Hi My name is Jorge, my friends call me Harry I have been teaching Privately now for about 10yrs ,I always had my teaching area right outside my home (Dojo) in the Martial Arts world. What i teach compared to Music, Voice, etc which i also love,is a little different. If you at one time ,thought what you may do ,if involved in a confrontation be it verbally or Physical.
,i know i can help you out with that. My approach is very simple and practical. If u want and need Competitive, and advance knowledge I assure we can work and achieve that also. Looking forward to working with my next student !! and reaching your Goal. (NO UNIFORM REQUIRED)
Tactical applications/ Able to learn and apply techniques in a Physical confrontation.
JuJutsu -Rokudan . Judo /Sandan U.S.J.A.-United Jujutsu Federation Governing body for national office:3816 Bellingham Drive Reno, NV 89511
Since its founding in 1984 with a special grant from the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC), the United States Amateur Boxing Foundation has been a major contributing force in amateur boxing; providing almost $1.7 million dollars in direct support to numerous programs for young men and women boxers throughout the United States. The United States Amateur Boxing Foundation is the only organization that exists solely to raise funds to support and advance the sport. We provide funding directly to the athletes, as well as to the organizations that support them at all levels – local, state and national programs.
The governance of U.S. Judo started in 1952, through the efforts of Dr. Henry A. Stone, Major Donn Draeger (USMC), and others. At that time there was no national authority to give guidance to local judo communities and insure the logical and orderly development of judo as a sport. The Amateur Judo Association (AJA) was a first attempt at establishing a national governing structure in conjunction with the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU). Dr. Stone served as the first president. Authority to grant the most coveted Kodokan Judo ranks was assumed by the national organization. High ranking individuals were no longer permitted to grant promotions independently. The growth of local judo organizations was further encouraged, promotion privileges were granted to yudanshakais (regional black belt associations), and a national communications network was opened.