巴西柔术（葡萄牙文：Jiu-Jitsu Brasileiro；英文：Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu；又称：BJJ）是一种专攻降伏，以擒技见长，综合格斗竞技与系统自卫于一身的武术。
二十世纪初，肩负拓殖巴西使命，来自日本讲道馆嘉纳治五郎门下的前田光世，将包括（讲道馆 ）擒技（降伏）战术在内的柔道技术，传授给了巴西人卡洛斯·格雷西Carlos Gracie与鲁伊兹.佛朗萨Luiz França。此后，前者家族中的名将——艾里奥·格雷西，从竞技和实战角度出发，总结出以摔、拿为基础技能，循环、渐进式降伏为基本战术，“以柔克刚”、“以弱胜强”为指导性战略方针的柔术新流派。
如今，巴西柔术不但占据降伏式 （英文：Grappling）战技的半壁江山，更成为综合格斗（英文：Mixed Martial Arts，简称： ）摔、拿等技战术中的基本元素和组成部分，因此享誉全球、风靡武林。
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu(also known as: BJJ) is a martial art that specializes in surrendering, excels with capture skills, and integrates martial arts and systematic self-defense.
At the beginning of the twentieth century, shouldering the mission of colonizing Brazil, Maeda Maeda from the Kendo House of Japan’s Kojima, he imparted Judo techniques including (judo hall Judo) tactics (subduction) to Brazilians named Carlos Gracie and Luiz França. Since then, Elio Gracie, a famous celebrity in the former family, has summarized the basic tactics based on falling and holding, and cyclical and progressive fall as the basic tactics from the perspective of competition and actual combat. “Strong” is a new genre of Jiu-Jitsu that guides the strategic approach.
Today, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu not only occupies half of the combat skills of Grappling, but has also become a basic element and component of comprehensive martial arts (English: Mixed Martial Arts (MMA)). World-renowned and popular in martial arts.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu means “the law of softness”. It applies to all Japanese martial arts systems, and “softness” means using flexibility. The characteristic of Jiu-Jitsu is to make full use of leverage, rather than resistance and comparison with opponents.
Master of Jiu-Jitsu-Mitsuda Maeda
Experts in ancient jujitsu and judo
In 1914, entrusted by the Japanese government, Maeda came to Brazil to help Japanese immigrants establish settlements.
The most important person in the history of Jiujitsu
卡洛斯·格雷西 Carlos Gracie
(1902 ～ 1994)
The Philosophical Idea of Real Combat as a Test of Practicality Creates a New Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Founder of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Elio Gracie (1908 to present)
Carlos Gracie’s youngest brother
Youngest and smallest
Founder of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Foundation
Challenge other martial arts
Prove the possibility of being small
Carlson Gracie (-2006)
Carlos eldest son
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Preacher
How does Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu work
One of the most famous technic in Brazilian Jiujitsu
Archimedes, a famous ancient Greek philosopher, once said, “Give me a fulcrum, and I can lift the entire earth with one hand.”
Jiu-Jitsu is built on the premise that your opponent is taller and stronger than you. A person who is weaker than you and taller than you will not challenge you on the street. Even if he works with you, he will be at a disadvantage in size and strength. Therefore, if there is a dispute on the street, most opponents can be assumed to be stronger and taller than you. You are weak and it is not wise to compare your strength with your opponent.
Opponents who like to use brute force are easily attacked by highly skilled combatants. Although power and strength are important, everyone should first have a technical advantage. A skilled person saves more energy than a brute force. The principle of using leverage at the right place and at the right time can be very labor-efficient to achieve the intended purpose. The principle of leverage will save you a lot of effort. Jiu-Jitsu practitioners can use the power of their entire body to generate leverage, which can be devastating to the weakest part of the opponent.
The core of Jiu-Jitsu lies in using effective techniques to deal with brute force and aggression. The philosophy of Jiu-Jitsu advocates anticipating the use of greater resistance. Jiu-Jitsu practitioners prefer to “strengthen” their strength, change the direction of their opponent ’s offensive forces, and then react to their opponents. Remember: Unless you are the strongest man in the world, there must be stronger, heavier, and bigger opponents in this world than you.
Classification of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Techniques
One of the most famous tachnic in brazilian Jiujitsu
In Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, the principle of human joint reversal and the principle of leverage are used to subdue opponents. If the opponent is unwilling to surrender, it can lead to fainting and broken bones.
One of the most frequently used technic in brazilian Jiujitsu
浮固Knee On Belly
The transition skill is a name chosen by the editor himself to better understand the position used.
General transition skills are used for movement conversion, for example, when defensive skills and escape skills are converted into surrender skills.
Escape from the triangle
Defensive and Escape Techniques
As the name implies, defensive skills are used as defensive skills before the opponent makes them. Escape skill refers to the escape skill made by the opponent who has not completed all the skills, but I have already predicted the skills to be done by the opponent. Under normal circumstances, even if the action has been successful, as long as I can bear it, I can still use the escape technique without surrendering.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu’s Rank and Ribbon
According to the rules of the IBJJF (International Jiu-Jitsu Federation), each level has a fixed time and skill requirements. According to the training time and training level of the trainer, the coach will be given a belt.
Note: The brown Belt can be awarded up to the blue belt
Black Belt Zero degree can be awarded Up to Brown Belt
Black belts with more than two degree can be awarded black belt
Blue Belt to Purple Belt are not teaching
Brown belt can teach jujitsu to children
Brazilian Jiujitsu and celebrity
Paul Walker was brown belt,and was given black belt after his death
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