Judo, martial arts or wrestling in general are individual sports that take place in indoor enclosures and have padded floors.
The martial arts have their origin in eastern countries while the struggle, especially Greco-Roman as its name denotes, have their origin in Europe. All these types of fighting have been practiced for several centuries and some of their modalities are included in modern Olympic Games.
The less violent modalities, such as Judo, begin to be practiced from an early age as an extracurricular activity for children and continue until adulthood.
Many of the competitions of these disciplines in their amateur level are held in non-professional gymnasiums or schools that normally do not have space left over to store a rigid and heavy wooden or metal podium, which will probably be used only once or twice a year. It is in these cases that Inpodium lets see one of its great advantages, its small size when it is not necessary to use it. Inpodium can be stored anywhere, it is resistant to accidental shocks that can suffer while stored and does not spoil with the humidity that is often found in poorly ventilated stores.
When it comes to a professional competition of a certain level, the costs of transport and installation of this equipment is not usually a problem, but when we talk about an amateur competition, avoiding unnecessary expenses is essential. In these cases Inpodium, having a size and resistance as any other podium, is the ideal podium for this type of ceremony,
In addition, as Inpodium is modular, it allows fitting 2 units to form a double size winners podium, or three units for a triple size winners podium, etc.
The exclusive Inpodium personalization system allows to make unique and exclusive designs, with the inclusion of colour photographs, logos and slogans, getting the sponsors of the event to see their brand on the front line of all the winners on the podium photos.