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History
German Ju-Jutsu is a martial art related to traditional Japanese jujutsu, developed in Germany in the 1960s using techniques from jujutsu, judo, karate and various other traditional and modern martial arts. Its governing body in Germany is the DJJV (Deutscher Ju-Jutsu Verband); its competitive sport aspects are coordinated internationally by the JJIF (Ju-Jitsu International Federation). The system is taught to the German police forces.
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Style
German ju-jutsu includes atemi, elbow techniques, kicks, knee strikes, throws, ground techniques (taken from judo), various locks, pressure points, and armed techniques, among others, covering all distances. Training includes defense against multiple opponents. Even in the early days, because of the art's mixed origin, practitioners combined strikes and blocks from karate, judo-style throws and grappling techniques, as well as aikido-style joint locks.
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Videography

Ju-Jutsu (DJJV) - Effektive Selbstverteidigung

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V Otwarte Mistrzostwa Polski Full-Contact Ju-Jutsu w Bytomiu

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Ju Jutsu European Championship Duo

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Ju-Jutsu 1. DAN Test

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German Championships 2011 The Highlights

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Ju-Jutsu WM Jugend & German Open 2007

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