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Differences between Judo and BJJ

Differences between Judo and BJJ


Bear in mind, this is a very short description and I am, at best, a semi-informed dillitante on the subject (i.e., don t take my word for it). Jiu-Jitsu, a Japanese art, started like most martial arts: as training for warfare. Since the practitioners expected their opponent to be armored, they focused on grappling instead of striking. It is difficult to hurt an armored man…


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Creator of Judo

Creator of Judo


A tribute to a friend, mentor, our founder, and the creator of Verbal Judo Dr. George J. Thompson was the President and Founder of the Verbal Judo Institute, a tactical training and management firm he based in Auburn, NY after two decades in New Mexico. Doc Thompson, aka “Doc Rhino, ” had an eclectic background, having taught English on the High School level (4 yrs.), English…


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Judo, Aikido

Judo, Aikido


Nearly all forms of aikido are predicated on avoiding any possibility of pressure-testing their skills against resisting opponents in free-sparring or competitive environments. Nearly all practitioners stick to demonstration and practice with cooperative partners. From this it naturally follows that few aikidoka will be caught on camera trying to apply their skills against…


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Judo Chinese

Judo Chinese


These past 3 weeks in Beijing have been incredible!! The Summer Palace, Forbidden City and Great Wall are images that I ll always remember. Just being a part of and observing a society so different than what I m used to has been an experience of it s own. The food here can be a little wild but nothing I can t get used to. Not being able to understand anyone can make doing the…


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Judo, Jiu-Jitsu

Judo, Jiu-Jitsu


The average person that does not practice any forms of martial arts may believe that Judo and Jui-Jitsu are the same thing. This is probably because they sound, and sometimes look, very similar. But, in fact, Judo and Jui-Jitsu are two different types of martial arts. Jui-Jitsu Jui-Jitsu was a fighting style that was developed by Samurai warriors. It is considered to be one…


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Where does Judo come from?

Where does Judo come from?


Descriptions A martial arts education of intelligent curriculum curated by Sensei Dan Rominski at his martial art school located in Rutherford NJ. Visit our website Self-Defense for children at (201) 933-3050 or email SenseiDan@TheDOJO.org Visit our website Children Learn Focus, Discipline, Self-Control, Concentration, Fitness, Confidence, Respect, Have Better Self-Esteem…


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Judo vs Jiu Jitsu

Judo vs Jiu Jitsu


Brazilian jiujitsu and judo seem similar because they are. The Gracie family invented Brazilian jiujitsu by modifying the judo they had previously learned. After several decades of developing in different directions, the two arts still have basic techniques in common. The differences primarily are in their fighting strategies. The basic strategy of judo is to get an effective…


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Judo and Jiu Jitsu

Judo and Jiu Jitsu


Jiu-jitsu and judo are two different sports. - Captain Obvious I m surprised I have to explain this to people but I often do. I cannot tell you the number of judo players I meet who are convinced that jiu-jitsu will help their matwork. If that is true (and it often is) it s because their matwork really sucks. The haters who only read the first paragraph are now writing long…


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Judo VS Aikido Self Defense

Judo VS Aikido Self Defense


Someone asked me a while back to post what I consider to be pros and cons of Aikido and judo – sort of what I like and dislike about and judo. . There’s a couple of disclaimers that apply. First, this is all just my view of it. Your mileage might vary. Secondly (the big secret) and judo are really just the same thing taught somewhat different ways. So, it’s kinda difficult…


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Judo Martial Arts

Judo Martial Arts


Derived from his study of jujutsu, Jigoro Kano created judo as a martial sport usable for self-defense. In 1882, Jigoro Kano founded the Kodokan Judo Institute as the governing body for judo. Judo became an Olympic sport at the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. When judo was advertised in the United States during the 1960s and 1970s through comic-book ads, it was emphasized as…


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Origins of Judo

Origins of Judo


The origin of Japan’s martial arts The takenouchi-ryu martial art system founded in 1532 is considered the beginning of Japan’s Jujitsu forms. Judo was derived from Jujitsu, the art for either attacking others or defending oneself with nothing but one’s own body. The Kodokan Judo In 1882, Dr. Jigoro Kano (The Father of Judo) made a comprehensive study of the ancient self-defence…


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Judo and Kickboxing

Judo and Kickboxing


Judokickbox ( JKB ), is a new martial art and a combat sport. It was founded in Miami, Florida by Cuban-American martial artist Carlos Finales, and Co founded by Eric “El Tigre” Castaños ex- multiple World Champion in Kickboxing and Muay Thai. Head instructor of Anta’s Fitness and Self Defense Julio Anta is the City of Doral’s Judokickbox representative. Judokickbox is by definition…


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