In UFC Undisputed 2009 is Judo or BJJ better for defence?
Judo is great in the clinch but worthless on the ground, BJJ is great on the ground, but worthless in the clinch. Neither style is better than the other on defense, it depends on how you fight. Judo is good to keep you off the ground, or at least off of your back. BJJ is good because if you get put on your back you can submit or reverse with ease.
Judo is a martial art - a method of self-defence.
In one on one unarmed situations JUDO In multiple opponents or if your attacker has a weapon, KARATE But, just for your information, there is no better martial art than others, it really depends on the skill.
KARATE, cause it is more easily to kick someone, than throwing him on the ground.
Better?...Better for what? It depends on what you are asking. Karata is better than judo for punching and kicking, judo is better than karate for grappling.
It was derived from Jui Jistu and evolved from a self defence, into a sport.
Karate judo aekido and so on martial arts
Maurice George Harvey has written: 'Self-defence by judo'
Pat Butler has written: 'Self-defence for Women' 'Advanced judo and self-defence' -- subject(s): Jiu-jitsu 'Your book of self-defence' -- subject(s): Self-defense
It depends entirely on the individual and what they are looking for. Basketball is a team sport and builds teamwork skills. Judo, while it is learned with partners and instructors is an individual endeavor. 99% of the people in America will tell you basketball is better. Judo is better.
None, judo and karate are two different things, each one has its advantages anddisadvantages. In judo you have to throw people to the ground. In Karate you can punch and kick.
E. G. Bartlett has written: 'The complete body builder' 'Mysterious stranger' 'Strangers in Eden' 'Strangers in Eden' 'Self defence in the home' -- subject(s): Self-defense 'Basic judo' -- subject(s): Judo
Judo is primarily throws and takedowns and little groundwork but jiu jitsu is 90 percent ground work and most academies teach little standup
In judo you wear a judo Gi. A judo Gi consists of a jacket and pants. The two most common colors are blue and white. With the judo Gi you must also wear a judo belt. The belt shows your rank in judo.
People don't "play" judo, people "do" judo
Judo is japanese, so it remains judo in all languages.
Judo is japanese, so it remains judo in all languages.
Judo is the only word that ends with the letters judo.
The samurai used more than one martial art for unarmed combat. Three of the primary ones were Jui Jitsu, Akaido, and Judo.
all styles differ from one another and no style is better it all depeds on your personal skill level
The word judo is a noun. Judo is a Japanese martial art.
yes judo is a good sport i do judo and it keeps you/me fit!
Paralympic Judo participants are visually handicapped.
Judo originated from Japan
Judo is taught in Dojos
No, judo is not from China. Judo was created in Japan. It was developed based on Jujitsu.
You have to have judo mats, they are tatami mats. Everyone who is participating has to wear a judo suit called a GI, or if your a beginner, just borrow a judo jacket.
Judo is not a game. Judo is a martial art and an Olympic discipline. So, it is more appropriate to say that Judo is practiced instead of played. Judo is practiced in a dojo. A dojo is the place where Japanese martial arts are practiced.
Zen Judo is a style of the martial art of Judo based on the book "Zen Judo: A Way of Life" by Brian N. Bagot, 1989. Zen Judo differs from other Judo schools in its emphasis on promotion by perfection of the throwing techniques versus winning in tournament competitions.
Judo originates from Japan.
Judo is the name that Jigoro Kano gave the sport. Judo means gentle way.
None, each one has its pro's and cons. There is none the best. All of them are good.
no there are no weapons in judo, judo is mainly focus on grappling like amateur wrestling
Judo Takewondo Shotokan Judo Takewondo Shotokan Judo Takewondo Shotokan
it's judo or taekwondo because it depends on how good the judo or taekwondo person i.
Any of the three can be effective for self defense. Hapkido and Jujitsu are similar in some respects, and of course Judo was derived from Jujitsu. As a second degree black belt in judo I would say that either of the first two would be better because I believe they both involve learning to block strikes and kicks. A two-time national judo champion and martial arts legend in California felt that free-style wrestling was the… Read More
David Daley is a 30 year veteran of Judo. He has taught up and down the east coast of Florida. From Daytona to Palm bay. David has produced several Judo champions. Also co authored a mystery novel on shelves 2009.
nous faisons du judo
a judo uniform is called a Gi.
judo was invented in japan by Jigoro Kano
Judo is a martial art, and is also a sport.
Judo means 'the gentle way'
No, they don't teach kicks in judo.
You don't learn kicks in judo.
Judo Boy was created in 1969.
Galatasaray Judo was created in 1984.
Judo and wrestling are both martial arts, but Judo is not normally considered to be a form of wrestling, despite some similarities. In terms of classification, Judo is a Japanese martial art.
Roy Inman has written: 'The judo handbook' -- subject(s): Judo 'The Handbook of Jujitsu' 'Judo'
No, judo is martial arts!
you may get 2or3 years to get good in judo
Judo was invented in Tokyo, Japan.