Jiu Jitsu

Jiu-Jitsu

Jiu-Jitsu


Dear friends, It is our great pleasure to announce the first Ribeiro Jiu-Jitsu Instructor’s Course of 2016 in the United States of America! Once more, both Ribeiro brothers will be covering their Jiu-Jitsu curriculum. From the many techniques they have used effectively in competition, to the mindsets…
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Jiu Jitsu founder

Jiu Jitsu founder


Carlos Gracie Jr. was born in January 17, 1956 and grew up heavily influenced by his family of fighters. In close synch with the life philosophy and teachings of his father Carlos Gracie Sr., Carlinhos – as he’s known to friends and family – grew up observing and learning from some of the most influential figures his family has ever produced: Carlos, Helio and Rolls. The most…


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Jiu-Jitsu History

Jiu-Jitsu History


Some historians of Jiu-Jitsu say that the origins of “the gentle art” can be traced back to India, where it was practiced by Buddhist Monks. Concerned with self-defense, these monks created techniques based upon principles of balance and leverage, and a system of manipulating the body in a manner where one could avoid relying upon strength or weapons. With the expansion of…


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Jiu Jitsu (BJJ)

Jiu Jitsu (BJJ)


Jiu-Jitsu constitutes the natural defense the weak person disposes of against the strong person. It is a sort of leveling process through which brute force, confronted and dominated by the wise application of rational mechanics, is led to admitting that the human being, usually taken as a body endowed with a soul, should actually be deemed a soul that happens to reside in a…


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Jiu Jitsu, Weapons

Jiu Jitsu, Weapons


Contrary to popular belief, many hand-to-hand fights as well as fights involving weapons, end up with opponents on the ground. Unfortunately, ignoring this simple fact may create a difficult situation with disastrous consequences. Immediate Action Jiu Jitsu (IAJJ) combines a real-world application of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu with a weapon-based environment designed to provide a…


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When did Jiu Jitsu start

When did Jiu Jitsu start


When I was first starting out in Brazilian jiu jitsu, I experienced an internal struggle every day I went to train. On one hand, I was stupid crazy about training. I loved what I was learning and simply disappearing into the focus, the experience, and the challenges. But on the other hand, the anticipation of going into class, feeling intimidated and small because I was new…


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Old Jiu Jitsu

Old Jiu Jitsu


My name is Ormond Morford and my friends thought I was crazy to try jiu-jitsu at my age… Too old, too fat and too inflexible. This is a young man’s game and walking through the dojo door that first day, I thought maybe I was a little nuts too. I had decided to take jiu-jitsu when I retired three years ago at sixty years old. I needed something to keep me motivated to get regular…


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Jiu Jitsu fighting style

Jiu Jitsu fighting style


Bravo, left Timothy Norris/OC Weekly shirtless Eddie Bravo stood on one end of the jiu jitsu mat inside the Ginásio do Ibirapuera sports arena in São Paulo, Brazil, stared straight ahead, then walked toward his destiny. It was May 17, 2003, the quarterfinal match in the 66-kilogram division of the Abu Dhabi Combat Club (ADCC) Submission Wrestling World Championship, one of…


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Jiu Jitsu translation

Jiu Jitsu translation


The use of “OSU!” or “OSS!” in Brazilian jiu-jitsu (BJJ) and other forms of martial art stems from traditional Japanese Okinawan karate . When looking at The meaning of “OSS” or “OSU”, it’s important to understand that the term has several uses ranging from a greeting to answering a question and acknowledging an opponent’s skill among other things. In fact, the term is quite…


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Jiu Jitsu in Japanese

Jiu Jitsu in Japanese


Many types of martial arts have developed around the world. Some have been around for thousands of years, while others evolved from older arts. Traditional Japanese jujitsu and Brazilian jiu-jitsu are examples of this evolution. Traditional, or Japanese jujitsu, is hundreds of years old, while Brazilian jiu-jitsu, or BJJ, is a relatively new martial art and combat sport descended…


