When someone hears the word Jujitsu in todays world they automatically think of what they see on TV or MMA etc. While what the modern world
calls jujitsu or jiujitsu we call it Ne Waza.
Total Ryu Jujitsu is the most effective self defense system and martial art around. Below is what is included in the system:
- Over 50 different Basic Throwing Techniques to include leg sweeps, hip throws, sacrifice throws, takedowns and motion throws
- Applied Techniques, Throwing, striking etc applied to real world threats, self defense etc
- Joint locking and throwing techniques
- Choking Techniques
- Striking Techniques, including, kicks, elbows, punches
- Defensive posturing
- Offensive posturing
- Ground work or newaza (modern jiujitsu)
- Multiple Attacker defense
- Traditional and Modern Weapon’s defense
- Adrenaline Training
Jujitsu classes at Total Ryu start off with a short cardio and active warm up period followed by stretching both active and passive. We then perform fall practice and move into the practical and applied part of class. We will usually practice the techniques on 3 levels.
- Slow and stationary
- Applied and moderate resistance
- Applied and active resistance, usually includes an adrenal response
By practicing this way we are covering all areas of learning and application. This teaching method will increase technique retention and provide a positive experience to all levels of students.
A student can start at any time. Remember that everyone has to start somewhere and even the highest and best students were once beginners. Students at Total Ryu will learn at their own pace and level.
Traditional Jujitsu is one of the most effective martial arts practiced today. It’s effectiveness comes from what it was designed for, combat. It was used by the samurai as their hand to hand fighting system. An interesting note is that most of todays military combat systems are based solely or partly on jujitsu, these include MCMAP, Army Corp, and most Israeli systems. What sets jujitsu apart from other martial arts systems around is the variety of techniques that is included in the art and what they do to an attacker with relative ease.
Jujitsu is the precursor to Japan’s Judo, a sport version of jujitsu, and aikido, an art that uses motion and joint manipulation to control and throw an opponent. An other interesting point is that there is jujitsu techniques in karate and the founders of modern karate studied jujitsu as well as karate.
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