The School of Leadership, teaching the Next generation of leaders 

The definition of the word DUX is leader, general

Dux is Latin for "leader". The definition of the word Ryū -流, -ryū, mainly used as a suffix meaning style, type, form, manner, system, school, a school of thought is a Japanese kanji referring to a school in any discipline.


Literally, the meaning of the style name is the "School of Leadership" or 

"The School of the Leader of Leaders" 

What is Jiu-Jitsu

Japanese old style jujutsu, or Nihon koryu jujutsu, dates back to the Muromachi period in Japan between 1333 and 1573. This old-style of martial arts training was focused on teaching the unarmed or very lightly armed warrior to fight a heavily armed warrior. This led to the teaching of a significant amount of grappling, throwing, restraining, and weaponry skills to Samurai.

Eventually, jujutsu evolved, changing with the times to the jujitsu seen today. Keeping with the history and traditions of the Samurai and their realism brought into the modern world thus

Dux Ryu Jiu-Jitsu was born.  

What is DRJJ?

 The first known uses of jujitsu were actually on the battlefield by the samurai. While these warriors would still use weapons in battle, jujitsu was an effective form of defense in situations where hand-to-hand combat was necessary, such as when a weapon was lost.

 Traditional jujitsu is often regarded as one of the earliest types of martial arts to ever be taught. It was a large influence in the development of judo, Dux Ryu Jiu-Jitsu, and Brazilian jiu-jitsu. 

Although jujitsu is hundreds of years old, it still relies on many of its original principles and techniques.

 Since this martial art was originally developed for samurai, Japanese jujitsu and it's evolution Dux Ryu Jiu-Jitsu is for real-life combat situations. Dux Ryu Ju-Jitsu is taught in a traditional setting where discipline is greatly valued.