samurai) will expand each student’s fundamentals of Traditional Japanese Karate as well as the basics of Japanese Judo (throwing and falling).Students will begin to learn the fundamentals of Kumite (sparring) and have an opportunity to participate in regional competitions.
September 7, 2017, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ Village House
600 Ivy Court
Kenilworth, IL 60043
MODERN SQUARES --
This is not what you think it is. Today's Square Dancing is teamwork. You’re working a real-time puzzle with seven other people. And when you nail the outcome, it’s really quite exhilarating. Square Dancing is not heehaw music, frilly clothes or cowboy shirts. It’s not even dancing. (There’s no artsy self-expression involved.) It’s just walking to music. It’s a little like football, except without the concussions. You’ve got formations. You’ve got a team around you. You’ve got plays sent in by the caller. The challenge is, can you run your route successfully? Now, granted, the team is coed. But that’s a feature. If you enjoyed geometry in high school, you’ll get a kick out of this stuff. The music you walk to is varied, ranging from the Beatles to modern hits. Today’s Square Dancing is great exercise for the body and brain. You’ll walk several miles a night, and your mind will be challenged.