In May of 2011 one of Judah’s Level 9 boys qualified to JO National Championships
Judah hopes to make a lasting impression on the lives of his athletes by investing deeply in them, just as others have taken time and effort to invest in him. When asked what he wants the kids he works with today to take with them into adulthood, Judah replied,
“For the young women that I coach, I want them to know that I really care about them and will be there for them. I also try to show respect for each of the girls so that they have a standard for whom they should date and someday marry. That may sound odd, but I think it’s important for girls to know that they should be respected and loved, and that they should have a high standard for the men they let into their lives.”
“For the young men I coach, my biggest goal is to show them what it means to be a man. When I say a man, I mean someone who is God-fearing, respectful to all, confident, a good leader, driven, humble, and loving. I try to teach them how to set big goals, and then how to get there one step at a time. I want them to believe in themselves and to know that I will always be there for them, even when they move onto other things in life.”
Mr. Judah is a safety-certified Professional Member of USA Gymnastics.