What You Will Learn At Dojo Of Traditional Japanese Jiu-jitsu

Jiu-jitsu students learn the system of actual fighting with one or more unarmed or armed opponents in the context of a traditional Japanese dojo (school). Kicking, punching, throwing, sweeping, picking up, painful and suffocating methods, holding and escorting tactics, techniques for dealing with an armed adversary, and techniques for working with several opponents are all included in the technique. Jiu-jitsu does not rely on physical strength, but rather on a wealth of skill, a mastery of fighting strategy and tactics, dexterity, and dexterity, among other things. 

What will you get from the Dojo classes:

  • skills of self-defense and hand-to-hand combat (striking technique, throws, painful and suffocating techniques, work from a knife and a weapon – full contact);
  • character improvement through overcoming weakness and laziness;
  • sports physique and self-confidence, rejuvenation of the body through strengthening joints, muscles, heart;
  • participation in martial arts competitions (jiu-jitsu, karate, sambo, ARB, mix fight, ku do, aikido, grappling, etc.);
  • preparation for a real battle, preparation for the army (special forces techniques);
  • development of attention, understanding of battle tactics, strengthening of character;
  • increase in endurance, strength, coordination and speed of reaction;
  • the possibility of training in the elite military art (used by the special services of many countries of the world);
  • the training program includes sections of ken-jutsu (work with a katana), tanto-jutsu (work with a tanto knife), protection against various types of cold weapons.

While you may depend on power in sports sparring, in actual battle, particularly with armed opponents, every error can be deadly; in addition, going beyond the scope of self-defense might result in legal consequences. As a result, all hits and blows are delivered with the greatest possible precision to susceptible locations. The smallest amount of work is put in in order to get the greatest possible result. This theory enables a person with the very minimum of physical fitness to regulate and utilise their energy in the most efficient manner possible; as a result, with age, one’s capacity to successfully protect and preserve exceptional physical condition and health improves. 

Every year, “go” – training battles according to the rules of kumite between representatives of many disciplines of martial arts – is conducted, which enables you to discover flaws and repair them in order to continue the process of refining your technique in the future.

Children’s group

Children of school age can be admitted to the children’s group. Classes in the ju-jitsu children’s group will allow your child to acquire the following skills and knowledge :

  • general physical development (increase in muscle strength, dexterity, flexibility, endurance), strengthening of immunity and the cardiovascular system;
  • special physical development (development of reaction, improvement of coordination and balance (in a standing position, on the ground, lying down), strengthening of joints and ligaments);
  • practicing self-preservation skills (self-insurance when falling and throwing, self-defense of vital organs);
  • hand-to-hand combat skills (striking technique with hands and feet, painful holds, throws, sweeps, picks, steps, protective blocks, choke hold);
  • knowledge of the tactics of hand-to-hand combat against one or more opponents ;
  • self-defense skills from an enemy armed with a knife, stick, any traumatic object;
  • knowledge about philosophy and history of martial arts, principles and rules of hand-to-hand combat;
  • development of strong-willed qualities and education of masculinity.

        Additional features and benefits:

  • participation in martial arts competitions (jiu-jitsu, karate, judo, sambo, ARB, mix fight, ku do, grappling, etc.);
  • preparation for military service and admission to universities of law enforcement agencies;
  • patriotic education;
  • improving character through overcoming weakness and laziness;
  • training without injuries and constant blows to the head.

        The minimum basic requirements for physical development for a student after the first year of study:

     1. Exercise push-up on fists – 40 reps;
     2. Exercise squat in the middle rack – 50 reps;
     3. Exercise pull-up with a direct grip – 10 reps;
     4. Diagonal somersault exercise – 10 reps;
     5. Exercise bending the body lying on the back – 40 reps;
     6. Exercise flexion of the body lying on the belly – 40 repetitions.

Adult group

Jiu-jitsu, for adults and even older adults, is a full-contact system of hand-to-hand combat and self-defense. The classes promote martial arts practice, self-improvement and a healthy lifestyle.

         By exercising regularly, you will get:

  • hand-to-hand fighting skills (striking technique with hands and feet, throws, painful and suffocating techniques in a standing position and on the ground, technique of trips and sweeps, protective blocks);
  • general physical fitness (increase in strength, agility, flexibility, coordination and endurance);
  • special physical training (balance control, movement coordination, reaction speed, hardening of impact surfaces, explosive force, movement technique);
  • knowledge of the tactics of hand-to-hand combat against one or more opponents;
  • self-defense skills from an enemy armed with a knife, stick, any traumatic object;
  • the ability to control emotions, to act consciously and in cold blood.

          Additional pluses:

  • rejuvenation of the body through strengthening the joints, heart, muscles;
  • training in protection from a knife and painful techniques with a knife (tanto-jutsu);
  • training without injuries and constant blows to the head;

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