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The Basics of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu By Michael Williams
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Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is an increasingly popular Martial Art with a proven and tested method for self-defence and as a sport. This publication gives a brief history of the art, advice on finding a... More > suitable Do Jo and some considerations that you should give before you join a club. Learn a few simple techniques. Learn about the rules of the Do Jo, what equipment you may require etc. You will find this a very useful document if you are a complete novice or you are considering your options with regard to learning a Martial Art. Not reccommended for anyone above novice level.< Less
American Jiu Jitsu By Len Lanius
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Born about 1865 in Cincinnati, Len Lanius began wrestling around the age of 12, eventually wrestling on the Vaudeville circuit before retiring and joining the Sports staff with the Cincinnati Post.... More > Lanius claimed to have held the title of Lightweight Champion Wrestler of the World, which would have been around 1890.After the famous Gotch-Hackenschmidt matches of 1908, Lanius started developing his “American Jiu Jitsu.” In his own words, “it was the invasion of the Jap wrestlers around that time that put me to work on perfecting a style of defense to check their attack. Their methods were quite baffling.”In March of 1921, Lanius demonstrated his creation, “Yankee Jiu Jitsu,” to the Rotary Club and, again in June of 1921, he demoed his Jiu Jitsu to the Kiwanis. In 1922 he published this book, “American Jiu Jitsu.”Special thanks to Jason Couch and the Martial History Magazine at: http://martialhistory.com for making the original of this document available for republishing.< Less
American Jiu Jitsu By Len Lanius
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Born about 1865 in Cincinnati, Len Lanius began wrestling around the age of 12, eventually wrestling on the Vaudeville circuit before retiring and joining the Sports staff with the Cincinnati Post.... More > Lanius claimed to have held the title of Lightweight Champion Wrestler of the World, which would have been around 1890.After the famous Gotch-Hackenschmidt matches of 1908, Lanius started developing his “American Jiu Jitsu.” In his own words, “it was the invasion of the Jap wrestlers around that time that put me to work on perfecting a style of defense to check their attack. Their methods were quite baffling.”In March of 1921, Lanius demonstrated his creation, “Yankee Jiu Jitsu,” to the Rotary Club and, again in June of 1921, he demoed his Jiu Jitsu to the Kiwanis. In 1922 he published this book, “American Jiu Jitsu.”Special thanks to Jason Couch and the Martial History Magazine at: http://martialhistory.com for making the original of this document available for republishing.< Less
Jiu Jitsu For The Executive Gentleman By Samuel Franklin McCoy Jr.
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Do you want to learn how to take down that 20 year old punk in the office or cubicle next to yours? Here’s your chance to make your Jiu Jitsu game as strong as your portfolio or as sharp as... More > your business skills. By reading and training along with this book, you can learn how to defend yourself, get into better shape and improve your overall appearance. This book can help you to become healthier and increase your self- confidence without getting hurt.< Less
A Complete Course of Jiu Jitsu By Craig Mutton MacAvram
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Learn self defense from the man who taught President Theodore Roosevelt. Large pages with 91 easy-to-follow photo illustrations in 27 lessons make learning easy. Thoroughly Americanized, this book... More > takes the mysticism out of the Japanese art of Jiu Jitsu.< Less
Conquering Jiu Jitsu: The Essential Guide for a Jiu Jitsu Beginner By Jun Ning
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Jujitsu basically means the art of softness, this world renowned martial art sport originated in Japan and its techniques include plenty of martial arts styles, which include armed and unarmed... More > techniques. Jujitsu was born when a group of Japanese samurai were practicing how to defeat an armed opponent without weapons. They came up with a lot of effective jujitsu techniques and tactics, which consists of pins, joint locks and striking throws. This book covers several aspects of Jiu Jitsu such as: - An Introduction To Brazilian Jiu-jitsu - The Guillotine Choke - Finding A Jiu Jitsu Gym - 3 Modes Of Fighting In Quantum Jiu Jitsu - Jiu Jitsu Equipment - Jiu Jitsu Etiquette - Rules To Follow In The Dojo - Scoring In Jiu Jitsu - Three Moves In Jiu Jitsu To Subdue An Attacker and so much more! Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
Greatest Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Competitors: Top 100 By Vadim Kravetsky, Alex Trost
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Are you looking for a journey that will take you through Greatest Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Competitors: Top 100, along with funny comments and a word puzzle? Then this book is for you. Whether you are... More > looking at this book for curiosity, choices, options, or just for fun; this book fits any criteria. Creating Greatest Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Competitors: Top 100 did not happen quickly. It is thorough look at accuracy and foundation before the book was even started. This book was created to inform, entertain and maybe even test your knowledge. By the time you finish reading this book you will want to share it with others.< Less
The American Art of Self Defense - Jiu Jitsu By Frank Feldman
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A reproduction of an old 1920/30's jiu jitsu booklet by Frank Feldman, formerly member of New York Police cc Department and member of New York Police Reserve. Lieut. An interesting little item for... More > the Jiu Jitsu collector!< Less
Jiu-Jitsu and Other Methods of Self Defense By Percy Longhurst
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A promoter of Jiu-Jitsu in the early 20th Century in England, Percy Longhurst studied under Senseis Tani and Uyenishi. He was familiar with, and possibly studied Bartitsu under Barton-Wright and... More > Pierre Vigny. A prolific writer, and accomplished amateur athlete, Longhurst quickly turned his skills to Self Defense and the mysterious foreign martial art of Jiu-Jitsu. In 1906 he published the first edition of this celebrated and oft reprinted manual. Combining western defensive methods and Japanese, Longhurst's innovative manual included a section for ladies self defense. So dense with material, yet so clearly written, that it was revised and reprinted for decades, at least until the 1950's with at least 11 editions. This is one of the most important of the early western self defense manuals due not only to its emphasis on Jiu-Jitsu but its combination with other western methods. It's sure to please western martial artist and early Jiu-Jitsu researchers alike.< Less
Jiu-Jitsu and Other Methods of Self Defense By Percy Longhurst
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A promoter of Jiu-Jitsu in the early 20th Century in England, Percy Longhurst studied under Senseis Tani and Uyenishi. He was familiar with, and possibly studied Bartitsu under Barton-Wright and... More > Pierre Vigny. A prolific writer, and accomplished amateur athlete, Longhurst quickly turned his skills to Self Defense and the mysterious foreign martial art of Jiu-Jitsu. In 1906 he published the first edition of this celebrated and oft reprinted manual. Combining western defensive methods and Japanese, Longhurst's innovative manual included a section for ladies self defense. So dense with material, yet so clearly written, that it was revised and reprinted for decades, at least until the 1950's with at least 11 editions. This is one of the most important of the early western self defense manuals due not only to its emphasis on Jiu-Jitsu but its combination with other western methods. It's sure to please western martial artist and early Jiu-Jitsu researchers alike.< Less