Jiu Jitsu

3 Modes of Fighting in Quantum Jiu Jitsu

There are 3 modes of fighting in Quantum Jiu Jitsu namely Out-Fighting, In-Fighting and Ground Fighting. If you want to be a good fighter, you have to be an expert in all three.

Out-Fighting is combat before you clinch. It consists of combinations, defense, movement, strikes and stance.

When you are on the offense, you have to throw a combination of punches and kicks so the opponent is not able to protect himself. You have to make each shot count by letting the power come from both your weight and momentum.

Naturally, whoever you are fighting is not just going to stand there and take your hits. He or she will also do their share to inflict pain so you have to know how to defend yourself by learning some blocks and evasions. The most common is being able to keep your hands up and absorb the blow.

Movement is part of defense and offense. By staying on the balls of your feet, you will be able to switch direction and change levels. The best way to practice that is to do this in front of a mirror with some music playing. If you notice, you dance to the rhythm and this is very similar when you are engaged in a conflict.

The foundation of Out-Fighting is the strike and this is best achieved with a combination of punches and strikes. This is most effective when you are able to knockout your opponent and you can learn this in the form of complex individual techniques.

Lastly, is the stance. Just like a boxer, you have to keep your heads up and your chin down. While it is hard to say which one is best, you should only use whichever is most comfortable with you.

The second mode of Quantum Jiu Jitsu is In-Fighting. The difference here is that this is combat after you clinch. This consists of the clinch, defense, shoots, strikes, throws and takedown.

The clinch is the foundation of In-Fighting because this will allow you to control your opponent. From there, you will be able to throw a series of punches or kicks and this can only be achieved with a relatively straight posture otherwise, you will technique will not be very effective.

You might think that strikes, shoots and throws here is the same in Out-fighting. That is partly true except for the fact that the techniques used are for close quarters combat. As for the takedown, a knockout is classic example. Just make sure you end it in a control position.

As for defense, you can do this with a grip and body position. It is important to get your hips out while fighting for control and not get pulled in a bent position since your torque power relies on an upright posture so keep your head up and chin down.

The last mode of Quantum Jiu Jitsu is Ground Fighting and this happens when you hit the floor. This consists of the same things as In-Fighting with the addition of transitions. This is achieved by learning how to change and adapt that will allow you to have dominant control over your opponent.

Anyone can learn Quantum Jiu-Jitsu. By learning these three modes of fighting, you will be able to win over your opponent.