In Petit-Couronne, the judo club continues contactless training

Small-Crown. The judo club offers a new activity from the start, with training that keeps the opponent at bay.

In order to adapt to the constraints of the health crisis, the very active local judo club will be offering a new “contactless” activity for 11-16 year olds from January. It is open to everyone, it is not necessary to have basic judo.

“It is about preparation and physical maintenance, including jogging, muscle strengthening, coordination exercises and we can also integrate judo postures, but always without contact between the participants, in accordance with the health protocol that we is imposed “, explains Dominique Corniou, AAC Judo teacher. “This new activity also improves your breathing capacities, and makes you feel just as good in your head as in your body! “

“No predisposition required”

The club experimented with this new practice in December with young judokas and following the positive feedback from families, the team wanted to offer it to as many people as possible. “Brothers and sisters or friends who have never done judo can register, there is really no predisposition required”, insists Dominique Corniou.

This contactless physical activity will resume (subject to new sanitary constraints) from Wednesday January 6 from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Fabien Canu dojo or outdoors. “To make this course as accessible as possible, its maximum price is € 10 per month, or € 60 until June, with the possibility of redeeming sports coupons, free time vouchers”, the ’76 pass, the Atout Normandie card and other aid that families can benefit from.

« Qow for adults who wish to continue to practice a muscle building activity, we direct them to the taïso, which we have resumed outdoor lessons ”, adds Dominique Corniou.

“We are trying to find all the possible alternatives to keep the link with our members, with these new activities, but also in video, with exchanges by email … Before the holidays I also prepared and gave the children a booklet. games with exercises in the style of vacation passports. We offered families a pro-rata refund for sessions that could not take place, but we received enormous support which touched us a lot, no one asked for it ”, rejoices the judo teacher, who obviously hopes to be able to resume the normal course of her activities as quickly as possible.

For more information on AAC Judo, contact Dominique Corniou by phone at 06 07 71 94 58 or by email at [email protected].



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