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Geometry In Jiu Jitsu

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Kellie Beadle

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By: Kellie Beadle
November 19, 2012 Geometry In Jiu Jitsu When it comes to Jiu Jitsu, it's not what the average person thinks it is, it's much more than that. It's a highly technical and male dominant sport. Most think that your just trying to knock the living crap out of each other but that's not technically true. The main thing that separates Jiu Jitsu from Karate, Kickboxing, and MMA, is that in Jiu Jitsu specifically, no striking is aloud. Back Story! Geometry can be found in Jiu Jitsu everywhere. With throws, you need to know the angles of positioning the feet to maintain balance. With sweeps, you need to know proper positioning of feet and hand grips. With foot positioning, you base it off of specific angles and measurements from the opponents body. You also need to know the appropriate amount of force and torque to go through with the sweep. With the hand grips, angles, torque, and force need to be applied based off the specific sweep, direction, wanted distance, and wanted end point. Geometry! In Jiu Jitsu you have the "In the gym Life Style" and then you have the "Outta the gym Life Style." With the "In the gym Life Style" it only applies when your working out, training, or drilling. That's wear all the angles and whatnot comes in. But with the "Outta the gym Life Style" you have to consider everything that doesn't take place in the gym. That applies to diets, especially before tournaments. The higher the rank and bracket, the more seriously competitors will handle their training, dieting, and observing. With the dieting many competitors will do anything to drop weight in the weeks heading up to the competition. Some people work strictly on cardio, burning more than whats being brought in, some go on crazy cleansing diets- protein diets, 0-Carb diets, etc,- and some just eat less and some eat smaller meals more often. when considering the choices more proportions, ratios, and measurements are used than most people know. Life Style! There are many times when Trig is used in Jui Jitsu, most people just don't notice or understand it. for instance you would think that if you were building a cage or ring that you would just measure it off but some people actually use trig! (hard to believe right?!) Trigonometry! Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) is a martial art, combat sport, and a self defense system that focuses on grappling and especially ground fighting. Judo (take-downs, throws, etc) was brought to Brazil by Mitsuyo Maeda. BJJ promotes the concept that a smaller, weaker person can successfully defend against a bigger, stronger assailant by using leverage and proper technique – most notably by applying joint-locks and chokeholds to defeat the other person. What is Jiu Jitsu? There will always be math in jui jitsu, for instance, you must have each specific belt for a specific number of days, maybe even years. Also needed to move up rank you need to know a specific amount of certain moves. Math! BJJ training can be used for sport grappling tournaments (gi and no-gi) and mixed martial arts (MMA) competition or self-defense. Sparring (commonly referred to as "rolling") and live drilling play a major role in training, and a premium is placed on performance, especially in competition, in relation to progress and ascension through its ranking system. Jiu Jitsu is a Combat Submission sport, in which- in retrospect, more time is spent on the ground instead of standing. With Jiu Jitsu you must consider angle and trajectory when training and competing. Plus you must also consider force, torque, and pressure appliance in what could be a pretty stressful and uncomfortable situation. With the dieting many competitors will do anything to drop weight in the weeks heading up to the competition. Some people work strictly on cardio, burning more than whats being brought in, some go on crazy cleansing diets- protein diets, 0-Carb diets, etc,- and some just eat less and some eat smaller meals more often. when considering the choices more proportions, ratios, and measurements are used than most people know. There are also Belt and Gi measurements. When you buy a Gi a white belt usually comes with it, but you need to know what size so its not to big or too small. If its too big, it falls off, if it's too small, you cant move. When most use trig to build cages and rings they normally use it to make sure everything lines up correctly, angles and distances, especially if they are putting one together for the first time or if they are adding pieces. Most rings are hexagonal or octagonal. Of course when building one you have to consider proportions, ratios, side lengths and angle measurements. The End! Credits: Google Images http://www.wikipedia.org Common Knowledge mokurendojo.com http://www.guardianmma.com/
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