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Japanese Jiu Jitsu books

Japanese Jiu Jitsu books


If you have an interest in the martial art of Japanese Jiu-Jitsu, Darrel Craig s book with the straight-forward title Japanese Jiu-Jitsu , provides an excellent synopsis. The book offers an historical overview of Japanese Jiu-Jitsu, as well as significant details on the principals and techniques of this interesting martial art. — Full Potential Martial Arts school Yet another…


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Jiu Jitsu fighting stance

Jiu Jitsu fighting stance


On this slow Sunday afternoon, I find myself reflecting on the time I spent with Bill “Superfoot” Wallace yesterday. Over the years, I’ve been blessed to be able to train with some legends of the martial arts — from kickboxer Bill Wallace to full-contact karate fighter Joe Lewis to Brazilian jiu-jitsu master Renzo Gracie — but I must say that the Superfoot seminar I just hosted…


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Aikido VS Jiu Jitsu

Aikido VS Jiu Jitsu


Well, first off, if someone is seeking out a martial art on the sole purpose of self defense, my first piece of advice would be to make a change in life style. As far as which martial art would be best suited for self defense? It is really hard to say as each of the arts you listed contain their own curriculum of attacks, defenses, throws, pins, joint locks, etc. Usually when…


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Jiu Jitsu or Aikido

Jiu Jitsu or Aikido


Jujitsu vs Aikido Two of the most popular martial arts originating in Japan are Aikido and Jujitsu. Both are close combat methods focused on the grappling category. They mainly employ throwing and striking techniques. Aikido and Jujitsu share the same roots in terms of philosophy. In fact, the latter would be an ancestor of the former. Their core essence is the ability to move…


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Jiu Jitsu kicks

Jiu Jitsu kicks


The grappling kids of today are the world champions of tomorrow. The talent of teenagers (and younger) nowadays is enough to make grown men cry - either out of fear, or frustration in not being able to pass their guards, or getting triangled for the fiftieth time in a row. None of the kids on this list are over 14 years old but they still scare the crap out of us, and you should…


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Jiu Jitsu forms

Jiu Jitsu forms


Jiu-Jitsu is a comprehensive self-defense system built on leverage, distance and technique. Brooklyn Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu’s mission is to share these teachings with our students in Brooklyn, regardless of their age, natural ability or stage of life. Jiu-Jitsu is widely considered the most effective form of self-defense in the world, and has enjoyed an unprecedented popularity…


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Jiu Jitsu characters

Jiu Jitsu characters


Capcom s upcoming video game, Street Fighter V, will be released in March and feature four new characters to the world-renowned series. Yesterday at Brazil Game Show, the company officially announced that Laura Matsuda will make her debut, and like all Street Fighter characters, will represent a particular nation and style of combat. The brother of BJJ ace Sean Matsuda, Laura…


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Korean Jiu Jitsu

Korean Jiu Jitsu


Head Instructor – Jinho Park 4F, 960, Ori-ro, Gwangmyeong-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea 14221 South Korea Jinho Park was born in Ha-dong, a very small rural town in Korea in 1972. From an early age he showed his interest in Martial arts, so started to learn Hapkido in 1983, which changed his whole life entirely and made him live a martial artist’s life. In 1990 he became a Hapkido…


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Japanese Jiu Jitsu belt system

Japanese Jiu Jitsu belt system


The system of progressing through the various Jujitsu belts is also used in a number of other martial arts. These belts provide milestones that students can use to quantify their progress as they work towards mastering the art. Students that spend more time training and honing their skills will be rewarded with a faster progression through the Jujitsu belts. Although the Jujitsu…


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Brazilian VS Japanese Jiu Jitsu

Brazilian VS Japanese Jiu Jitsu


For the wildly devoted Jiu-Jitsu practitioner, the Brazilian martial art represents much more than simply a discipline of self-defense. It s a path to self-realization. Jiu-Jitsu vs. the World, an ambitious new documentary directed with passionate care by Dan Lewis, mines the sport for its deeper meaning by traveling from coast to coast and exploring the lives of those who…


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