BOXING & BUDO
BOXING & BUDO
Next to the BodyFit-activities are also several boxing and budo sports in our sports program. Traditional Japanese defense sports, but also traditional military and martial arts.
Check out this video to get an image of the budo classes we offer
Aikido is the youngest Japanese traditional martial art, developed by O Sensei Morihei Ueshiba (1883-1969). Morihei Ueshiba lived in a time when Japan underwent major changes. Ueshiba wanted to develop a martial art that respected the traditional and the spiritual value of budo in modern society. Aikido means roughly translated “the way to be in harmony with Ki”. It includes, among other things, nature and fellow human beings. From this spiritual perspective, Aikido is practiced as a martial art on Erasmus. Aikido is for everyone who wants to improve their stamina, coordination and motorics. Also, your concentration and perception develops, whereby a better timing and increased responsiveness is achieved. At a later stage, your mental constitution will improve and more attention is given to the development of the inner strength.
Naginata is the martial art of the Japanese mowing sword. Naginata has its origins with the Samurai, but nowadays has been transformed into a competitive sport. By training Naginata you will be challenged to learn technically complex movements. With the Japanese sword in your hand, you will push yourself to your physical and mental limits. Further, you will work to improve your endurance, discipline, focus and mindfulness.
Jiu Jitsu Do
Jiu Jitsu Do is a very technical martial art. Learn to react on an adequate way, on every form of threat. The techniques from Jiu Jitsu Do are subdivided in three main groups: pitch (nage waza), grip (katame waza) or impact techniques (atemi waza)
Kickboxing uses various boxing and kicking techniques. These techniques are complemented by specific condition training, in order to achieve optimal in shape. Self-confidence, discipline and fitness, but also fun are central within this excellent workout. In addition, kickboxing is an excellent workout to lose your stress.
Pencak silat is a collective name of the traditional Indonesian martial arts. There are also developed different styles, which often imitate local animals. By pencak silat there often play spiritual elements, which combine physical and mental development. The modern style and western interpretation focus more on the physical elements.
In this class condition, strength, endurance, coordination and speed are measured. Train to strengthen yourself, to get more confidence, to become competition ready or just as a recreative work-out, with a professional teacher.
Tai Chi comes from China. The special thing about the Tai Chi martial arts is listening to the opponent and make use of the resilience of relaxed muscles: internal energy. Important are relaxation, good posture and understanding of energy patterns. Practicing Tai Chi has beneficial effects on health, well-being and your personal performance. It brings you closer to yourself and more balanced.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is a self-defense sports with emphasis on ground fighting. By the opponent to work the other to the land, a small person with technique can win of a bigger and stronger person. To win in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu they make use controls, arm lockers, leg locks and chokes. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu can be practiced as a form of self-defense at Erasmus Sport, in addition to MMA, judo or traditional jiu jitsu do, but also as a competitive sport.
Urban Self Defense
During the Urban Self Defense class, you work with sports, condition and martial arts. The classes consist “pad drills” and techniques which can be used against one or more opponents. We are always looking for new students to join our class!
Judo is for everybody. Recreational and competitive are both possible at Erasmus Sport. An intensive training, with general warming up and becoming increasingly specific. Throwing and not be thrown.
Techniques from Brazilian Jiu Jitsu are mixed with wrestling and leg attacks to create a complete grappling style. The goal is to control your opponent and finish the fight with a lock or choke. The sport is trained without a traditional gi (kimono). Grappling can be used as a form of self-defense, a way to get in shape, a supplement to your jiu jitsu or judo training but it also forms the perfect base for MMA. All you need is a pair of shorts without pockets and a tight fitting t-shirt.
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