If you are new to the world of martial arts, Jujitsu is an ideal place to get started. Not only will you have loads of fun along the way, you will also learn the skills of one of the most diverse martial arts in existence.
Jujitsu, or Ju-Jitsu, spans across a broad range of different skills and techniques. Where other martial arts, such as Judo and Karate, simply focus on punching, kicking and throwing, Jujitsu spans across a much broader range of techniques. Throughout your journey towards mastering the art, you will learn skills not only in punching, kicking and throwing, but also in joint locks, ground-work and weapon use, preparing you for any given situation.
To make sure you are getting the most out of your training sessions, we will introduce all of the most commonly used Jujitsu terminology along the way.
The most common reason why people take up the art of Jujitsu is self-defence. Given the variety of the techniques used in Jujitsu, you will be able to protect yourself in many different scenarios. You can find more information in our Self-Defence section.
Jujitsu has undoubtable health benefits, regardless of your fitness level prior to getting started. If you are interested in boosting your stamina and agility, find out more in our Fitness section.
This is one of the lesser-known benefits of progressing in Jujitsu. The confidence which you learn in the martial art will be transferred to other parts of your life, making you an overall more confident person. If this sounds like something you could benefit from, read more in our Self-Confidence section.
Many people have trouble finding the motivation to work out in a gym to keep in good shape. Jujitsu is a great alternative, as it will help you to improve your fitness and agility, while having fun at the same time. As well as learning new skills and seeing yourself progress rapidly, you will make some good, new friends along the way.