Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Self Defense Techniques
Provides lessons that anyone, regardless of strength or size, can use to neutralize an attacker in seconds, offering a variety of defenses against knife and gun attacks, as well as escapes from headlocks, choke holds and other tough situations. Original.
No Rules Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
Includes free DVD. The first book to bridge the competitive aspects of BJJ and its non-sportive aspects, especially 'Vale Tudo', or no-holds-barred. No Rules focuses on the techniques of Vale Tudo, the street applications for BJJ, teaching readers every aspect of no-holds-barred fighting - from standing techniques to brutal ground finishing strikes and submissions. Simco teaches techniques for self-defence through hundreds of step-by-step photos and a free instructional DVD.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Advanced Techniques
"A practical guide building on its predecessor Brazilian jiu-jitsu basic techniques, Advanced techniques offers specific intermediate and advanced instruction as well as historical context"--Provided by publisher.
Brazilian Jiu jitsu
Step-by-step photographs and illustrations demonstrate more than one hundred maneuvers from the traditional martial art of Brazilian jiu-jitsu, with an overview of the history of jiu-jitsu and its uses.
Brazilian Jiu jitsu Basics
Gene Simco teaches that a solid mastery if the fundamentals of this martial art is essential in creating a foundation upon which the more advanced techniques can be built. With photos and step-by-step instruction, Simco shows the reader all the moves that are needed to take training to the next level. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Basics also includes information on the primary positions and submissions, defences against punches, escapes from chokes and warm-up exercises. Whether you're a novice or an experienced martial artist, this is the book to refer to when taking to the mat.
Brazilian Jiu jitsu Basic Techniques
This comprehensive guide to " the gentle art" by one of its foremost practitioners and teachers helps readers master the fundamentals on which a confident self-defense or professional competition career are based. The book covers the history and theory of jiu-jitsu; contains extensive sections on practical techniques such as strikes, holds, locks, throws, and evasions; distinguishes Brazilian lineages such as ground fighting and sudden attack techniques from other traditions; and shows readers how they can overcome any attacker, with as little effort and physical strength as possible.
Brazilian Jiu jitsu
"The tactics and techniques of two of the greatest competitors in the history of mixed martial arts combat, Renzo and Royler Gracie, are captured in this book. Their ôgrapplingö style of martial arts is explainedùmethods that focus on holds and throws rather than kicks and punches, and come closer to the spirit and nature of real fighting than other martial arts. Covered are the history, rules, philosophy, strategy, and positions of submission grappling, providing a complete account of this increasingly popular sport."
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
This book goes back to basics, explaining the rules andregulations, scoring, basic principles of control, space,weight, leverage, sensitivity, timing and defence,movements on the ground, positions, common escapes,basic submission techniques and the sport aspects ofBrazilian jiu jitsu.
An introduction to Brazilian jiujitsu, including famous martial artists, necessary equipment and gear, and various competitions.
When the Fight Goes to the Ground
This instructional Brazillian Jiu-Jitsu book with downloadable video offers a complete guide to ground fighting principles and techniques to use when the fight goes to the ground. In a street defense scenario, the ground is a dangerous place to be. While it's a good idea to actively learn defensive strategies for ground fighting, it is important to put those skills into the context of how you want to use them. Whether you're an experienced submission-grappling competitor, a traditional martial artist training in a stand up striking style, or law enforcement professional, Ground Defense provides you with an essential system of self-protection for street-oriented ground scenarios. When the Fight Goes to the Ground establishes the risks and hazards of various ground defense scenarios, presenting effective strategies for neutralizing and minimizing them. You will learn a wide range of tools for defense, including the targeting of vital areas, body shifting/control techniques, and the concept of "weapons of opportunity." All of these techniques are easy to learn and apply, providing an adaptable skill set for anyone, regardless of size, strength or gender. These tools are then shown in various combinations, with examples of how to use them against specific types of attacks, including simple hold-downs, ground and pound, submission grappling pins, chokes, arm locks, leg locks, knife attacks and multiple assailant scenarios. In addition, this martial arts book gives you useful training suggestions and regimens, addressing graduated skill development, challenges presented by different body types, and safety practices at all levels of training.