What is the difference between Japanese jujitsu and Brazilian jujitsu?
There are two main differences between Japanese Jujitsu and Brazilian Jujitsu.
Japanese Jujitsu uses standing locks, strikes, take downs and ground techniques.
Brazilian Jujitsu leans more toward take downs and ground techniques.
Both are effective means of defense and both can cause serious injury.
Brazilian Jujitsu as with many other martial arts evolved from Japanese Jujitsu.
Brazilian Jujitsu is martial art that involves powerful and intelligent strikes,effective takedowns,and renouned submission holds. Brazilian Jujitsu was founded in 1882 by Mitsuyo Maeda, but did not become popular in other until the 1990's. no... theres no such thing as Brazilian jujitsu, its a Japanese martial art and the brazilians stole it... if i stole another mans keys would the car become mine? no, it wouldn't... so why can the brazilians steal the name and…
First its Jujutsu not jujitsu or juijitsu, those are old and incorrect pronouciations for jujutsu. The oldest surviving school of Jujutsu is Takenoichi ryu Jujutsu founded in 1532. Brazilian Juijitsu was founded by the Gracie's and it comes from Judo. Judo was founded in 1882 by Jigoro Kano. So Japanese Jujutsu was first.
Jujitsu is not a sport. Though many people believe it is, it is not. Jujitsu is a set of self defense techniques that help build awareness, strength, flexibility, and confidence in order to defend oneself against an attacker. The techniques used are not literal rather a set of techniques that teach certain things about the body and how it can be manipulated. Jujitsu is confused as being a sport because many of it's derivatives are…
I am at no stretch an expert, but there isn't really a Chinese or Japanese martial arts technique. Some forms of martial arts did originate in one of these countries, and most martial art techniques are originally oriental; however, there are a lot of different forms. For example, there's Taekwondo, Karate, Jujitsu, Kung Fu, Kendo, Aikido, and many more.
Who and how will win fight to the death average untrained guy or very athletic woman who is highly trained in brazilian jujitsu and kickboxing?
You can use a number of styles in UFC, really almost anything goes. Ill advise Muay Thai which is Kick boxing with elbows and knees and some form of wrestling or Judo. Brazilian Jujitsu is very common allso. In my opinion if you don't have some Brazilian jujitsu under your belt you will be taken advantage over. Another few are wrestling which is mostly takedowns. Boxing is used a lot also. NOGI jiu jitsu. Judo…
The Samurai were Japan's elite fighting forces, and they wore armor and had several specialized weapons. Sometimes, however, they might lose their weapons during the course of combat. For this reason they were highly proficient at the unarmed Japanese martial art of Jujitsu (Jujutsu). It is thought, however, that Jujitsu had it's roots in China and Tibet.
There are hundreds. Most tend to be in the coast states (California, Florida or New york) but practically every state has some now. Beware of schools that teach other arts who try to jump on the "Jujitsu bandwagon" as the jujitsu instruction may be third rate at these schools and may dilute the art. Find a real qualified instructor.
Japanese Jiujitsu is Aikido's Ancestor. Other styles of Jiujitsu are different, however the Japanese style which is the original style is a root of Aikido. Aikido was created so that you would not destroy your attacker, however jiujitsu is used in combat. The Samurai used techniques that look like Aikido, however it is just a form of Jiujitsu. What Morihei Ueshiba (the founder of Aikido) did was take techniques that he learned from Daito Ryu…
Should you take Kickboxing or Jujitsu or both Im 510 at 170pounds i want to learn self defense so i could protect my self in the streets and my friend told me it is a good exercise?
These martial arts have their place in a sports venue, but they are not very effective self-defense systems unless you are an advanced practitioner. The best self-defense systems are non-traditional eclectic systems that utilize gross motor skills. All the traditional arts rely on very well trained fine motor skills. But fine motor skills in an average person degrade more and more under high stress, fast paced, self-defense situations. Fine motor skills take years to learn…
It would greatly depend upon the definition of martial art and the sub-categories within them. The Japanese Sword can be broken down into many different styles. So can Japanese karate. In general, here is a partial listing: * Iaido * Judo * Aikido * JuJitsu * Aikijitsu * Japanese Karate * Sumo * Ninjitsu * Kendo