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Tag Archives: wrist locks

The Art of Teaching Women’s Self-Defense: Less Is Best

Monday, July 28th, 2014

Instructors take on a tremendous responsibility when teaching self-defense for women. The Black Belt Hall of Fame’s 2012 Woman of the Year presents guidelines for instructors to help improve their students’ learning experience.
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Posted in Self Defense for Women.

Wally Jay’s 10 Principles for Execution of Small-Circle Jujitsu Techniques (Part 3 of 3)

Thursday, June 14th, 2012

This article is the third of three excerpts from the Wally Jay book Small-Circle Jujitsu, in which the late founder describes the foundational ideas of his system of jujitsu techniques. These concepts are essential reading for anyone looking to get started in the art — or, on the opposite end of the spectrum, to get
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Posted in Jujitsu.

How Germany’s Police Handle Law-Enforcement Defensive Tactics Training

Sunday, March 20th, 2011

The art of policing doesn’t change much from one country to another.

When citizens commit crimes, the police respond and arrest them; and if a suspect resists arrest, force is frequently used. What changes a lot is how much force may be applied under the law and which martial arts techniques officers are permitted to use.

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Posted in Close Quarters Combat, General Martial Arts History, Jim Wagner, Law Enforcement Training, Self-Defense Experts, Western Martial Arts History.