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FROM TRADITIONAL TO MODERN:
THE ULTIMATE TRAINING FACILITY IN Bronx
With the event of mixed martial arts (MMA) becoming mainstream in the media, more and more people are looking to martial arts and self-defense classes as an alternative to the usual gym and fitness routine. At Bronx Jiu-Jitsu, we have been training in and teaching martial arts long before the media hype. We proudly bring forth this tradition to new generations of martial artists by offering a variety of classes to our students.
A martial art focusing largely on grappling and ground fighting. It focuses on the principles of leverage and proper technique to obtain dominant control on the ground, and provides a greater position to resolve conflict by using submission holds.
This program will focus on No-Gi Jiu-Jitsu with limited striking. This program will also focus on things such as minimizing striking damage on the ground, finding opportunities to deal with strikes in a grounded position, and basic striking to takedown combinations.
Also known as submission fighting, combat grappling, or simply as no-gi; this class is designed for beginners and advanced students and consists of basic traditional Jiu-Jitsu techniques adapted to make-up for the lack of a uniform to grab.
The difference between Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and submission grappling is in the grips. In the stand-up game, the grips provided by the BJJ uniform allow for many judo-style throwing and submission techniques, while submission grappling take-downs resemble those of traditional wrestling. Grips also come into play on the ground. Where the BJJ ground game is methodical and technical, submission grappling moves tend to be more fluid and fast-paced.
It's often erroneously referred to as unarmed fighting techniques; however, though stressing unarmed combat, it also employs a variety of weapons. Additionally, it employs various methods of kicking, striking, kneeling, throwing, chocking, bone and joint locking, as well as controlling an adversary. Jujutsu is also the basis for two eclectic Japanese systems, Judo and Aikido.