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The Jiu Jitsu Brazilian or Jiu-jitsu brasileiro (in Japanese ブ ラ ジ ル の 柔 術, Burajiru no jujutsu) is a combat sport that specializes in fighting, particularly in ground combat. Not to be confused with its predecessor Japanese Jujutsu.

The discipline was born as an appendix of Kodokan Judo in the twenties of the twentieth century [1] [2], when the maestroMitsuyo Maeda taught the fundamentals of the struggle on the ground (ne-waza) students how Carlos Gracie and Luis França. The Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu became an art in itself through experimentation, practice and adaptations of the master Hélio Gracie and his brother Carlos, who then passed on their experience to their family and to their students.

Discipline teaches as its foundation a person smaller and weak can successfully defend against a bigger, stronger assailant by using appropriate techniques such as levers, keys articolarie strangulation, bringing the fight to the ground. The training in Brazilian jiu-jitsu is still practiced mainly with sporting tournaments grappling, those in which their use is made of already (but in recent years the International Federation has also introduced competition in no-gi) or other like submission grappling, or even to attend meetings of mixed martial arts [3]. The practice of sparring (commonly called rolling) and training sessions with comparison uncooperative play a greater role in training, and are rewarded performance, especially during competitions, in relation to progress through the grades / belts.

Since its beginning in 1914, the Art Direction of judo was separated from the oldest systems of Japanese jujutsu by an important difference transmitted to the Brazilian jiu-jitsu: it is not only a martial art but also a sport, a method to promote the development of physical and character in young people, and, finally, a way (Dō) life.

 

 

 

 
 
 

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