Jiu-jitsu is a type of martial arts that come from Japan, and that focuses on grappling. Individuals, such as Nick Bova, who practice this activity use throws and locks to defend themselves on the street or to defeat someone in a competition. If a person decides to practice jiu-jitsu, there are several mental and physical benefits. While some of the benefits are common to all martial arts, there are also quite a few that are specific to “jits” training.
Compared to other types of martial arts, jiu-jitsu training is much more rigorous due to the intensity of grappling. Most sessions include stretching, cardiovascular training, resistance workouts and breathing work. The sessions effective help to build a person’s endurance and strength, while increasing flexibility.
When a person practices jiu-jitsu, they will trip, sweep and throw one another several times during each class. To make it through …