Evidence Based Jiujitsu?

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  1. King Creatine Purple Belt

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    Research Nerd/Jiujitsu Players... I need some help. Anybody know of any research (preferably evidence based) on the efficacy of jiujitsu?
     
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  6. Dogstarman Old man jiu jitsu

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    Lol. I remember this video. That guy is terrible.
     
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    Is this the funposting thread?

     
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    Not sure what you are looking for. Effectiveness is subjective. People defending themselves against people in a one on one unarmed situation? How breaking arms, dislocateing shoulders, elbows ect.. effects a fight. 1 vs multiple attackers. Man vs weapon? Ground fighting only?

    There is a lot to effectiveness.
     
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    I don't know or think there would be any research on the topic. I'd be astonished if there were any papers or studies done on self defense statistics based by martial art.
     
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    Good luck getting an IRB approval for that study and getting statistical significance at the same time
     
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    What would evidence for efficacy look like? Seems a stupid question without detauls
     
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    There are a lot more armed assaults with blunt objects, and it is a lot easier to wrestler over a bat than wrestle over a blade. 99.9% of the time, when wrestling over a knife, the guy with the handle wins.

    So I guess you have to pick the right tactics for the right weapon.

    In before someone posts some dumb ass teaching a wrestling two on one against a knifer.
     
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