Jiujitsudan gelişmiş, silahsız olarak tutmalara, fırlatmalara, hareketsiz bırakmalara dayanan Japon kökenli dövüş sporu.
Sport adapted from jujitsu and similar to wrestling; developed in Japan.
Japanese martial art founded in the 19th century A derivative of jiu-jitsu, both share some of the same history and techniques, though Judo has been refined as more of a sport Judo emphasizes throws and takedowns.
Gentle or flexible way.
Form of wrestling in which clothes are worn by the contestants The clothes and belt allow for greater range of technique The depth of judo in the use of Tachiwazw and Newaza require skill plus physical and metal fitness being increasingly raised to an extremely high standard In promotion examinations no allowance is conceded to size or weight; success depends solely on the individual's attributes.
Modern martial art system established by Jigoro Kano.
Gentle way ' A Japanese art of self-defense and a sport with Olympic recognition Judo is a method of turning an opponent's strength and overcoming by skill rather than sheer strength.
Gentle way' A Japanese art of self-defense and a sport with Olympic recognition Judo is a method of turning an opponent's strength and overcoming by skill rather than sheer strength.
Competitive martial art and popular world-wide sport created by Dr Jigaro Kano about 100 years ago.
Japanese system of wrestling, developed in the 19th century.
Judo developed from the principles of jujitsu, a weaponless system of self-defense which was developed by Buddhist monks over a period of 2,000 years Jigoro Kano, a Japanese jujitsu expert, created judo in 1882 By dropping some of the more dangerous moves, he created a sport which depends for success upon the skill of using an opponent's own weight and strength against him.