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Published on Apr 17, 2012
The Swedish Ju-jutsu Federation, SJJF, (in Swedish "Svenska Ju-jutsuförbundet, SJJF") was formed by some Ju-jutsu clubs in 1991. The first years there were no activities within the association. During the fall 1998 the SJJF was transformed into an organization for the clubs training the style Ju-jutsu Kai. Since then the SJJF is the organization taking care of all Ju-jutsu Kai-matters in Sweden.
Ju-jutsu training is fun and variable. It covers for example: takedowns, throws, punches, kicks, blocks, joint-locks, ground fighting and more (children's training does not include punches and kicks). We use different colours on our belts in order to differ the skills and knowledge of Ju-jutsu students. We begin with a white belt, and then follow yellow, orange, green, blue, brown and a black belt. The black belt is devided into 10 degrees (Dan).
The Ju-jutsu Kai training and grading manual (syllabus) is also availible in english.