JUJITSU FEDERATION WORLD [J.J.F.W.]

WORLD GRANDMASTER
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SOKE DR.JAGDISH SINGH KHATRI M.A.Ph.D.

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JU-JITSU & WEAPON OF JUJITSU

Posted by Soke Dr.Jagdish Singh Khatri on January 29, 2015 at 4:35 AM Comments comments (0)

JU-JITSU: is based on take downs ... throws, holds and locks. The Instructor must teach the coordination of technical blocks with foot movements anticipating the attack and following the holding force / lock down or throw.

If the techniques right shot then teaches is easy for the opponent to the practical, easy and secure. Better to teach the technical parts.

Many Instructors has the habit of using excessive force and teaching techniques. If we make an error may occur accident while practicing this art.

Always should learn to do the techniques with less pressure than strength, speed of body movements that will help you convert deadly technique techniques.

Always be cool and calm while practicing ju-jitsu techniques

THE WEAPONS OF JUJITSU

JUJITSU: a martial art that can be traced back more than 2,000 years. It is an effective and comprehensive style of combat that includes strikes, throws and chokes and joint lock and projections. Establishing the recent emphasis on empty-hand jujitsu, historical review helps to explain why weapons were used. Jujitsu was developed as a military skill and its weapons were used to strike an enemy from a distance.

1) Bladed - a weapon with a point or an edge.

2) Chain - a metal rope, usually attached to a stick or edge.

3) Stick - a hand-held piece of wood without a point or edge.

4) Miscellaneous - weapons not fitting into one of the preceding classifications.

Classical weapons training: First weapons are traditionally a part of Jujitsu and many of its empty-hand techniques were developed to use while armed against an armed opponent.

Therefore, weapons training help to development of the speed, timing and concentration. You move much faster and pay more attention in class when your opponent comes after you with a stick.

 

INTERNATIONAL COMBAT MARTIAL ARTS

Posted by Soke Dr.Jagdish Singh Khatri on July 2, 2013 at 7:40 AM Comments comments (0)

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Martial Arts: literally meaning is the “Arts of War” But usually referred as “Fighting Arts” are system of codified practice and traditions of Combat Martial Arts is a practice of Ninjustu, Karate and other different fighting style, It is simply just term used to classify all of them.

Martial Arts known as any of several arts of “Combat and Self Defence” it is a composite of method, technique, philosophy and ideology that defines a system of physical and mental. The Self Defence methods presented in these courses are dangerous and must be practised with powers at mere provocation; Use those methods to defend yourself or someone you believe to be in danger of physical harm.                                                                                                       

Empty unarmed hands: involves the control of the natural body tension, for a slit second your body concentrates its forces for attack at some point on your attacker’s body. The two techniques practical in Self Defence are throwing and falling. Oriental styles of defence into a highly effective method of using the feet as weapons. Wrestling holds are practical in Self Defence situation.

Combat and Self Defence: is made of mixing of all techniques the Kicking techniques are used maximum lower level of the body. The techniques of Combat are used on the weak points of the body (pressure point) there are 44 weak points are in the body located at all the joints of the bones, the nerves carry the blood to circulated towards the body. If the circulation of the blood is stop by using the pressure point automatically your body stop working it becomes loose and you don’t have power to fight, this technique is used in Combat –“Budo Ninjustu/Nepal Arts” It has a strict training with cool mind like the Army & Police training. Weapons are used in this art, but only for Self Defence not to kill or get injured.

ASIAN MARTIAL ARTS

Posted by Soke Dr.Jagdish Singh Khatri on June 13, 2013 at 10:50 AM Comments comments (2)

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‘TITLE’ ASIAN MARTIAL ARTS

The definition of a So-Ke is simply the head (founder or the inheritor) of a martial arts style/system which is based on a Japanese or Okinawan Martial Arts, so is “DO-JU” for Korean and “SI-JO” for Chinese based in Asian Martial Arts. In English one common title also is “Head of Family.”

Sokeship: is a very old Asian certifying system designed to certify ‘HEAD FOUNDERS’ and ‘INHERITORS’ of Asian Martial Arts styles/systems.                                                                                          

Soke: To be named as a “Soke” is the greatest honor one can receive in the Martial Arts. The standards are extremely high, as are the requirements to maintain your rank and affiliation.                                                                                        

Head Founder: are individuals who meet certain minimum requirement and are then formally sponsored / recognized as a first generation founder of their own Martial Arts Style/System. These individuals are expected to devote the remainder of their live building, developing and refining their new arts under the guidance of their sponsoring Head family.                                                                          

Head Families: Those unique individuals who legitimately inherited as Asian Martial Arts System with traceable lineage, Head families are the only ones, according to traditional Asian protocol, who have the authority to be their sponsor or recognize a person who established a new Martial Arts Style/System.             

Inheritor: Those appointed individuals who are selected by the Head Family of the Head Founders to inherit the system once the head passes-away. Since this position can be revoked at the discretion of the head of the System, these individuals have No-Vote in the screening process for candidates seeking sponsorship. Their role is merely a learning one, where they observe the actions of the Head families, preparing them for that day when they assume the position of the Head family.                                                

Advisor: Made up of high ranking Masters who fail to meet sponsorship requirements. Their role is to help screening potential candidate seeking sponsorship for their national review boards. Each member country has its own screening board which is overseen by at least one sponsored or Head Founder.

Many people are confused and even insulted by the terms Soke, Grandmaster, Hanshi, Doctor, Professor and Shih an. These are simply the terms of address and respect used for and among system heads. Some of the great founding fathers of the Martial Arts were referred to by similar titles, for example: Dr.Jigoro Kano and Prof. Morihei Uyeshiba.

Recognizes Your Rank and System: The International Budo Do Federation, the International Council of Headmasters & Sokeship Renmei, the International Head Families, Alliance, and some other Organizations

Dai Sensei: Sensei is a Japanese word that basically means “person born before another” in general usage it means “Master” or “Teacher” and the word is used as a Title to refer to or address teachers, professors, professionals of authority. “Dai” which means “Great” or “Large” is often translated “Grand master”. This term “Dai Sensei” is sometimes used to refer to the top Sensei in particular School or Tradition.                     

 Meijin (shogi): literally translated, means “Brilliant Man.” It is one of the seven titles in Japanese professional shogi and is the most prestigious title, along with Ryu-oh. The word “Meijin” means “an excellent person” in a certain field. “Mei” means excellent, artful, “jin” means person, The Meijin institution started in the 17th century (Edo period) but the person who assumed the Meijin position was selected by succession. It is also refers to a traditional Japanese title, during the Edo period.

By: World Grand Master

 Soke (Guru) Prof/Dr.Jagdish Singh Khatri                                             

 


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