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Jiu Jitsu fighting techniques

Jiu Jitsu fighting techniques


There are too many variables to give a formulaic answer. Especially if there is a possibility that the question comes from someone wanting to extract and incorporate supposedly key jiu jitsu techniques into his or her own patchwork system. Jiu jitsu has tons of techniques, but the invisible technique is to TRAIN A LOT and especially if you want to emphasize self-defense…


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Japanese Jiu Jitsu in MMA

Japanese Jiu Jitsu in MMA


First Day of BJJ (from the Japanese Jiu Jitsu Perspective) by Bill Jones (BJJ Black Belt under Pedro Sauer) I will never forget my first day of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu training. It truly changed my life, and the direction my martial arts training would head forever. Before I get to that point, let me give you a little background on me. In 1985, I started training Tae Kwon Do after…


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Different types of Jiu Jitsu

Different types of Jiu Jitsu


By Joe Garcia Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is one of the most rapidly growing martial arts in the world. Partly due to being popularized by the Gracie family and the UFC, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu consists primarily of ground fighting techniques, borrowed and adapted from Judo, Japanese JuJitsu, Wrestling and Sambo. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu or “BJJ” is also known as one of the hardest martial…


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Japanese Jiu Jitsu History

Japanese Jiu Jitsu History


This eventually led to a significant amount of grappling, throwing, restraining, and weaponry skills being taught to Samurai, the most effective of which depended on the particular situation. The term jujutsu began to take hold in the 17th century. At the time, it really described all of the grappling related disciplines in Japan being used and taught by the samurai. Jujutsu…


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History of Jiu Jitsu

History of Jiu Jitsu


In order to fully understand Jiu-Jitsu, it is important to know where it came from. Japanese Jiu-Jitsu Although its origins can arguably be traced to Buddhist monks of India, Jiu-Jitsu (sometimes referred to as ‘Ju-Jitsu’) in its modern form comes from Japan. Jiu-Jitsu was the battlefield art of the Samurai of Japan. These samurai warriors were well-armoured and usually on…


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Samurai Jiu Jitsu

Samurai Jiu Jitsu


2125 S Winchester Blvd Ste 130 Campbell, CA 95008 (831) 709-5698 My kids are taking Jiujitsu. This place is amazing! Rich is just so patient and positive with the kids, a fantastic role model that teaches them all respect. His facility is gorgeous, and he really does care about his students. I would give him 6 stars if I could. My 8 year old son started taking classes at Samurai…


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Definition of Jiu Jitsu

Definition of Jiu Jitsu


What differentiates Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu from most martial arts is the employment of positional strategy. In jiu-jitsu, the position you are in relative to your opponent is paramount. A kick-boxer or a karateka is concerned with knocking out their opponent, but besides distance and angles, they do not give much thought to the position of their body in relation to their opponent’s…


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Japanese Jiu Jitsu VS Judo

Japanese Jiu Jitsu VS Judo


I might get some heat for this answer but it is just my opinion and also, know that I train in, and respect both arts. The short answer, of the two, would be Brazilian JiuJitsu (I will use the Brazilian spelling). The long answer: Brazillian JiuJitsu is basically derived from Judo. The key here is that it was derived from pre-WWII Judo. Pre-WWII, Judo was a brutal and highly…


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Jiu Jitsu Japanese

Jiu Jitsu Japanese


Yuki Nakai is a legendary martial arts fighter and Brazilian jiu jitsu black belt, who became well known by mixed martial arts (MMA) fans after his famous contest against Gerard Gordeau in 1995, where he was illegally eye-gouged and partially lost his eyesight, winning the fight highly debilitated and reaching the final against Rickson Gracie. Nakai has also been one of the…


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Jiu Jitsu What is it

Jiu Jitsu What is it


I first read Moby Dick at a young age, too many years ago to admit. I first realized that the book is actually about jiu-jitsu just this week. Herman Melville’s opus chronicles a titanic struggle between an otherworldly whale and his human arch-nemesis. Although ultimately the whale teaches Ahab to laugh and love again through the healing power of sea chanties — sorry for the…


