It demonstrates how a smaller, weaker attacker may subdue a bigger, stronger one utilizing technique and leverage, most notably by executing joint-locks and chokeholds on the other person. BJJ instruction can be utilized for competitive sport grappling (gi and no-gi), mixed martial arts (MMA), or self-defense. Live drilling and sparring, sometimes known as rolling, are important aspects of training. Mitsuyo Maeda, a founder of the Kodokan at the time who went by the alias Conde Koma or Count Coma in English, is credited with creating the art.
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