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Japanese Ju-Jutsu By Phillip Jackson
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Japanese Ju-Jutsu By Phillip Jackson
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Scientific Jiujitsu by Mori Ohashi By Martial Arts Reconstruction Organization
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In an era when Japanese Jiu-Jitsu was only beginning to become known in the Europe and America, Mori Ohashi's Jiu-Jitsu manual was one of the first published in the West. Ohashi's system includes... More > throws, locks, submissions, "pressure points", and a wide variety of unique conditioning exercises. Definitely useful for the vintage Jiu-Jitsu aficionado< Less
Tricks of Self-defence: A Useful Book for Everybody By W. H. Collingridge
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Until the publication of 'Tricks of Self-Defence' in about 1910, most, if not all, of the English language books on jujitsu and connected martial arts dealt more with the systems in question. These... More > were often quite complicated and took time to master. W. H. Collingridge’s concept was to publish a more practical, illustrated textbook for the everyday person in the street, outlining the effective applications that anyone can easily pick up in order to defend themselves. The result was this book which graphically outlines thirty-three ‘Standing Positions’, and nine ‘Ground Tricks’. All of these require little space to practise and notably some use arm or wrist grappling, while applying pressure to nerve or pressure points. In these respects, 'Tricks of Self-Defence, A Useful Book for Everybody', is considered to be the first of its genre in English to record Japanese techniques of applied practical self-defence.< Less
Jujutsu in Japan to Brazilian Jiu-jitsu in America By Daniel DiMarzio
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Japanese Jujutsu and Judo are the predecessors of modern-day Brazilian Jiu-jitsu. Brazilian Jiu-jitsu has swept the martial arts world by storm, proving itself as one of the most effective fighting... More > systems on the planet. This book takes a look at training in traditional Jujutsu in Japan under Japanese martial arts expert Yasushi Kiyomoto. It compares these experiences with training in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu under National Champion and 2nd degree black belt, Brad Court in America. This book isn't about techniques, but rather what these training experiences are like and how these two martial arts relate and differ from one another. “Among the students of jujutsu and kindred arts themselves, it frequently happens that bones are broken or dislocated, sinews wrenched, and obstinate adversaries choked into insensibility.” -E.J. Harrison (1873- 1961) The Fighting Spirit of Japan< Less
Tricks of Self-Defence, A Useful Book for Everybody (Collector's Edition) By W. H. Collingridge
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Probably the 1st English book to record the use of pressure points in self-defence. This historic work was a breakthrough in its day & remains a classic. Until the publication of 'Tricks of... More > Self-Defence, A Useful Book for Everybody', in about 1910, most of the English books on jujitsu and connected martial arts dealt more with the systems in question. These were often quite complicated & took time to master. W. H. Collingridge's concept was to publish a practical, illustrated textbook for the everyday person, outlining the effective applications that anyone can easily pick up for self-defence. The result was this book, which graphically outlines 33 ‘Standing Positions’, and 9 ‘Ground Tricks’. All of these require little space to practise and notably some use arm or wrist grappling, while applying pressure to nerve points. In these respects, 'Tricks of Self-Defence, A Useful Book for Everybody', is considered to be the 1st of its kind in English to record Japanese techniques of applied practical self-defence.< Less
Combat Without Weapons By Captain E. Hartley Leather
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Despite his endorsement of violent acts against humans, as described in “Combat Without Weapons”, Hartley Leather was a lay reader and freemason. How he wrestled with aggression v.... More > faith is conjectural, but his booklet was innovative when gallantry in self-defense ruled. Historically, the basis for the killing methods he proposed probably first saw light in Britain when the Anglo-Indian, engineer, Edward William Barton-Wright, founded the Bartitsu School of Arms in London in 1898. In 1900, Barton-Wright invited the Japanese jujitsu expert, S. K. Uyenishi, to teach at his school. Uyenishi soon began teaching extreme versions of jujitsu to British officers, before returning to Japan in 1908. Following the sowing of these first seeds, jujitsu techniques spread throughout the British Isles and abroad. Although Uyenishi had taught his own “Ju-Jutsu” as a recreational activity, it was probably from his jujitsu techniques combined with “Bartitsu” applications that unarmed combat for killing developed.< Less

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Referral Mastery Referral Mastery By Joe Stumpf
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