The 753 code is broken into 3 sections- The 7 Virtues of a Warrior, The 5 Keys of Health, and the 3 States of Mind.
The 7 Virtues of a Warrior
The 7 Virtues of a Warrior help to guide the jiujiteiro in his interactions with others. With these virtues in mind we can hope to do right by others and ourselves, and not allow our training to falsely inflate our ego, sense of power and importance.
- Rectitude (morally correct behavior or thinking; righteousness.)
- Courage (the ability to do something that frightens one; bravery)
- Benevolence (the quality of being well meaning; kindness.)
- Politeness/Propriety (behavior that is respectful and considerate of other people)
- Honesty/Sincerity (the absence of pretense, deceit, or hypocrisy.)
- Honor (the quality of knowing and doing what is morally right)
- Loyalty (strong support or allegiance)
The 5 Keys to Health
The 5 Keys to Health assist us in ensuring that we are at our most physically fit, so our training does not suffer.
- Rational Nutrition
- Sensible Exercise
- Efficient Rest
- Proper Hygiene
- Positive Attitude
The 3 States of Mind
The 3 States of Mind guide our inner relationship, so that we will think with clear mindedness and wisdom.
- Zanshin –(Alertness/Awareness (can also be considered as Preparedness))
- Mushin – (Clear Mind)
- Fudoshin – (Emotional Balance)