Sportvereniging Snel & Lenig Wassenaar is een sportvereniging die sinds 1946 sportlessen verzorgt. Met een aantal van 400-leden, behoort deze vereniging tot één van de grotere verenigingen van Wassenaar.
Snel&Lenig biedt veel verschillende sporten zoals: Judo, Streetdance, Klassiek Ballet, Turnen, en Kleutersport. Klik hier voor ons lesrooster.
Wilt u 1 van onze sporten proberen, geef u dan op voor een proefles via het formulier te vinden op de pagina "proefles / try-outs".
Would you like to try-out one of our sports, please registrate for a try-out class by filling in our form on the page "proefles / try-outs".
Na de voorjaarsvakantie zal de turnafdeling weer met buitenlessen beginnen. Zij hopen zo sportlessen aan te kunnen bieden voor de leden omdat het in deze tijd belangrijk is om met zn alle in beweging te blijven. De lessen zullen beginnen vanaf woensdag 3 maart 2021 . Mocht u vragen hebben hierover mail dan gerust naar email@example.com
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Maandag 31 mei 2021 om 20:00 de jaarlijkse ALV dit jaar VIRTUEEL.
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Judo (the gentle way) for a lifetime
Judo (meaning "gentle way") was created as a physical, mental and moral pedagogy in Japan, in 1882, by Jigoro Kano. Central to Kano's vision for judo were the principles of seiryoku zen'yō (maximum efficiency, minimum effort) and jita kyōei (mutual welfare and benefit). He illustrated the application of seiryoku zen'yō with the concept of jū yoku gō o seisu (softness controls hardness):
In short, resisting a more powerful opponent will result in your defeat, whilst adjusting to and evading your opponent's attack will cause him to lose his balance, his power will be reduced, and you will defeat him. This can apply whatever the relative values of power, thus making it possible for weaker opponents to beat significantly stronger ones. This is the theory of ju yoku go o seisu.
There are three basic categories of waza (techniques) in judo: nage-waza (throwing techniques), katame-waza (grappling techniques) and atemi-waza striking techniques). Judo is most known for nage-waza and katame-waza. Judo practitioners typically devote a portion of each practice session to ukemi (break-falls), in order that nage-waza can be practiced without significant risk of injury. When young learned it helps you in normal life too, especially when you are getting older. This is proven.
For a lifetime
More and more we are sitting, the new illness. Children are not playing on the streets anymore. With sport, any sport, children are challenged to grow, to get more self-confidence and independency. However, many doctors are promoting judo. Why? It is fun, it is very helpful for the locomotion and it has some basic principles of life. Who doesn’t want to romp with their older brother, parents or even grandparents. You are training many muscle groups. Besides these locomotion Judo has many basic principles of life, e.g.: safety, respect, discipline, trust, cooperation, responsibility and emotion. When you are throwing someone he has to trust you. You are responsible for his safety. You do it together.
Like other sports Judo there are some rules, the do’s and don’ts, to ensure the fun and safety.
Judo is for everybody and given on Wednesday afternoon and Saturday morning in the small gym at the Fabritiuslaan 2. Lessons are given partly in English already. Interested? The first two lessons are for free. Look for the timetable at our website: www.snelenlenig.nl for more information firstname.lastname@example.org
Judo is like biking and swimming, once learned you won’t forget