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Great site love the content keep it up
StylesJudo (British Judo Association)
An interesting site.
I have taken up Ju-Jitsu at the age of 53 as full competition Judo tournaments and training is placing too heavy a load upon my body and progressing to 2nd Dan would probably result in long term injury.
I have been doing Ju-Jitsu for 2 months and find it bends perfectly with my existing Judo expertise and some knowledge of Aikido, Karate, Boxing and street self defence.
The technique section is particularly useful as broad reference for my first Ju-Jitsu grsding.
Conratulations on a good site.
I would like to learn ju jitsu online please.
StylesKiai Yamabushi Ryu Ju-Jitsu
Grades3rd Kyu (Blue)
I really like this site.
I haven't been on it for about six months so it was good to see it refreshed with a new look.
Good luck with it and I hope that you continue to update it.
i thinc htat i wan,t to be a JUJITSU techer and idd love to have a really really realle really really good expeeriens in it.I lerned lots of moves in the book jujitsu the compleet cors.hers a spechell thanks to.john goldman.he is a black BELT
i love jujitsu
StylesJu-Jitsu / Jit-Fu
GradesGreen taking Blue March 03
Nice site I will drop u the details of the club I goto in Hull.
What an excellent site looks great and excellent content it will be going in my favourites?
i think this sites really good, its clear and easy to follow, i'v always been interested in Martial Arts but never taken any up, this has really stirred my interest and i'm now seriously considering starting one and i think Ju Jitsu definately sounds the best out of all i'v looked at. keep on with the up-dating of the sites and i look forward to coming back and seeing your purple and brown belts pictures.
GradesGreen (5th Kyu)
I would just like to say that your site has really helped me with my Ju Jitsu techniques while I have been training. Plus even though the moves on your syllabus are somewhat different in the method that they are executed, it does show me alternative ways of executing a technique with a diverse composition to my own, which will definitely assist my training further. So thanks again and keep up the good work.