a skill of weaponless self-defense developed in Japan that makes use of punches, keeps, and blows and derives added energy through the attacker's very own weight and energy.
a technique of self-defence established in Japan focusing “jū” (flaccid or mild) “jitsu” (art or technique). Japanese martial art that uses a sizable number of approaches to defense against an opponent.
Brazilian jiu-jitsu, a related art, derived from judo.
identical to jujutsu.
a method of self-defense without tools which was created in Asia and Japan; holds and blows tend to be supplemented by smart use of the attacker's own weight and power