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Ju Jitsu translates from Japanese, meaning the Gentle Art.
The English writing of the words Ju Jitsu vary from Ju-Jitsu, Jujitsu, Jujutsu, Jiu Jitsu, etc.
They are all the same system phonetically spelt from the Japanese Kanji or character writing.

The art of Ju Jitsu can be traced back over 2000 years and is deeply embedded in Japanese History.
Originally developed by the Warrior Class of Japan (The Bushi or Samurai), Ju Jitsu became the foundation for other combative sports such as Judo, Aikido and some systems of Karate.

Ju Jitsu may be learnt as a method of self defence, a form of exercise, a sport or purely as a martial art.

Ju Jitsu teaches the martial values of discipline, tradition, respect and humility, that can be found in the Samurai code of conduct.
There is also the mental or spiritual side to training,
Ju Jitsu aims to provide its students with a clear and focused mind and a tranquil and unified spirit.
The ultimate aim is to overcome your most powerful adversary, the one person who can stop you from reaching your maximum potential, your own self doubt.