The Science Of Wrestling And The Art Of Jiu-jitsu
American strength-training pioneer Earle Liederman published this book on grappling for competition and self-defense in 1923, and it is still highly relevant today. It covers more than 100 hard-core catch-as-catch-can wrestling moves (head locks, arm bars, leg dives, trips, nelsons, grapevines, scissor holds and more) as well as 50 lessons on how to overcome a variety of punches, strangleholds, clinches and other street attacks, including ways to stop an attacker armed with a handgun. Every modern student of close combat, wrestling and mixed martial arts will appreciate the dozens and dozens of techniques - all outlined in clear photo sequences - in this quality reprint edition
Specifications of The Science Of Wrestling And The Art Of Jiu-jitsu
|Number Of Pages||226|
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