Since Brazilian Ju Jitsu and Kodokan Judo unquestionably comes from the same root. Alfredo Araujo a Brazilian Ju Jitsu black belt and Judo 6th Dan Black belt. Decided to unify or merge both of Judo and Brazilian Ju Jitsu techniques in his gym coaching training due to the efficiency from each of this modalities. Both modalities can improve each others technical quality. Brazilian Ju Jitsu prime for efficient techniques on the submission ground grappling.. However on the other side Kodokan Judo prime its techniques out of standing take down grappling. In that way if a Brazilian Ju Jitsu practitioner learns how to improve its stand up techniques as it is developed in Kodokan Judo. Consequently, the Brazilian Ju Jitsu practitioner will have more tools to develop its game since BJJ starts its combat fight out of standing position. Therefore the fusion of Judo/BJJ style will give more efficiency into the BJJ and consequently better results to the BJJ style as whole. BJJ so much need more accurate take downs to drive the fight to the ground grappling submission. In fact the knowledge along with the training of how to break balance in stand up fight to make a smoother transition to the ground elects the BJJ practitioner to develop more confidence in its stand up grappling and automatically more tools to succeed his/her game as whole and to submission.