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/ˈjo͞odō/,
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A sport of unarmed combat derived from jujitsu and intended to train the body and mind. It involves using holds and leverage to unbalance the opponent,
  1. A sport of unarmed combat derived from jujitsu and intended to train the body and mind. It involves using holds and leverage to unbalance the opponent


  1. a sport adapted from jujitsu (using principles of not resisting) and similar to wrestling; developed in Japan
  2. is a modern Japanese martial art and combat sport created in Japan in 1882 by Dr Kano Jigoro. Its most prominent feature is its competitive element, where the object is to either throw one's opponent to the ground, immobilize or otherwise subdue one's opponent with a grappling maneuver, or force ...
  3. JUDO is a Java-based integrated development environment designed for children and beginning computer programmers.
  4. A Japanese martial art and sport adapted from jujutsu
  5. "Gentle way." A Japanese art where grown men roll around cuddling each other without apparently doing any damage. These men are often closet Hakama wearers.
  6. Yielding way. Modern budo and combative sport derived from jujutsu. Founded by Jigoro Kano in 1881. (Japanese)
  7. is a modern Japanese martial art and combat sport which means, “gentle way.” It originated in the late 19th century with its competitive element its most prominent feature. ...
  8. A Japanese martial art invented early in the 20th century by Kano Jigoro, based on older styles of ju-jitsu. It has been an Olympic sport since 1964. Japanese for "gentle way."
  9. A Japanese martial art founded in the 19th century. A derivative of jiu-jitsu, both share some of the same history and techniques, though Judo has been refined as more of a sport (striking is not allowed). Judo emphasizes throws and takedowns.
  10. Athletes with visual impairment compete in matches with the same rules used by all international judo competitors. Women athletes competed for the first time in Athens (2004).
  11. A form of wrestling in which clothes are worn by the contestants. The clothes and belt (encircling the waist twice) allow for greater range of technique. ...
  12. A more gentle form of oriental wrestling. Referred to as the "gentle way" it employs grabs, hip and shoulder throws, in addition to arm or leg locks and holds.
  13. sport martial art featuring throwing; founded by Jigoro Kano in the late 19th and early 20th centuries; literally, "gentle way"
  14. Judo means the gentle way and comes from the Japanese character meaning "ju" or gentleness, softness, flexibility and "do" from the Japanese character meaning the way, path or teaching.
  15. (2h)[5], POs ><, FO up, are held at DS shoulder, circle each other, close to (2h)[S] and circle each other again.
  16. way of flexibility; modern martial art
  17. the soft way, or the way to softness
  18. “”Gentle way.” A Japanese art of self-defense and a sport with Olympic recognition. Judo is a method of turning an opponent’s strength and overcoming by skill rather than sheer strength.”
  19. Gentle (Ju) Way (do)
  20. Bending before a superior force to maintain self-control, then counterattacking with prepared reserves to achieve control over the force, like with a Judo wrestler..