martial arts of jiu jitsu
I think it may concerned as Mixed Martial Arts
this syllabus my written as :
ju jitsu, jujutsu, jiu jitsu, jiujitsu, ju jutsu
Derived from the basic principles of boxing with the development of ancient Chinese and the addition of a Chinese theories that rely on knowledge of the sensitive areas of the body and to exploit weaknesses in the movements of attack or arrest on the outskirts of the body in order to break the joints and subtle movements, and paralyzing the adversary.
This sport relies on many types of hazardous Grabs and strikes that caused very serious injuries and Security Forces personnel and special forces teams in the Chinese military are learning the sport for the performance of combat tasks required of them, and then leaked the secrets of this game is dangerous to Japan, where the movements have evolved to become later known Japanese self-defense despite the fact that the game is a Chinese origin.
Jujitsu techniques and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) moves. Pictures of fighting positions:
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I remember buying these four volume paperback sets in the late 70's. Back then Bruce Lee was my favorite martial artists (with Bill Wallace and Benny Urquidez immediately following). I wanted to fight like Bruce, kia like Bruce, and be a hero like Bruce.