-To persevere in spite of difficulty or injury.
-To take a beating and still remain conscious after a fight win or loose.
coined by Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira "Big Nog" in an ring side interview by Joe rogan when he said he would bring "good jujitsu" to the UFC
-A person who breaks his leg during a marathon and still finishes the race has "good jujitsu".
-A person who injures himself at work and still finishes his job has "good jujitsu".
by randy June 24, 2008

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