Judo and jiujutsu
Judo, which means "gentle way" in Japanese, is a martial art created in Japan by Jigoro Kano in 1882. It was derived from the ancient techniques of jiu-jitsu. It is the most widely-practiced martial art in the world, and the second-most practiced sport worldwide behind soccer. The combat sport develops self-discipline and lays its foundation on respect for one's self and others.