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The person is perfectly correct, except with the last sentence. I guess this is a semantical problem. You can say "X branched off from/of Y", which says X is a descendant of Y, or "X branched away from Y", which just means they share roots and developed in different directions. Steve said the latter (common root: classical Kodokan Judo, ...


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If you think of martial arts as a tree, we have Judo(old) with descendants Judo(today) and BJJ(today). The other person is saying that Judo(today) is not the same as Judo(old). The groundwork in Judo(old) looks more like the groundwork in BJJ(today) because Judo(today) has changed. You seem to be focused on the precise wording, which could be improved ...


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In my opinion, after splitting from the jujitsu schools, judo was softener, by eliminating the need to use of the aggressive approach to learn techniques.After that, many children's here allowed by their parents to go to the judo school. Even though the change of the name from jiu-jitsu to judo has done to eliminate all the confusion about this new soft art ...


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