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Types of jiu Jitsu

Americana Armlock (aka V Armlock, Ude Garami)
Americana Armlock (aka V Armlock, Ude Garami)

5. Americana Armlock (aka V Armlock, Ude Garami) The Americana is usually one of the first submissions you learn in BJJ, and is a twisting submission that mostly attacks the shoulder joint.

Bow and Arrow Choke
Bow and Arrow Choke

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Guillotine
Guillotine

Guillotine Choke From The Guard In this demonstration, the choke is used when attempting the Kimura arm-lock but your opponent counters. Put both feet flat on the floor, sit up and grab the opponents right wrist with your left hand.

Kimura Armlock
Kimura Armlock

Named after Masahiko Kimura, who used the move to defeat Helio Gracie who was one of the founders of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, a Kimura is an double joint armlock, used in many mixed martial arts. This technique applies painful pressure on the opponent's shoulder and is difficult to escape.

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No10 Judo From Japan
No10 Judo From Japan

Differences Between Japanese Jiu Jitsu & Brazilian Jiu Jitsu . What’s the difference between Japanese Jiu Jitsu and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu? Japanese Jiu Jitsu was the original samurai art.

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No3 Karate From Japan
No3 Karate From Japan

Differences Between Japanese Jiu Jitsu & Brazilian Jiu Jitsu . What’s the difference between Japanese Jiu Jitsu and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu? Japanese Jiu Jitsu was the original samurai art.

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No4 Kung fu From China
No4 Kung fu From China

Jiu Jitsu Vs. Kung Fu. ... kung fu and jiu jitsu, ... kung fu originated 3,000 to 4,000 years ago in the Shaolin province of China.

No5 Taekwondo From Korea
No5 Taekwondo From Korea

Taekwondo, the national sport of Korea, ... Differences Between Brazilian Jiu Jitsu & Wrestling . Comparison of Taekwondo to Jujitsu.

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No6 Ninjutsu From Japan
No6 Ninjutsu From Japan

Which is stronger, Ninjutsu or Brazilian Jiu Jitsu ... the Samurais in Japan to use it in the battle ... training in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and No-Gi ...

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No7 Jujutsu From Japan
No7 Jujutsu From Japan

Jujutsu, also spelled as ju-jitsu, ... What is the distinction between Japanese ju-jitsu and aikido? ... Why is Japanese Jiu Jitsu considered useless for modern times?

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No8 Krav Maga From Israel
No8 Krav Maga From Israel

Bjj Eastern Europe is a News ... Israeli Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Black ... with all the respect to the original and real Krav Maga, i am a Gracie Jiu Jitsu all the way ...

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No9 Aikido From Japan
No9 Aikido From Japan

Difference between Aikido and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Comparison, history, self defense and the way of thinking of these two martial arts, find out everything! Comparison, history, self defense and the way of thinking of these two martial arts, find out everything!

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Rear Naked Choke
Rear Naked Choke

In Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, the rear naked choke is a very important attack. Use this tutorial to learn how to master the technique in six steps. In Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, the rear naked choke is a very important attack.

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Sleeve Choke (aka Ezekiel Choke)
Sleeve Choke (aka Ezekiel Choke)

Henceforth the choke earned the name “Ezekiel,” from the judoka who caught everyone by surprise. The sleeve choke can be used in nearly every position in BJJ. It is primarily a gi-only technique, although I have seen some strong guys use a no-gi variation with some success.

Straight Armbar
Straight Armbar

In this segment of BJJ Building Blocks, Nic takes an in-depth look at the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Armbar from Guard. In this segment of BJJ Building Blocks, Nic takes an in-depth look at the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Armbar from Guard.

Triangle Choke
Triangle Choke

Triangle Choke From The Guard - Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Techniques. Thrusting Choke From Inside The Guard; Rear Scissor Choke From The Guard