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What is ShinkenDo Ju-Jutsu?

Shinken-do jujitsu is considered a modern variation.

Specializes in strikes, joint locks, throws, chokes and weapon defenses.

Just as the samurai had to adapt to their environment, Shinkendo Jiu-Jitsu is adaptable and applicable to modern life.

The technique is practical and common sense.

For example, kicking techniques in many forms of martial arts are aimed above the hips.

In the real world, self-defense high kicks have many drawbacks.

Precarious balance, restrictive clothing that doesn't allow high-kick movement are just a few drawbacks.

Kicking techniques in Shinken-do Jiu-Jitsu are intended to be more useful from the hips down. Both young and old can kick low, but not all can kick high.

The Shinkendo jujutsu dojo has a high attendance rate of female members due to its practical, non-sporting techniques. Strikes are aimed at vulnerable targets on the human body.

This method maximizes student behavior while minimizing energy and physical effort.

As a result of its highly effective method, it is widely practiced by British and French Metropolitan Police in the use of control and suppression techniques.


There are no fights in Shinkendo Jiu-Jitsu training.

No initial attack.

Similar to Aikido, students of Shinkendo Jiu-Jitsu focus on finishing attacks as quickly as possible by restraining and controlling the attacker. The aim is to do no harm to attackers by using highly effective defensive techniques while protecting yourself.


Learn appropriate techniques for different attack methods and practice what you learn in a safe, practical, and controllable way.

Training focuses on developing learning techniques and skills rather than strength in order to make Shinkendo Jiu-Jitsu suitable for all ages for men and women.

In training, students are paired and constantly change to understand the different strengths and weaknesses of their training partners.

If you look at a Shinken-do jujitsu class in a few weeks of training, you'll see strikes, takedowns, knives and baton defenses utilized by partners swapping ukemi and tori roles.

While training provides effective self-defense skills, many people today find other benefits such as cardiovascular fitness, improved self-esteem, self-confidence, mental energy regulation, reduced stress, and improved self-discipline. I am studying training for

Practicing Shinken-do brings great benefits to your daily life. Helps you focus and deal with any issues you may face.


How is Shinkendo Jiu-Jitsu different from other martial arts?

Martial arts can be divided into three categories:

A) martial arts,

B) sports,

c) self-defense


martial arts

Forms such as karate, kung fu, aikido, judo, and tai chi are called 'arts' because they are not just combat techniques, but also expressions of oriental 'spiritual' philosophies. This serves the primary purpose of improving individuals not only physically, but more importantly, spiritually.


sports martial arts

Thai boxing, MMA/cage fighting, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, kickboxing, and other similar forms are mostly from the nature of the sport.

The majority of its students do not wear belted martial arts uniforms.

There is no practice on how to defend against common weapons like knives.

In sports martial arts, practice and technique are governed by rules.

Sport combat is useful for self-defense, but has a life expectancy.

It requires youth, strength, fitness and flexibility, and there are few sports forms that cannot be practiced later in life.

Other traditional martial arts forms have turned to a more sporty nature, stripping the essence of the practical technique of self-defense and replacing it with flashy moves meant to impress the judges.


self defense martial arts

Many martial arts systems call themselves self-defense, but in practice this is quite often misunderstood.

Self-defense is not fighting.

Self-defense effectively ends an attack and inflicts minimal or no injury to yourself as well as the attacker.


“Self-defense may see individuals having trouble with the law. Learning the martial arts of self-defense should be within agreement regarding the use of non-violence.

Fighting as a method of self-defense is often seen as operating with the same selfish motives as the perpetrators.


Shinken-do is considered a form of self-defense.

Technique is not a sport. Through intensive study, students first acquire mental skills knowing that the physical body is secondary.

It is a martial arts philosophy and a way of life that creates respect and improves character through discipline, obedience, integrity and friendship. We will improve humanity and create a better society.

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