Jiu Jitsu

Japanese Jiu-Jitsu (practiced as Judo) was introduced to the Gracie family in Brazil around 1914 by Esai Maeda, who was also known as Conde Koma. Maeda was a champion of Jiu-Jitsu and a direct student of Kano, at the Kodokan in Japan. He was born in 1878, and became a student of Judo (Kano’s Jiu-Jitsu) in 1897.

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Teach, Learn, Share, Care, Grow & Succeed.
Spread Jiu Jitsu, Kindness, Self Defense, Courage, Self Awarness, Bullyproof Life, Discipline, Lifestyle & Art all over Israel.

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"When you see a good move, look for a better one"
Emanuel Lasker
World Chess Champion
"If you think, you are late, if you are late, you use strenght, if you use strenght, you get tired, if you get tired, you die."
Saulo Ribeiro
Multiple Times World Champion

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