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In Judo you generally have to be a brown belt and a certain age (14?) before you learn submissions and apply them. In Jiujitsu they start teaching submissions from day one and at any age. Of course for the kids there are certain submissions even jiujitsu won't teach. But why such the disparity and which one do you think is right.
The problem I have with Judo is that it teaches bad habits if you learn without submissions. You can keep your arms out in arm bar positions and never have to worry about it until you are older and a brown belt. Then say you started Judo at 7 and didn't start submissions until 14 that is 7 years of bad habits in regards to arm bars.
Sorry guys I screwed up the spelling. I meant Jiu-jitsu like BJJ.
I was told by a Small Circle JuJitsu Sensei that Jason Bourne's fighting style was similiar to Small Circle JiuJitsu.
He also said Steven Seagals early movie fight scenes was more like Small Circle JuJitsu then Aikido.
Is this true?
Actually "jbriant399" Small Circle Jujitsu is BOTH stand up and ground fighting. Another thing is that Small Circle Jujitsu deals MORE with stand up fighting then ground fighting.
what happen if he didnt? well, the non asian, i prefer the western people will lose to asian people easily in an mma bout.yes, without the jeet kun do,kung fu, karate, taekwondo, judo, and muay thai(Thailand is asian) and the brazilian jujitsu(original place for jiujitsu is japan)the western ppl will never beat asian ppl in mma fight.the only martial art that originally from west is wrestling and boxing.and the two is not enough to beat the martial arts from asia.so what happen if the asian didnt want to teach the western ppl the asian martial art??