Martial Arts at Goshin Ju Jitsu of Lakewood Ranch

A great deal of time in Goshin Jujitsu is teaching techniques in the context of “attack scenarios.” When practicing the techniques, the Tori is the person that is usually performing the defense technique, and the Uke is the aggressor, including defenses from wrist, shoulder, and lapel grabs, from pushes, running charges, bear hugs, chair defenses, and defense of chokes and headlocks, as well as multiple attackers. There will be times
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Martial Arts Training at Goshin Ju Jitsu of Lakewood Ranch

Goshin Jujitsu prioritizes street-effectiveness over flash in our martial arts training. While elbow strikes, and hand-strikes such as jabs, hooks and uppercuts are a core part of training, it’s generally not good strategy to repeatedly trade blows with somebody at close-range, particularly when the aim is self-defense. A better idea is to use strikes as a setup and use Jujitsu as the fight-stopper. Joint locks (and assorted restraining/submission techniques), chokes,
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What it means to fight like a girl

We’ve all heard the phrase, “Fight like a girl” at some point of our life. What does this really mean? Society views women as the weaker of the two between male and female. While there may be some physical size differences between some males and females, this isn’t always true. This mindset has caused females to be unjustly victimized. However, Jiujitsu has helped women regain the self-defense control that they
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7 Jiu Jitsu Drills You Should Practice Daily

Jiu Jitsu, also known as Ju Jitsu, Ju Jutsu, and Jujitsu is an ancient martial art used by the Samurai warriors of Japan. The art itself consists of punches, kicks, throws, ground-grappling, and sometimes, weapons. Jiu-Jitsu is based on using leverage, so extreme strength is not needed. Learn more about Jui Jitsu, as well as daily Jiu Jitsu moves everyone should practice. Jiu Jitsu is a less-aggressive form of self-defense
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Goshin Japanese Ju Jitsu

By: Cindy Rhategan I got my start in martial arts about 15 years ago while searching for a tae kwon do facility for my daughter, Justine. After choosing a school and observing Justine taking class, I thought this would be a good way to exercise and learn some self defense at the same time. My husband, Sean, agreed since his job had him traveling quite a bit at that time.
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Arnis de mano: Filipino Stick Fighting

Arnis de Mano is considered to be one of the famous martial arts known in the Philippines. This type of martial art most probably uses stick or bladed weapon during the training and fighting. It’s a simple yet practical type of combat strategy originally designed for self-defense purpose. Arnis de Mano is known to have different names within the various areas in the Philippines. Some of its names are pananadata,
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How Goshin Jujitsu Builds Your Confidence

Goshin JuJitsu is aimed at building student’s confidence. Sparring with an oppenent or just simply coming to training classes takes an act of confidence. This mentally toughens a student. Forcing one to learn to focus while under pressure and accomplish one’s goals. These skills are valuable life long tools for success outside the dojo. To learn how Goshin Jujitsu can help build your confidence contact us
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Meet Our Sensei, Jim Campbell

Sensei Jim Campbell has been studying martial arts for over 35 years. From kickboxing with Paul Ellis (former Florida State Kickboxing Champion) in 1985 to, most recently, perusing his 3rd Dan black belt in Jujitsu from Grand Master Bob Malvagno in New York, he has always shown a true passion for the martial arts. His focus is to improve the practical self defense capabilities of his students. Sensei Jim Campbell
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