Although Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is like Judo and other traditional systems of Japanese martial arts, it differs in a number of basic ways from all other known systems. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu has pursued an unusual course in previous years. It can be divided into three wide categories; self-defense, free fighting competition, and sport grappling. The set of laws of sport grappling matches have been designed to establish the appropriate strategy to be applied in the street. In a sport BJJ match, points are granted on the base of achieving superior positions. Such positions provide better chances to apply grappling techniques, strikes and defend them. learner naturally acquire the positions that will earn them the most points, in so doing continually reinforcing the most efficient approach for actual life conflicts. When using Brazilian Jiu Jitsu techniques, leverage is most important. its the secret to the strength and the best use of might.
Basics of Jiu Jitsu Techniques
Techniques of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu mainly focus on grappling and ground fighting. Jiu Jitsu will provide you a perceptive of how to manage and manipulate a physically powerful and hostile opponent. The art of Jiu Jitsu basics is extremely helpful in to make a rival quit without much toil and turmoil. For instance, in the Guard technique, a Jiu Jitsu learner will begin learning numerous types of guards. Regardless of what kind of guard you are playing, its main focus is to how efficiently you are learning your moves. The earliest guard everybody be trained is the Closed guard. It’s to wrap the legs around the waist of the challenger with the locked feet. Other techniques may include Half Guard, The Hook guard, Passing Guard, The Mount position, Back Control, Escapes, Submissions etc.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu & the Belt System
The Belt System of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is much stricter as compared to other martial arts. For some people, it may take a decade to attain the black belt. Since there are only a few belts in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, one will have pay out a long time on each stripe. You will have to squander on highland before being rewarded with the next stripe or belt. Only those people who have the firm determination can manage to keep going. Enjoy the process instead of rushing towards getting the next belt or winning contests.
The Belt Colors include White Belt (a sign of beginners), Blue Belt (a sign of experienced BJJ student), Purple Belt (a sign of experienced BJJ student with intermediate understanding), Brown Belt (a sign of elite rank with mastery of all basic fundamental techniques), and Black Belt (master of all fundamental techniques of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu). A black belt holder is authorized to promote anyone from brown belt to black belt. And in order to grant a junior black belt a stripe (a sign of next degree and skill), one must be at least a third degree black belt. For an average learner, normally it takes up to ten years of span to achieve Black Belt.
Come down to Arashi Do Edmonton North and try out one of our great Brazilian programs like Fundamental BJJ, Women’s Only BJJ or Children’s BJJ for ages 4-7 and 8-14. All those and you get a 30 DAY FREE TRIAL! What are you waiting for? Call or text us at 780-220-5425 or email us at myackulic@ArashiDo.com