Many people still carry the misconception that martial arts only serve to harm weak people. In specialized gyms, we can often see people who are training because they want to learn for recreational reasons.
According to Professor Bruno Guimaraes from Peak Performance Soul Fighters Jiu-JItsu in Cedar Park Texas, Jiu-Jitsu is currently one of the most sought after martial arts in academies around the globe, but many lay people have a negative view of the sport, while others enroll themselves into the academy to learn how to street fight.
In the past, Jiu Jitsu Martial Art was practiced as a personal defense of the samurais when they were unarmed, today many people struggle with these purposes attached to the philosophy and commandments of the Jiu-Jitsu and only view it martial arts they see in the UFC.
With the growth of MMA – Mixed Martial Arts, the mixture of martial arts, whom the best known and desired championship is UFC, is nothing more than a descendant sport of the VALE TUDO BRASILEIRO (EVERYTHING IS ALLOWED) with a masterful touch of entertainment business, causing many adults, teenagers and even children to worship and hope to get to fight in such an octagon. But this form of fighting, where “gladiators” face each other, delivers a real bloodbath taking the arenas to delirium.
Jiu Jitsu literally translated means Gentle Art. With all martial arts, the purpose is to provide you the ability to improve many aspects of your life. Your health, focus, strength, peaceful nature, confidence and so much more. You will learn how to defend yourself, but the benefits of improving all areas of your life will dominate your training.
MMA is not a sport; it is a mix of all martial arts.
Overall, the learning with this article is Jiu-Jitsu doesn’t encourage people to violence; people encourage violence because of their own personal nature. To learn more visit our academy at 500 Brushy Creek Rd. Ste. 504, Cedar Park, Texas 78613 or call to set an appointment at 512-918-8921