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How Jiu Jitsu Can Work Against Multiple Opponents

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How Jiu Jitsu Can Work Against Multiple Opponents

Jiu Jitsu has definitely proven itself against every layman and especially so for the members of the law enforcement. However bjj is often begrudged lack of efficacy for more opponents than one. THis recently unearthed video reveals this to not be the case:

 

But Jiu Jitsu doesn’t work against multiple opponents… from r/bjj

For Law Enforcement Officers there’s an obvious benefit to knowing ground work – aka brazilian jiu-jitsu.

This is what led the England officer Antony Hall to establish something called copjitsu – a jiu-jitsu program specifically for policeman that goes down every Wednesday night.

 

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The general public still might not get just how police benefits from bjj as Hall, a policeman of 12 years, clarified:
People don’t understand the benefits of BJJ in a policing scenario. I think people look at a gi and fail to recognize that you can use a person’s everyday clothing to control them as you would a gi. I don’t feel that people actually understand what grappling is and how is can be used to control a larger opponent or suspect.

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