Combat Ju-Jutsu (Jiu-Jitsu)

MAIN DIRECTIONS OF JU-JUTSU (JIU-JITSU) TODAY

There are presently three main Ju-Jutsu (Jiu-Jitsu) Schools:

1. Traditional – demo Ju-Jutsu (Jiu-Jitsu)

The traditions and techniques of old and modern Ju-Jutsu (Jiu-Jitsu) are studied at these Schools. The training and certification methodology is based on learning a large number of techniques. Combat effectiveness yields to technical finesse and aesthetically please moves. Certification is based on the principle of demonstration of additional and ever more complicated techniques. Simplicity and reliability give way to more complex patterns that although leading to an increase in entertainment value, tend do decrease efficiency and effectiveness.

2. Sport Ju-Jutsu (Jiu-Jitsu)

Sport techniques are based on Ju-Jutsu (Jiu-Jitsu). The purpose of training and certification is competitive single combat in compliance with sporting rules. "Striking-throwing" technical operation is evaluated by point system. Scope of application is Sport Ju-Jutsu (Jiu-Jitsu) sport federations, clubs and classes. Techniques are evaluated by single combat for 2-3 minutes and results are measured by points.

3. Combat Ju-Jutsu (Jiu-Jitsu)

The main principle is combat effectiveness and universality of techniques. Techniques are based on a minimum number of basic movements. Scope of application is a real fight. Techniques are less spectacular and simpler in execution, but more robust and effective in combat so as to disrupt the trained opponent. Techniques are designed for 3-4 seconds of fight, during which the attacker must be neutralized. These techniques are most often used in Special Forces training.


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