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  1. konosan is offline

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     Style: Japanese Jujutsu / aikido

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    How is BJJ different from Judo?

    One of my students called me earlier and told me he had been invited to a BJJ tournament. I asked him if he would be able to strike to the face and he told me no. So my question is. How is this different than Judo? besides the no gi thing.

    And yes, i did search.
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     Style: Taijiquan - Judo

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    Here's a link that should help - http://www.bjj.org/tournaments/rules.html

    Biggest differences between Judo & BJJ tourneys (IMO) are that in Judo you can win outright with one good throw or a holddown for 25 seconds - plus there are no leg locks.
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     Style: Japanese Jujutsu / aikido

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    Hmm! So why not call it Brazilian Judo instead of Ju-jutsu.
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     Style: BJJ and MMA

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    Quote Originally Posted by konosan
    One of my students called me earlier and told me he had been invited to a BJJ tournament. I asked him if he would be able to strike to the face and he told me no. So my question is. How is this different than Judo? besides the no gi thing.

    And yes, i did search.
    BJJ is basically ground judo, or at least thats how i see it. Alot of the subs in BJJ are found in judo as well. Instead of focusing on throws, eventhough bjj does have some, we focus more on the ground game. BJJ came from a mixture of judo and jujutsu.

    if you look at the bjj.org site, which has already been posted, you should find alot of information on the subject.
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    Because Jiu jitsu sounds better. Duh.
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     Style: No-Gi BJJ, Muay Thai

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    Quote Originally Posted by konosan
    Hmm! So why not call it Brazilian Judo instead of Ju-jutsu.
    Why not call Judo Ju-jutsu?
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    The rules are different.
  8. KhorneliusPraxx

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    My head hurts!
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    Quote Originally Posted by konosan
    Hmm! So why not call it Brazilian Judo instead of Ju-jutsu.
    Because that would be a mortal sin that would send your soul straight to hell :5zombie: :laughing7
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    Posted On:
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     Style: Judo

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoninPimp
    The rules are different.
    This is the important bit.

    If your student intends to compete, it's not so important to understand the difference between judo and BJJ, it's more important to understand the rules of the specific tournament.

    The rules for different BJJ tournaments, that I've seen, you can do plain old judo, just don't expect to score the same, or even win.

    As an aside, I'm under the impression that BJJ competition rules are largely not standardized; at least, not as standard as the IJF rules.
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