Jujutsu techniques part 1
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This video shows some techniques of the versatile and effective Daitoryu aikijujutsu.
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I am Japanese Jujutsuka with incorporated Judo newaza. I went in with 4 months of training against more experienced Brazilian Jiu Jitsu practitioners. I came in 2nd place. The last match is not in this film. But I lost stamina due to my ill preparation with no sleep and driving 4 hours and going straight into competition that morning. I lost the last match due to the point system of BJJ since the fight went to decision. I had a last second sankaku jime(triangle choke) that I did not have time to complete.
Hopefully I can take home the gold if I decide to do competition again. It was very fun and full of tough opponents. Much tougher than I expected.
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Brazilian Jiu-jitsu or Japanese Jujutsu ?
Should you do Brazilian Jiu-jitsu or Japanese Jiu-jitsu?
That's the BJJ related question I was asked recently by Martin who's interested in the two for self defense training.
But what I think should really be asked is what makes a martial art effective and what makes a martial art ineffective?
A lot of people think it’s the techniques that separate one martial art from another.
Which is partly true. Striking techniques, Grappling techniques and chi based techniques are all very different.
But the most important part of effectiveness when it comes to a martial art is the training methodology.
More specifically, live training. Using the techniques against fully resisting opponents.
This is one of the characteristics of Judo, Brazilian Jiujitsu, Muay Thai, Boxing, etc that make them so effective.
In most cases, from what I’ve seen, Japanese Jujutsu is practiced in a more controlled manner with little to no live sparring.
This is just simply not an effective way to properly learn how to use a technique in a self-defense situation. Because a fight outside the gym isn’t controlled or choreographed. It’s intense, scary, exhausting and chaotic.
And while live training may not exactly mimic a fight on the street exactly. It will expose you to the stimulus of a fight situation and allow you the mechanism by which to deal with the unpredictability of a fight outside the gym.
Think of it this way. Anyone can hit a heavy bag. But the minute they start actually boxing against a person who is hitting back. Everything changes and many times people look very sloppy until they get familiar with the feeling of the stress that is presented by their opponent.
Even think about lifting. You might be able to lift the bar on a bench press. But then if we put on 315lbs. Your form might slack and you may not be able to lift it. To get to the point where we can move it. We expose ourselves to gradually increasing forms of resistance.
So no matter what martial art you decide to focus on, whether its Japanese Jujutsu or Brazilian Jiujitsu. Training live is a necessity to making the techniques usable in a real situation.
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This video is to show the similarity of BJJ & Judo, compared to Japanese Jujutsu / jiu jitsu. BJJ's specific origin is a judo sub-system, actually called Kosen Judo. Kosen Judo is old style, and has a focus on ground, with stand up start, but no passivity rules allowing restarts standing, like in Olympics style IJF judo.
In early days judo was more martial, in origin. The sport emphasis is directed by the IJF (Olympic Judo body)
It is very different to most old style JJJ (Japanese Jujutsu)
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Its an important point of order that most BJJ people believe the BJJ marketing that the system was founded not in judo; but in JJJ.
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Jujutsu, 柔術, Jū can be translated to mean gentle, soft, supple, flexible, pliable, or yielding. Jutsu can be translated to mean art or technique and represents manipulating the opponent's force against himself rather than confronting it with one's own force.
Jujutsu is a Japanese martial art and a method of close combat for defeating an armed and armored opponent in which one uses no weapon or only a short weapon.
Today, Jujutsu is practiced in both traditional and modern sports forms. Derived sport forms include the Olympic sport and martial art of judo, which was developed by Kanō Jigorō in the late 19th century from several traditional styles of jujutsu, and Brazilian jiu-jitsu, which was derived from earlier (pre–World War II) versions of Kodokan judo.
Other martial arts that have developed from or have been influenced by Jujutsu are: Aikido, Bartitsu, Hapkido, Sambo, Kajukenbo, Krav Maga, Kapap, Pangamot and Kenpo.
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Jujutsu is designed by combining various Japanese Martial Arts. It began around 1400s and Takenouchi Ryu is considered to be the original form of Jujutsu. It consists Grappling, Grip Breaking, Throwing, Joint lock, Joint dislocation, Choking, Ground technique, Short and long weapons etc.
