Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is a discipline that studies the infighting and in particular the development of when it comes to the ground.
It does not provide shots but techniques to control and subdue an opponent even bigger and stronger, using the principles of joint locks and trying to let the technique to prevail on force.
The phase of standing struggle is similar to Judo although different in regulation, while the ground phase is very much based on fixed assets and submissions.
The BJJ is suitable for everyone, men, women and children, and differs from other styles because, in addition to improving the physical condition and coordination, it helps to increase concentration.
Usually the workouts are divided into three phases:
Heating gymnastics, specific exercises suited to the fight, the study of individual techniques and sparring; different preparations are used for competitions where a more intense physical preparation are preferred and a strategy work together with sparring.