Fighting and Training Methods for Unarmed Martial Artists wishing to develop skills for Self Defence or for Combat Sports such as ..
Fighting and Training Methods for Unarmed Martial Artists wishing to develop skills for Self Defence or for Combat Sports such as MMA, Boxing, Submission Grappling and much more.
Added: October 23, 2008
By reading the title to this post, you may think that we are implying that Judo may not be street friendly. The truth is, Judo trains you to clinch, grapple and stay on your feet, something that is very important when it comes to street fighting. Cou
No Gi grappling is very popular. More and more martial artists are starting to train no gi and this DVD is tailored specifically for this. Roy Dean, a master of the martial arts has done an excellent job in providing no gi grappling lessons that all
Many people view Aikido as a waste of time. They see it as ineffective and not practical. Wrist locks, a major part of Aikido, have been around since the dawn of time. They are used amongst law enforcement officers throughout the world to restraint a
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