Want to take up a grappling art but which one?

Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by Dayuum, Oct 11, 2010.

  1. Dayuum Orange Belt

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    I've been boxing for 2 years now and I'm sick of it. I love the sport itself but my wrists just can't handle it. Every time I train seriously I end up injuring my wrists

    Anyway, the ones they offer here are Aikido,Judo and Jiujutsu (No BJJ unfortunately)
     
  2. tysnw Brown Belt

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    Judo's kuzushi (breaking of balance) may be a bit harsh on the wrists sometimes..

    I did an osoto gari the other day and my right wrist (previously injured) made this huge crack sound and was pain like hell.
     
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  3. 256 Purple Belt

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    try them all and see what you like best.
     
  4. nefti Red Belt

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    judo
     
  5. Gregolian .45 ACP Platinum Member

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    What this guy said.

    I this summer initially was gonna choose either BJJ or Judo and now end up doing both as well as working with my school's wrestling club.
     
  6. 420mma White Belt

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    Judo.
     
  7. hughes fan Silver Belt

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    If there's no BJJ then I would be careful of other JJ styles because there are some that happen to be self defence and work quite a lot on small joint manipulation for extra leverage, which just so happens to include your wrists.
     
  8. SuperSuperRambo Steel Belt

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    Judo.
     
  9. Sprawla007 White Belt

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    you should learn how to punch properly, then you might stop hurting your wrists.

    But bjj is a good grappling art to learn
     
  10. risingD Guest

    this...


    It doesnt depend on what people say it only depends on what you like most
     
  11. RacerX Orange Belt

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    Do Judo. It's the only one of them that is has consistent instruction and live training. You wrists will get stressed in any of them, but it's different from the impact of boxing.
     
  12. Butler Orange Belt

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    Out of that selection, Judo will be a clear choice for most.
     
  13. Lutador011 Blue Belt

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    Try them all, and then do Judo
     
  14. Red Shadow V2.0 White Belt

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    you should learn how to read properly, then you might stop sounding like an ass.

    To OP's question, Judo.
     
  15. mweaver123 Yellow Belt

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  16. ArchAngelos Blue Belt

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    Judo will toughen up your wrists. Grip fighting is probably going to improve your wrists for boxing bro.

    Good luck.
     
  17. ChiliDavis65 Blue Belt

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    This.
     
  18. highCdouble White Belt

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    just do the judo already :)
     
  19. Ranger I'm getting too old for this sht

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    No brainer, Judo. But watch lots of old Seagal movies too.
     
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    catch wrestling
     

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