Karate, Judo and Jiu-Jitsu for Women
(, June 12, 2020)
This book is a manual intended for training three simple and precise combat techniques, called Martial Arts in ancient Japan. But let's hurry to determine that these are not brutal sports, as some people believe. It is rather a question of the sciences that provide the human being with strength, reflexes, agility, softness, harmoniously adding intelligence and physical vigor. The practice of any of these three noble Japanese sports is useful and exciting for women. They are sports of great educational interest in agility and physical resistance and. As personal defense, they are truly effective sciences and without a doubt the most complete that is known in this regard.Judo is the path of flexibility; Jiu-Jitsu the art of flexibility and karate (kara: void; te: hand) is the technique par excellence of clean-hand combat.All three sports, like Kung Fu, the Chinese equivalent of these defense and attack arts, were kept secret for centuries. But since the dawn of the present century these practices have spread considerably throughout the world, so that today there are countless cultists of these ancient arts, already adopted as sports. Sports that, as we have said, provide strength, promote mental agility and sharpen reflexes. In other words, strengthening the organism and the spirit. Practiced with the rules of sports, they are pleasant and useful techniques, since they also offer their cultists a noble fighting spirit (so necessary in daily life) and the art of defending themselves with minimal effort; that is, sports worthy of the remote noble art of the samurais, worthy lords of the Japanese nobility who fought without weapons and only in the service of noble causes and as conceived by the great masters of the current world, Eastern and Western. They are sports, then, that can be defined as forgers of the Human Being, always in search of the Truth of the supreme ideal; because it lends modesty, the idea of justice and self-sacrifice. In other words, INITIATION.