Archive for the ‘Jiu-Jitsu’ Category

Ju Jitsu Hold Downs

Tuesday, September 29th, 2015

There are a variety of Ju Jitsu Hold Downs we commonly use. They vary depending on the Take Down or throw used and the response given by the attacker. Different opportunities arise in different positions, your competency allows you to go with the flow and see or feel the windows of opportunity as they open.

The Outer Reap Throw

The Leg Lock

Monday, September 28th, 2015

The Leg Lock is a technique we practice and although very simple, not as practical as most other techniques throughout the Tadashii Do Ju Jutsu System. The main reason I say that is because of the situation you are now in, if there were multiple attackers or the ground was covered in debris, this would not be a first option.

The Leg Lock

The Ankle Knee Take Down From Lying

Tuesday, August 25th, 2015

The Ankle Knee Takedown can be executed with you lying down and your attacker or assailant standing over you. It’s quick and effective, making use of the natural movement and limited extent of movement in the knee joint. It gives you an opportunity to get back to your feet and escape to safety.

The Ankle Knee Take Down from Lying

Ju Jitsu Training

Monday, November 12th, 2012

Sensei Malcolm Bale Ju Jitsu Training in Rugby Warwickshire UK.

Ju Jitsu is a broad based Art forming the basis of several other Japanese Martial Arts such as Judo, Aikido and Karate. The Movie File below shows us practicing breakfalls, take-downs, throws, hold-downs, ground-defence, joint manipulations, escorts and tactical jaw control.

 

There may be a Ju Jitsu Training Centre in your area, go check it out for yourself and see if it’s for you. Google Ju Jitsu Training “your town” and you may be pleasantly surprised.

Ju Jitsu Training is available as a competitive sport, am art of Self Defence and also as a Traditional Martial Art. They are all very different yet many of the techniques are technically similar. It’s the training you couple with the technical aspects of Ju Jitsu that makes the biggest difference. For example, with competitive Ju Jitsu training you will be doing a great deal of fitness and strength training, lots of grappling and working on Stamina. With Self Defence aspects of Ju Jitsu, there will be a greater emphasis on situational training and coping with the stress of an attack which could involve multiple attackers and simple weapons. Traditional Ju Jitsu concentrates more on the culture, etiquette, mind, body and the art of Ju Jitsu training.

Have Fun – Train Hard – Train Smart – Fightwize

Sensei Malcolm bale – Instructor – Ju Jitsu Rugby

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The Essence of Jiu Jitsu Training

Saturday, November 10th, 2012

The Essence of Jiu Jitsu Training. Jiu Jitsu drills, Jiu Jitsu techniques, Jiu Jitsu training. There are several aspects to training.

You can see why people commit themselves to Jiu Jitsu Training, the drills and exercises are great, not only very effective for reaching a higher level of fitness and improving performance but they can be great fun too. The fun element makes it easier to commit and maintain that commitment. There are so many possible drills and variations on these drills you are never going to get bored of your training.

Improve your timing, increase your strength, improve your flexibility, improve your stamina, improve your technique – Just some of the benefits to practicing your drills on a regular basis.

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Have Fun – Train Hard – Train Smart  Fightwize

Sensei Malcolm Bale –  Ju Jitsu Rugby

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Once again great information to help YOU improve YOUR Jiu Jitsu training

 

Outer Wrist Lock

Monday, July 9th, 2012

A very simple yet very effective Ju Jitsu technique is the Outer Wrist Lock. Like most other joint locks it involves taking the joint to the end of it’s intended range of motion. This causes great pain allowing you to gain control of an assailant.

Gaining Control or Compliance using the Outer Wrist Lock

 

Like most Ju Jitsu Techniqies, the Outer Wrist Lock needs to be practiced regularly. Through repetition you can greatly improve a technique as you begin to break it down and figure out the steps involved. Repetition of practicing the technique in varied situations will also greatly increase your confidence.

Have Fun – Train Hard – Train Smart – Fightwize

Sensei Malcolm Bale – Ju Jitsu Rugby

Junior Ju Jitsu Class

Sunday, July 8th, 2012

Here’s one of our young Students demonstrating techniques to the Junior Ju Jitsu Class

Junior Ju Jitsu Classes

 

It is important for the Junior Leaders to take an active part in helping in class by demonstrating techniques and building on their own confidence.

Repetition of simple techniques and the repetition of demonstrating them really help to instill confidence.

Have Fun – Train Hard – Train Smart – Fightwize

Sensei Malcolm Bale – Ju Jitsu Rugby

The Ankle-Knee Take-Down

Saturday, June 2nd, 2012

Here is Sensei Malcolm Bale demonstrating the Ankle-Knee Take-Down for students at Ju Jitsu Rugby.

The Ankle Knee Take-Down is a very simple technique and one of the first students learn. Despite being very simple this technique can be ultra effective when carried out correctly.

Ankle Knee Take Down

Have Fun – Train Hard – Train Smart – Fightwize

Sensei Malcolm Bale – Ju Jitsu Rugby & Tadashii Do Ju Jitsu

The Bent Wrist With Brachial Hold-Down

Monday, May 28th, 2012

A joint lock is taking a given joint such as the wrist, elbow, Fingers, Knee, Ankle etc to the extent of it’s intended range of motion. Her is Sensei Malcolm Bale demonstrating the The Bent Wrist With Brachial Hold-Down to students at Ju Jitsu Rugby in Rugby Warwickshire.

Ju Jitsu Techniques

Have Fun – Train Hard – Train Smart – Fightwize

Sensei Malcolm bale

Ju Jitsu Rugby and Tadashii Do Ju Jitsu

Modified Figure 4 Leg Lock

Monday, May 28th, 2012

The Modified Figure 4 Leg Lock, a bit of a fun but an awesome Ju Jitsu technique to practice.  Pictured below is Sensei Malcolm Bale demonstrating the technique to students at Ju Jitsu Rugby

Ju Jitsu Techniques

 

Have Fun – Train Hard – Train Smart – Fightwize

Sensei Malcolm Bale