JU JITSU COMBATIVE
Shogun Ju Jitsu Combative is a Traditional Mixed Martial Arts. we focused on 3 main Expects
Striking, Throwing and Ground Fighting. we uses both Uniform and No Uniform to better adapt to situations.
Shogun Fight Gym is an official affiliate of the Singapore Ju Jitsu Association. our Grading and Ranking system is Recognized by the Singapore Sports Council and PAone.
What's the difference between BJJ and Ju Jitsu?
The terms "BJJ" and "Ju Jitsu" refer to different variations of the same martial art, but they have distinct histories and techniques.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ): BJJ is a martial art that originated from Kodokan Judo, which was then further developed and adapted by the Gracie family in Brazil. BJJ focuses mainly on ground fighting and submission techniques. It places a strong emphasis on positional control, joint locks, and chokes, allowing smaller individuals to effectively defend themselves against larger opponents. BJJ has gained global recognition and is widely practiced as both a self-defense art and a popular combat sport.
Ju Jitsu: Ju Jitsu, also spelled Jujutsu or Jujitsu, is a traditional martial art that dates back centuries. It encompasses a wide range of techniques, including strikes, throws, joint locks, and submissions.
Ju Jitsu techniques are designed to enable a defender to overcome and neutralize an opponent through using their opponent's energy and movements against them. While ground fighting is also a part of Ju Jitsu, it incorporates a broader range of standing techniques compared to the more specialized ground-focused approach of BJJ.
Although BJJ and Ju Jitsu share some similarities in terms of grappling and submission techniques, the primary difference lies in their historical origins, development, and training methodologies. BJJ is a more modern and specialized form of ground fighting, with a strong focus on sport competition, while Ju Jitsu encompasses a broader range of techniques and strategies for self-defense in various scenarios.
It's important to note that the distinctions between BJJ and Ju Jitsu may vary depending on individual schools, instructors, and their specific interpretations and training methods.