Pro Judo is a Judo Scotland affiliated club and was founded in 2000 we are one of the Scotland's largest and most successful clubs.
No matter what age you are there is a place for you within our club. Whatever your aspirations are we will help you on your journey and give you the tools help you need to fulfil your goals...Read more
It sometimes happens in training that you may get injured but no less and no more than any other sport. Work with your partner and use the break fall techniques you are taught and you will reduce injuries.
The Scottish Judo Championship is a very special event in the Judo calendar. This year, Pro Judo had an amazing 41 entrants across all age groups. The club is going from strength to strength and the players managed to win
Yoko Tanabe’s recent visit to our judo club was a momentous occasion. As our Vice President, Yoko’s presence was a great honour, and we were delighted to have her with us. The purpose of her visit was to run a
Join Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Bronze Medalist Rachel Tytler and Auckland 1990 Silver Medalist Claire Shiach for a month of free female-only training for the month of November! The once-a-week class will focus on a mixture of judo fitness and stretching
The annual Western Area camp in Devon has become a regular event for ProJudo team members. This summer – as in previous years – Simon Ward at Kingsley School put on a wonderful training camp. The players enjoyed early morning
The East Dunbartonshire duo – Rachel Tytler and David Ferguson are thrilled to be named in the 11-strong judo squad for this year’s commonwealth games – to be held in Birmingham this summer. Judo was a huge hit at the