Eddie Kone Undercover tells about Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Eddie Kone Undercover said Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a dynamic martial art that enhances not only mental awareness, physical endurance, and self-confidence, but also self-defense. When using BJJ, the fighter's goal is to bring his opponent to the ground, enable him to be forced into submission, and focus on leverage and grip.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu differs from other martial arts by its stronger emphasis on ground combat. It places less emphasis on standing techniques such as punches, throws, and takedowns to earn points, and the rules allow for a wider range of techniques, such as monopod and double leg kicks and foot sweeps.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a ground-based martial art that mainly uses levers, angles, pressure, timing, and knowledge of human anatomy to achieve a non-violent submission of the opponent. Many people know BJJ because of its use in contemporary MMA competitions, but may not be aware of jujutsu. The word Jiu-Jitsu is derived from Japanese Ju, which means "gentle," and Jutsu, which means "art," and Jiu-Jitsu is a gentle art.
Publicado en Default Category en junio 23 at 12:11
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