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Ju-Jitsu was primarily used by the Samurai Warriors which has been proven to be the greatest warriors of all time. Ju-Jitsu, over the years, has developed into what is seen today as ‘Combat Ju-Jitsu. This progressive form of Combat Ju-Jitsu is used by the top 5 ‘Special Forces’
Over the past 10 years we have produced a comprehensive and challenging syllabus which combines Ju-Jitsu and Kickboxing to create a martial arts style which, when used correctly, can provide a fully formed self defence system suitable in all situations.
Combat Ju-Jitsu covers grappling including:
Combat Ju-Jitsu also covers striking techniques including:
To give you added peace of mind all our instructors are COBRA Certified Back Belts (Governing Body).
Ju-jitsu is an open handed fighting art of the Japanese Samurai. It was designed to enable the disarmed soldier to overcome opponents, and is considered as the predecessor of all Japanese martial arts. It is thought to have originally gone by the names Aiki Jujitsu, Tai-Jutsu, Yawara or Hakuda and to have been introduced from China.
Ju-jitsu uses techniques such as throws, joint locks, chokes, and holds. However, all forms of Ju-Jitsu incorporate striking techniques including kicks, punches, knees, and elbows. Originally only used by the samurai (Knights), it was soon adopted by the ninja (assassins) and then common soldiers and bandits.