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Leonis Ju Jitsu Club

Leonis Ju Jitsu Club

Topaasstraat 13, Breda, 4817 HA, Netherlands

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Work hours
MO 18:15 – 19:45 SA 11:00 – 12:30
TU 18:00 – 19:30 SU 10:00 – 12:00
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About Team of Sport Ju Jitsu lead by the World Champion coach Hara Goni, 3rd degree black belt.

We give Ju-Jitsu lessons accessible to everyone, beginners or advanced, young and old.

Recognised by Judo Bond Nederland, JJIF, JJEU and EFEOZZ.
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Description JU-JITSU

The "Gentle Art" or "Art of Suppleness" (this is the meaning of ju-jitsu in Japanese) does not neutralize power with power but aims to rationally absorb an attack and convert that energy to the opponent's own detriment. So it is designed to defend you with a flexible reaction on violence.
The Ju-Jitsu International Federation (JJIF) currently contemplates three different types of competitions at world level:

The Duo System.
The Duo System is a discipline in which a pair of jutsukas from the same team show possible self-defense techniques against a series of 12 attacks.
The Duo System has three competition categories: male, female or mixed, and the athletes are judged for their speed, accuracy, control and realism. It is arguably the most spectacular form of ju-jitsu competition and it requires great technical preparation, synchronism and elevated athletic qualities

The Fighting System.
With a different approach, the Fighting System is articulated in a tree minute combats between athletes from opposing teams. The system is divided in 12 categories according to weight and sex.
The actual combat is divided in three parts:
Part I sees the Jutsukas involved in distance combat and controlled attacks with arms and legs.
Once a grab has been made, the fight enters Part II and hits are no longer allowed. The Jutsukas try to bring one another down with various throwing techniques. Points are given according to how 'clean' and effective the actions are judged.
Once down on the tatamis (mats), the match enters its Part III. Here points are given for immobilization techniques, controlled strangulations or levers on body joints that bring the opponent to yield. The winner is the Jutsuka who has accumulated most points during the fight or performed a “perfect technique in all three Parts” got scored by Ippon. In this case the fight will be ended before time ran out. This type of competition requires timing, agility, strength and endurance.
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