How To: Ju Jitsu

A five-step guide to Harvard-Westlake’s only martial art.

An Art of Self-Defense

Ju-Jitsu’s primary function is a means of self-defense. Those who participate in the martial arts, called Ju-jitsukas, are trained to use good judgement and self-restaint in their confrontations and will use violence only as a last resort to bring a situation under control. Moves in Ju-Jitsu fall in five defensive categories: striking, throwing, strangulation, joint locking and pressure points.
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