Welcome to Mayfield's Marital Arts Academy.

2018 Judo Rules & Rule Change References

2014-2016 IJF Refereeing Rules

2017-2020 IJF Refereeing Rules Addendum

2017-2020 IJF Refereeing Rule Addendum October 2017

2017-2020 IJF Refereeing Rules Explanation by Neil Adams

The Rules of Judo (NEW 2017 rules) EXPLAINED!

MOJJJO/USJA: Military & Public Service Judo Roster Form

 

WANTED: MILITARY & PUBLIC SERVICE JUDOKA

Click on the link below to open the form.

MOJJJO/USJA: Military & Public Service Judo Roster Form

MILITARY & PUBLIC SERVICE PERSONNEL

Military and Public Service personnel have a unique opportunity to get involved and to excel in Judo at the beginning and advanced levels simply by submitting their information via this announcement!  United States Judo Association (USJA) and MOJJJO (United States Military Outreach Judo & Jiu-Jitsu Organization), Incorporated are especially interested in hearing from judoka who are currently “ACTIVELY COMPETING” who are interested in vying to possibly become a representative for the USA in International competitions.

MOJJJO ADAPTIVE JUDO STATEMENT FOR ARMED FORCES VETERANS

The United States Judo Association and MOJJJO, Incorporated are rated at the highest level by the Better Business Bureau (BBB).  MOJJJO, Incorporated is a sustaining Chamber of Commerce Member in Onslow County, North Carolina is completely transparent to and for all whom we are incorporated to “Serve & Assist”, and we are located only minutes from Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, NC, the largest Marine Corps Base on the East Coast: The United States Judo Association’s and MOJJJO (United States Military Outreach Judo & Jiu-Jitsu Organization), Incorporated’s, “ADAPTIVE JUDO PROGRAM” for Visually-Impaired Person’s (VIP’s) and Disabled Veterans, in conjunction with the leadership of USA Judo, are but a couple of our ongoing “Outreach Missions”!  MOJJJO and The Committee have therefore begun negotiations with the LION’S CLUB in the Region, and the Veterans Administration (VA) to discuss the aspects of “Joining Forces” so that collectively we may have them assist us with identifying participants for the accomplishment of our respective “Outreach Missions: ADAPTIVE JUDO” is a Veterans Administration funded and approved activity that is considered to have therapeutic and rehabilitative value for Visually Impaired Person’s (VIP’s) and Veterans receiving care for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS), also known as, (PTSD), or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

ADAPTIVE JUDO Classes conducted by or referred by MOJJJO, Incorporated are taught only by Certified Judo Instructors!

DONATIONS: United States Military Outreach Judo & Jiu- Jitsu Organization (MOJJJO), Incorporated and the United States Judo Association (USJA) are always grateful for financial support from those patriots and concerned individuals who also care about the welfare of our Military and Public Services personnel and their Families. All donated money to either organization are Tax-Deductible investments towards the development of our Sport (Judo) and are used to directly support our Active Duty Armed Forces, Law Enforcement Officers, First Responders, and their Family Members who actively participate in our “Outreach Missions”. Donations of any denomination will receive a donation receipt for tax purposes! If you do not wish to donate today, please do so later at our:

www.mayfieldsmartialartsacademy.com; www.mojjjovets.org; and/or www.usja.net websites.

For those in the MOJJJO geographical area, below is the MOJJJO CLASS SCHEDULE and location.  For additional information about class throughout the USA and abroad, please consult the www.usja.net website or contact me (Sergeants Major Mayfield, USMC, retired) by using the information found upon our websites:

JUDO/ADAPTIVE JUDO CLASS SCHEDULE

Tues. & Thur.:

Ages 6 - 12 from 4:00—5:00 pm; Ages 13+ from 6:30—8:30 pm

1368 Ste. #9 Piney Green Road

Jacksonville NC, 28546

or you may also call: 1-(910) 330-1352 for direct contact and information.

 

 

2018 Patriotic Tribute (30th June)

 

Get your Luminary, make your Donation, and plan to attend! Even if you can't make it personally, we can still accept your Luminary! If you do not know a Veteran personally, you are welcome and encouraged to make a Donation to Honor Veterans.