Freestyle Judo South African Organization Alliance

 

How To Join The FSAAFC Org.

Freestyle Judo is the freshest, boldest, and most popular innovation to the world of Judo in recent history and USA and now in South Africa. The participation levels are growing rapidly each day and events. Our web site receives a tremendous amount of visitors from all over the world each day, and our Facebook following is a social media hit.

The Freestyle Judo South Africa Alliance Fight Club Organization and Freestyle Judo Ritoru Tatsu Fight Club are now a member of the International Freestyle Judo Alliance (IFJA) is an alliance of international martial arts and sports organizations, yudanshakai, and independent clubs that are actively supporting and promoting Freestyle Judo around the world. The emphasis is on the word Alliance, and the key to joining the Alliance is open and active support.

The IFJA Freestyle Judo South Africa Alliance Fight Club Organization and Freestyle Judo Ritoru Tatsu Fight Club is a modern Judo organization with deep traditional roots and values. The IFJA embraces internet and social media technology, acknowledges the progressive evolution of martial arts, all the while promoting Freestyle Judo Rules which allow for the safe utilization of more traditional Kodokan Judo techniques than any other current judo rule set.

In the South Africa, Freestyle Judo is officially supported and sanctioned by the Freestyle Judo South Africa Alliance Fight Club Organization and Freestyle Judo Ritoru Tatsu Fight Club the original governing body for Judo in the USA. The Freestyle Judo South Africa Alliance Fight Club Organization and Freestyle Judo Ritoru Tatsu Fight Club provide official Freestyle Judo Coaching and Refereeing Certification programs with the assistance of Steve Scott and IFJA. However this does not preclude clubs and organizations outside the SA from holding Freestyle Judo events. The mission of the Freestyle Judo South Africa Alliance Fight Club Organization , Freestyle Judo Ritoru Tatsu Fight Club and IFJA is to assist with the development of Freestyle Judo around the world.

At this time, membership in the Freestyle Judo South Africa Alliance Fight Club Organization and Freestyle Judo Ritoru Tatsu Fight Club is relatively simple. We follow the principle of Jita Kyoei; Mutual Benefit and Welfare. The following steps should be taken to join the Freestyle Judo South Africa Alliance Fight Club Organization and Freestyle Judo Ritoru Tatsu Fight Club

  1. If your club, yudanshakai, or organization is in the South Africa and Africa Continent, then join Freestyle Judo South Africa Alliance Fight Club Organization and Freestyle Judo Ritoru Tatsu Fight Club. Within the SA, Freestyle Judo is officially governed and sanctioned at a national level by the Freestyle Judo South Africa Alliance Fight Club Organization and Freestyle Judo Ritoru Tatsu Fight Club. Other Judo / Jujitsu governing bodies within the SA, such as the JSA, Districts, or IJF Judo; Jiu-Jitsu, Wrestling, Kurash, etc., are welcome to join  Freestyle Judo South Africa Alliance Fight Club Organization and Freestyle Judo Ritoru Tatsu Fight Club Judo for their members in order to sanction and participate in Freestyle Judo events. Of course individuals are always welcome to join Freestyle Judo South Africa Alliance Fight Club Organization and Freestyle Judo Ritoru Tatsu Fight Club no matter what other Judo / Jujitsu affiliations you may have.
  2. Download and read the official Freestyle Judo Rules at https://freestylejudoalliance.org.za. Note, Freestyle Judo is not simply old judo rules with leg-grabs. Freestyle Judo uses numerical scoring, ne-waza transition scoring, and additional improvements for open-ended competition. This web site is designed to assist you with these differences. Organizations holding judo tournaments using “Classic Judo” rules with leg-grabs SHOULD NOT call their tournament Freestyle Judo.
  3. Download and read the official Freestyle Judo South Africa Alliance Fight Club Organization and Freestyle Judo Ritoru Tatsu Fight Club  Rank Syllabus and Standardsto learn our philosophy and view our Code of Conduct and Constitution.
  4. Subscribe to the official Freestyle Judo South Africa Alliance Fight Club Organization and Freestyle Judo Ritoru Tatsu Fight Club.Please take a look at Officiating Freestyle Judofor a detailed explanation of the IFJA rules and inspiration by Steve Scott.
  5. You and your Club or organization should actively support and participate in Freestyle Judo events. This includes participating in Freestyle Judo events sponsored by other clubs (when possible) and holding your own Freestyle Judo events and scrimmages. The easiest way to start this is by beginning to use the Freestyle Judo rule set during randori (Free practice).  You will quickly see the benefits.
  6. If your club has a Facebook page, your club page should “Like” the Freestyle Judo South Africa Alliance Fight Club Organization and Freestyle Judo Ritoru Tatsu Fight Club  Fan Page. In addition, your club should also send “Likes” to the other affiliated Freestyle Judo clubs and organizations linked to the Fan Page. You should also INVITE all of your friends to “Like” Freestyle Judo South Africa Alliance Fight Club Organization and Freestyle Judo Ritoru Tatsu Fight Club , IFJA on Facebook.  Communication is key to our mutual success.
  7. If your club has its own web site, then you should put a copy of the official  Freestyle Judo South Africa Alliance Fight Club Organization, Freestyle Judo Ritoru Tatsu Fight Club  and International Freestyle Judo and/or IFJAlogos on your web site which link back to https://freestylejudoalliance.org.za  and www.FreestyleJudo.org. This helps promote and boost Freestyle Judo in internet searches.
  8. Organizations which have demonstrated outstanding support for Freestyle Judoare chosen to represent the https://freestylejudoalliance.org.za  and International Freestyle Judo Alliance on www.FreestyleJudo.org/IFJA. This helps boost YOUR web site’s ranking in search engines.

For more information, contact the participating club leaders listed on https://freestylejudoalliance.org.za in your nearby area. If there is no representative in your area or country, please feel free to contact me below.

We hope to add YOUR organization next!