Jujitsu is not a sport. It is a martial art that is practiced in many countries of the world including Canada.
Jujitsu is not a sport. Though many people believe it is, it is not. Jujitsu is a set of self defense techniques that help build awareness, strength, flexibility, and confidence in order to defend oneself against an attacker. The techniques used are not literal rather a set of techniques that teach certain things about the body and how it can be manipulated. Jujitsu is confused as being a sport because many of it's derivatives are sports such as Judo which is a contest in throwing arts, or Brazilian Jujitsu which is a contest in grappling arts. Jujitsu is not a sport, it is a martial art. To win in jujitsu is to be at peace with yourself.
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Yes, Jujitsu is the fore runner of Judo. By taking out the 'dangerous' moves in jujitsu, judo was codified and made a sport. And that is not in any way to imply that a well trained judoka couldn't wipe the floor with someone.
traditional jujitsu from japan and Brazilian jujitsu from Brazil
In Brazilian Jujitsu usually 5 in Japanese Jujitsu that i do we have 7 belts.
Jujitsu means, "the art of softness."
Jujitsu comes from japan
Jigoro Kano was Twenty-Two when he adapted Judo from the also popular sport Jujitsu
Jujitsu first originated in the country Japan.