It was a time in Japan, when long weapons were more prevalent on the battlefield for close combat in situations but were no longer much effective enough. People were learning to fight with small weapons or without weapons.
Once Japanese Martial Artist Takenouchi Hisamori went to the mountains near the Sannomiya shrine to train his Martial skills. There he met a strenger with white hair and a long beard (some believe that he was a incarnation of God).
Hisamori felt fearsome and attacked the stranger with his 2.4 ft. long wooden sword, but was defeated. The stranger then took Hisamori's wooden sword; told him that long weapons are not useful in combat, and broke it into two daggers and taught him how to use them in grappling and close combat. Apart from this, many other techniques have been taught by the stranger. And in 1532, Hinoshita Torite Kaisan Takenouchi-ryū was founded. It is the oldest jujutsu koryū in Japan.
The term jūjutsu was not coined until the 17th century, after which time it became a blanket term for a wide variety of grappling-related disciplines and techniques.
In 1882, Jigoro Kano did some changes in Jujutsu and gave this art a new name, Judo. Judo does not consist any kind of Kick, Punch or any other striking attacks. Judo consist Throws, Joint locks, Choke, Takedowns and weapons.
In 1914, Mitsuyo Maeda introduced Judo in Brazil. Judo was also called Kano Jiu-Jitsu at that time, that is why it was named Brazilian Ji-Jitsu instead of Brazilian Judo.
In the 1910s and 1930s, Morihei Ueshiba, practitioner of Daitō-ryū Aiki-jūjutsu developed the Aikido.
Choi Yong-sul, was the founder of Hapkido. He studied Daitō-ryū Aiki-jūjutsu in Japan.
Choi's first student Seo Bok-Seob who had already earned his black belt in judo was so impressed of Choi's Martial Arts skills and invited Choi to begin teaching Martial Arts to him and some workers at the distillery, After watching Choi Yong-Sool successfully defend himself against a group of men. And in 1948 he started teaching his art. Seo also incorporated many of judo´s throws and ground work techniques to the teachings of master Choi.
He first called his art Yu Sul”
ater changing it to Yu Kwon Sool”
Then Hap Ki Yu Kwon Sool”
Seo and Choi agreed to shorten the name of the art from 'hapki yu kwon sool' to 'hapkido' in 1959.
Hap means coordinated, joining, or harmony
ki describes “internal energy”, “spirit”, “strength, or power”
do means way or art,
The term HAPKIDO means The Way of Coordinating Energy
Hapkido is often called the Korean pronunciation of AiKido.
Ji Han-Jae founded Korea Hapkido Association in 1965. Ji Han-Jae incorporated traditional Korean kicking techniques and punching techniques into Hapkido. Ji Han-Jae is also appear in the movie Game of Death in a long fight scene against Bruce Lee.
We can say Hapkido a complete Mixed Martial Art because it employs Joint locks, Grappling, Throwing, Kicking, Punching, and other striking attacks. It also teaches the use of weapons.
Takenouchi Ryū is still actively transmitted today by members of the Takenouchi family, as well as by other groups both within and outside Japan.
There are many types of sport jujutsu. One version of sport jujutsu is known as JJIF Rules Sport Ju-Jitsu, organized by Ju-Jitsu International Federation (JJIF) and has been recognized as an official sport of the World Games.
International Aikido Federation is a world governing body for the sport of Aikido.
The International Judo Federation (IJF), the IJF has 200 National Federations on all continents. Judo is an Olympic Sport (Since 1964 men and 1992 women)
The Korea Hapkido Federation is the largest, wholly Hapkido, governing body for the Hapkido in the world.
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Here are some of the 85 moves regrouping self defense and traditional JuJutsu techniques that were presented on the 25/11/2018 during the JuJutsu Black Belt exam (Shodan, 1°Dan). There are technical mistakes in different techniques: it is quite a challenge to do a 100% perfect exam under supervision of a jury
Some are traditional combo and artistic moves (ex: the X parade or the flying flip scissor at the end that was created specifically for the exam) that would not be practiced outside the dojo, and are trained to develop physical abilities, balance, body coordination and move commitment (the idea of going all in ).
On the other hand, some effective techniques (such as the eye gouging entry) representing the most important part of any martial art, are also presented in the video but were not the focus of the clip as they are very straightforward.
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