The Purdue University Aikido Club is a Purdue Recreational Sports Club dedicated to training in Aikido, a non-competitive Japanese martial art with an emphasis on self-defense techniques that utilize the energy of the attacker. The Purdue Aikido club
A club that organizes and regulates Belegarth sport games on campus. Belegarth is a medieval combat sport game in which padded weapons are used to fight other players in a full contact, full action style. Meetings Saturdays, Cary Quad, 2:00.
Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu focuses on overcoming the opponent without relying on force. Throughout our training, we learn to perform and use a combination of punches, kicks, grabs, and tools. Feel free to come by and train with us.
Judo is a martial art created in Japan in 1882 by Jigoro Kano as a combination of techniques from many other arts. It is mainly focused on self balance and control of the opponent. Purdue Judo club welcomes any skill level, from beginner to competitors.
The Purdue Karate Club is dedicated to the practice of Okinawan Goju Ryu. Classes consist of roughly equal parts exercise, technique practice, kata (formal sets of movements), and sparring. Classes M/W 5:30-7pm - Room MP2, Sat. 5-6:30pm - Room MP6
The purpose of this organization is to provide training and instruction in the art of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Location: Corec Multipurpose Room 3 Schedule: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 530-7 PM
This club serves as a venue for those interested in studying and mastering the art of Japanese Swordsmanship. For more information, please visit www.purdue.edu/kendo or https://www.facebook.com/groups/purduekendoclub/
The purdue Krav Maga club is for any students or other members of the community to come learn and practice Krav Maga.
Purdue Muay Thai is a student-run organization geared towards teaching students the sport of Muay Thai. This ancient Thai martial art is a great way to gain confidence and get in amazing shape while having fun...
The Purdue University Archery Club is open to all students and faculty, whether you have been shooting at a professional level or just starting out. Practices are usually once or twice a week.