Join Date: May 2006
Location: New York City, New York
Yeah, sorry the response took so long.
BJJ is alot of legs, alot of chokes and working the ground for leverage. As demonstrated by Royce Gracie, it is very much a small-man's martial art. What you learn first depends on the teacher, I spent alot of time practicing how to work a guard into a choke or an armbar. BJJ is really good if you're a smaller guy with a Napoleon complex (which I am).
JJJ is alot more spiritual for me, but I also practice Aikido, so I get alot of that. I practice alot of standing pins in JJJ, just because they don't happen as much in BJJ. JJJ is alot more upper body and fits nicely with Judo and Roman-Greco. It also incorporates joint locks and using them in takedowns.
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