a sport adapted from jujitsu, originally a method of self-defense without weapons, and similar to wrestling; it was developed in Japan.
Modern martial art system established by Jigoro Kano (1860-1938).
an olympic sport of throwing and mat work, lit. gentle way
"Gentle way." A martial art deriving from seeral Jujitsu schools and founded by Jigoro Kano in 1882.
Gentle Way. Martial art/sport using throws, armlocks and strangles.
Modern sporting form of Jiu Jitsu, developed by Dr. Jigoro Kano in 1882.
the gentle way the yielding way japanese sport martial art that is based on jujitsu.
A Japanese martial art founded in the 19th century. A derivative of jiu-jitsu, both share some of the same history and techniques, though Judo has been refined as more of a sport (Striking is not allowed). Judo emphasizes throws and takedowns.
Developed by Jigaro Kano, Judo specialises on the throwing aspects of traditional ju jitsu and provides a more â€˜sportiveâ€™ platform for training this intense art. Ironically the name Judo means â€˜The Gentle Wayâ€™.
a sport adapted from jujitsu (using principles of not resisting) and similar to wrestling; developed in Japan
A Japanese martial art invented early in the 20th century by Kano Jigoro, based on older styles of ju-jitsu. It has been an Olympic sport since 1964. Japanese for "gentle way."
a throwing style of Martial Art
a sport developed from jujitsu ("the gentle way") that emphasizes the use of quick movement and leverage to throw an opponent.
A form of wrestling in which clothes are worn by the contestants. The clothes and belt (encircling the waist twice) allow for greater range of technique. The depth of judo in the use of Tachiwazw (techniques done in the standing position) and Newaza (techniques done in the groundwork positions) require skill plus physical and metal fitness being increasingly raised to an extremely high standard. In promotion examinations (grading contests) no allowance is conceded to size or weight; success depends solely on the individual's attributes.
Yielding way. Modern budo and combative sport derived from jujutsu. Founded by Jigoro Kano in 1881. (Japanese)
A Japanese soft art. The term means "the way of flexibility." The combat was created toward the end of the 19th century.
This is a Japanese martial art that combines techniques from many jujutsu schools. It is now an international sport.
Japan. One of the distinguishing characteristics of Judo as compared to many other martial arts is that the primary goal in a Judo competition is to throw one's opponent to the ground; kicks, punches, and other strikes are not allowed in Judo competition or sparring (known as randori). Judo was founded by Dr.