Hey, I'm currently doing Goshindo Jujitsu at my local dojo and been doing that for 4 months. I really like it, but some sessions there is way too little focus on techniques and a lot more on having fun and sometimes even have "competitions" in some sort of cordination. example: Jumping over a big pile of bags and roll on the other side. I know this helps cordination and ofc gives you some strenght. Researching the internet about Jujitsu doesn't really help either since there is so much information from different angles that confuses me. Sometimes we do randori, not too often. So I've been thinking about maybe switching to Judo. Not sure yet though (obviously). How is the sessions at your dojo? Do you do randori? And is it effective in self defense/Street Fight? I really want the martial arts "journey" i'm currently on be useful so if Jujitsu isn't good for a self defense situation I might start doing Judo since I know there is a lot of "alive" training there. Please hit me with some answers!