Movies

Movies

Welcome to our movies page. Please note that some of these movies are for ‘fun only’ and do not necessarily reflect the effectiveness of Jujitsu or the techniques used in IAJJ syllabuses. Most of the video footage featured here was shot at demonstration events that the IAJJ participated in during the late 90’s.

Where the original source material still exists, the movies have been converted to larger format flash files. The quality isn’t outstanding but acceptable.

Some of the movies featured here have been left in their originally published quicktime format (original source video no longer exists) so, you may need to download apple’s quicktime plug-in to view those files. Macromedia’s Flash plug-in is required to view all the other non quicktime movies.

 

 

12 Block Basic Kata (quicktime movie)
Basic 12 block beginners kata. Junior students please take note at the speed which this kata is performed, slow and controlled – click here
Black Belt Kata
Performed by Sensei John Dykes. – click here
Park Town & BeechwoodDemonstrations 1998
Club demonstrations at Park Town summer fete 1998
‘multiple attack’ movie – click here
‘knife attacks’ movie – click here
defence with a ‘walking stick’ movie – click here
defence with a ‘tonfa’ movie – click here
defence against ‘belt strangulations’ movie – click here
one ‘armed self-defence’ movie – click here
Basic Hip Throw
Performed by Renshi Steve Rolls. Note the speed of the throw, the strikes and the position of the feet – click here
Leg Throw From Roundhouse Kick
Performed by Sensei Daren Jay: Requires pin point timing – click here
BBC2 ‘See Hear’ Feature (quicktime movie)
This is the complete footage from the BBC2 magazine programme for the ‘deaf’ See Hear. It features Sensei Kevin Brown and his Stopsley club. Contains the original commentary – click here
Sport Ju-jitsu Competition Bout
Footage featuring Jaque Ward (white gi) during a cadet Sport Jujistu bout in Roberttown W. Yorkshire – click here
Junior Back-to-Back Competition Leeds 2005
Short piece of video-phone footage featuring Adelle (gold medal winner in her class) AVI format – click here