The Hierarchy of Jiu Jitsu Belts

A customized uniform of Gi is being offered by each of the training centers with distinguishing logo of the facility on the back . It could be mistaken for a tactic to promote the center but it offers for a unique mark during training and drills .

Part of the uniform is the Jiu Jitsu Belts which should be worn properly that is high enough on your waist to close the front of your Gi . Pride and honor accompanies the wearing of the colored belts as it indicates the level of your training. The two ends of the belt should be hanging on equal length guided by the proper ways how to tie your Jiu Jitsu Belts .

Each colored Jiu Jitsu Belts corresponds to a level of skill, and mastering of certain techniques . Beginners usually are given with white belts, with the ranks moving through yellow, orange and then green eventually . And from black belts of student ages 15 and above, they also start with white, followed by blue, purple and brown.

The white stripes on the colored belts identifies the skills from each rank . The last stripe is awarded to the student before he gets elevated to a new rank, with the belts of the student usually have 1 to 4 horizontal stripes. Having the black belt from the Jiu Jitsu Belts means that he has mastered all the techniques and winning all your competition . When other martial arts have been using formal testing to promote the rank of a fighter, Jiu Jitsu based it on from the results of practice and competition. Black is usually used in each level but it has been elaborated more into some angles. The Black designation from the Jiu Jitsu Belts with a single red stripe is recognition that you have reached the eight degree which is not usually attained . In Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, red belt informs of the ultimate rank . The ninth and tenth degree of black belts wore the red belt the same to those few of the skilled practitioners.

From time to time, this system is different from the one that martial arts system has been using.