Disclaimer: I do love me some judo and I think it is great, I am just saying that one could make a case of the aikido thing to a certain degree...
You probably still have a point, I may be turning into a pedantic douche. :)
Yea, most beginners should choose a grappling art with more resistance then Aikido has to offer. It takes years to get that sort of sensitivity and you only get it by free grappling.
I did like the way the webpage had some of their curriculum for reference material. The instructor explained the move in great detail but I would have liked to see some free grappling ones as well.
Anyone nearby want to write a review?
I always felt sweeps and counters were the most aikidoy things in my jujitsu experience.
I like to try for renkojime (the goose-neck, come-along wrist lock) when someone is bracing against my jujigatame attempt with their off hand.
A lot of judo and jujitsu guys in my school use judo/jujitsu throws and pins during aikido as well. I like doing kani basami off of wrist locks. Maybe not practical, but it looks sweet!
You guys argueing over the spelling and how Brazilian it is, you seem to be missing that they want it to be pronounced "ˈʒu ˈʒitsu" - zhiu zhitsu (best approximation I can do). It's jiujutsu with the Brazilian accent.
Aki-jujutsu is already a thing, they acknowledge this in their "about" section. They say it's a nick-name, don't read so much into it.