Ju-Jutsu: A Comprehensive Guide
As a renowned author and martial arts expert, James Moclair has once again pulled out all the stops on this his latest book. Over the last forty five years James has meticulously studied every aspect of this fantastic art and has now wrote one of the finest books ever written on the subject of Ju-Jutsu. Every single page of this Ju-Jutsu book is full of vital information you will want to know to make your study of martial arts complete. The aim of this book is to provide both the beginner and the skilled practitioners with all the essential information required in the study of Ju-Jutsu and other combative martial arts. This master piece eases you into Ju-Jutsu with an interesting look at its history and its development. The book then continues with superb written and photographic explanations on the basic principles and techniques the art Ju-Jutsu and concludes with some highly practical street self defence techniques that will enlighten even the most experienced martial artists. For the more experienced martial artist’s and those who have read the book several times, the Author has also added a unique summary of at the top of each picture that will help guide you quickly through the various stages of the Ju-Jutsu techniques being applied. In conclusion, it is safe to say this book will never gather dust; it will be your guide and technical companion throughout your study of the martial arts.
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Fourdirection throw i ç shih ƒnage
Entering throw or Enter Body throw
Stranglehold or chokehold techniques
Why are they classed as the same?
How safe are these techniques?
Hadaka jime or naked neck lock
Hadaka jime naked neck lock variation
Myths and Legends
Dim Mak versus Atemi?
Jodan Upper Body Striking Points
What is a Joint lock?
Nagewaza i ç T throwing techniques
Front strangulation into a major hip throw
Downward blow to the head and one arm shoulder throw
Low side blow into neck throwBody drop style Kubi Nage also known as Koshi Guruma 7DDž
Two fast round house punches into a Lifting Pulling Ankle Block JuJutsu style
Front leverage throw from the attack both lapels held
Rear leverage throw from a side blow to the head
Aiki throwing techniques
Thoughts on Aiki
The perfect attack
OkuriEriJime EÕ?332 Sliding collar neck lock
KataHaJime 532 Single wing choke or single wing neck lock
Double sided neck vice strangulation
Reverse Hadaka jime naked neck lock
Selfdefence and unarmed combat
Punching analyses in detail
Front strangulation attack and defence routine
Bear hug at the front arms pinned attack and defence routine
Rear strangulation and defence routine
Rear bear hug attack and defence routine into Ý sanky À a rotational wristlock JuJutsu style
Hand on the shoulder and pull backwards down the stairs
Defence from being smashed or pushed into a wall
Seated attack with cosh or similar weapon
Knife across the throat attack from a seated position
Hand gun attack against the side of the head in a seated position
Mugging on the stairs the attacker has a hand gun
Conclusion of this book
Japanese Terminology and Glossary A through Z
Japanese Terminology phonetically broken down
Aiki Aikido anaerobic exercises Àoor Àow applied atemi attacker’s head attacker’s left attacker’s right arm attacker’s right wrist backward black belt break fall breakfall club curved white arrow dachi defence routine Dojo elbow lock elbow strike forearm block forearm strike forward stance front Geri ghting stance grade grasp a hold groin Hadaka jime naked hand techniques Illustration 19 Illustration 24 illustration 33 indicates the direction Japanese jime naked neck Joint locks Ju-Jutsu Judo Jutsu Kaiten Kata-Ha-Jime kiai knee kick left foot left hand left leg forward martial arts movements are shown naked neck lock Okuri-Eri-Jime oo-key pull push reverse punch right foot right knee right leg right side right st Sensei Shime-waza shoulder lock shown in illustration shows the attacker solar plexus stamp kick straight white arrow strangulation technique strike the attacker tatami throwing techniques training partner Tsuki Uchi upward Waza weapon white arrow indicates white curved arrow