Jiu-Jitsu (Jujutsu)

Jujutsu, commonly written as Jiu-Jitsu, is a martial art developed in Japan. This is a type of combat in which you defeat an armed opponent without using any weapons. Ju means gentle, soft, supple, flexible, pliable, or yielding. Jutsu means art or technique.

There are many types of jujutsu as a sport. One type is known as the JJIF Rules Sport Ju-Jitsu. This is organized by the Ju-Jitsu International Federation, and is also part of the world games. There are three variants of jujutsu as a sport the duo or self-defense demonstration, where in the tori or the attacker and the uke come from on team and they will demonstrate self-defense techniques.

The second type is the fighting system or freefighting, in which the participants coming striking, grappling and submissions under rules safety rules.

The third one is the Brazilian or ne waza, which is a grappling system wherein the participants start standing up and they work for a submission. Striking is not allowed in this type.

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