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Japanese Jiu Jitsu YouTube

Japanese Jiu Jitsu YouTube


Japanese shoot-fighter Kazushi Sakuraba is as important to mixed martial arts as David Bowie is to music. He played a seminal role in the development of MMA, fighting in all the major events of his time: PRIDE, UFC, K-1, and Dream. Coming from a pro wrestling background, his style and humor brought thousands of fans to the sport. He took on all comers, and earned the nickname…


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Jiu Jitsu Tattoos

Jiu Jitsu Tattoos


As BJJ Heroes is a huge fan of tattooing, the decision was made to write an article about this part of jiu jitsu’s lifestyle. Tattoos are a common place in jiu jitsu academies all over the world, from Rio de Janeiro to San José – Califoria, through London and even Tokyo, and there are more common places within this BJJ-Tattoo cultural bond than some might expect. In the early…


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Difference between BJJ and Jiu Jitsu

Difference between BJJ and Jiu Jitsu


At Jiu Jitsu Times we welcome any opportunity to answer questions of the jiu jitsu community from our experience and understanding. We recently received this question: I will do my best to answer this question based on my personal experience, hopefully helping to shed some light on the topic. I am fortunate enough to train at Strong Style Mixed Martial Arts and Training Center…


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Karate and Jiu Jitsu

Karate and Jiu Jitsu


Our Juniors martial arts program helps children to understand self-defense, focus and discipline in a safe, fun, active and cooperative environment. We understand that the early years of personal development create the foundation for a lifetime, which is why our classroom is built around both the physical and life skills children need to grow up into responsible, attentive…


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Traditional Jiu Jitsu Belts

Traditional Jiu Jitsu Belts


Jujitsu, like many other martial arts, uses a ranking system based on different colored belts. Each belt has a unique color and is used to represent the skill level of the student. Lower-level belts can typically be earned in a few months, whereas higher-level belts can take many years. The belt levels and colors in traditional jujitsu are similar to most other traditional…


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Traditional Japanese Jiu-Jitsu

Traditional Japanese Jiu-Jitsu


In the early 1900 s, a Japanese jiu-jitsu instructor by the name of Esai Maeda went to the state of Para in Northern Brazil. There he befriended Gastao Gracie, a influential businessman, who helped the Japanese get established. To show his gratitude, Maeda, also known as Count Koma,offered to teach the traditional Japanese jiu-jitsu to Gastao s oldest son, Carlos. The youngest…


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Jiu Jitsu or Judo

Jiu Jitsu or Judo


Depends on what you re looking for. Out of all the martial arts, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) is the one with the strongest lifestyle aspect. From language, how they dress, sponsorships, designer kimonos, and the most frat or clique like. BJJ is partially a lifestyle, which many people like, and for other martial artists, it s why BJJ rubs them wrong way. It s similar to surfing…


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Jiu Jitsu Facts

Jiu Jitsu Facts


George Gracie was an illustrious member of the Gracie family, and the first champion developed by the Gracie Jiu Jitsu system back in the 1920‘s and 1930‘s. George Gracie was taught Jiu Jitsu techniques by his older brother Carlos Gracie and carried the Gracie flag all over Brazil fighting in different styles such as Jiu Jitsu, Luta Livre, Wrestling and Vale Tudo (No-Holds-Barred)…


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Origins of Jiu-Jitsu

Origins of Jiu-Jitsu


The spread of jiu-jitsu would come about 250 A. C., when the King of India was Devanamapriya Priyadarsim (King Asoka), two centuries after Buddha. Embracing Buddhism, Asoka developed it and created thousands of monasteries inside and outside of India. Buddhism and jiu-jitsu reached Southeast Asia, China, and finally Japan where it got a great development. In its migration from…


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Jiu Jitsu Encyclopedia

Jiu Jitsu Encyclopedia


Double gold world champion Bernardo Faria smashed his way through the competition at the 2015 BJJ World Championships in both his weight class and the open weight division. So far in 2015, Bernardo has had 15 fights and 15 wins. He s passed every Guard he s faced - and he s gone up against the best guys in the world, including some of the legends of the sport. He has found…


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