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Jiu Jitsu White Belt

Jiu Jitsu white Belts are considered to be the beginners in the sport.

It is the first belt that a Jiu Jitsu practitioner will earn after starting to learn the techniques and principles of the art. The white belt is a symbol of purity and demonstrates that the practitioner is new to the sport and has a lot to learn.

Jiu Jitsu is a martial art that focuses on grappling and ground fighting. It is considered to be one of the most effective self-defense systems in the world. Jiu Jitsu practitioners use leverage and technique to submit their opponents.

The art originated in Japan and was later brought to Brazil by Mitsuyo Maeda. Jiu Jitsu white belts will typically start by learning the basic techniques and principles of the art. They will learn how to properly execute basic moves such as the guard, mount, and escape from bad positions. As they progress, they will learn more advanced techniques such as submissions and take-downs.

The journey to a Jiu Jitsu black belt is a long and difficult one. It takes years of dedication and hard work to reach the highest level in the sport. Jiu Jitsu white belts should enjoy the process and focus on learning as much as they can. With time and practice, they will develop into skilled practitioners and eventually earn their black belt.

List of Jiu Jitsu belts and color ranking

1 White Belt

2 Blue Belt

3 Purple Belt

4 Brown Belt

5 Black Belt