Human Pressure Points: 3 Jujitsu Techniques by Small-Circle Jujitsu Founder Wally Jay

Wally Jay

Retrace Wally Jay’s path to mastering jujitsu techniques and human pressure points.

Human Pressure Points: 3 Jujitsu Techniques by Small-Circle Jujitsu Founder Wally Jay

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Dear Jujitsu Enthusiast,

Many practitioners of jujitsu trained with Wally Jay during his years of instruction in the fine art of jujitsu techniques. Some who trained with this icon considered him to be a guru.

However, there was more to learn from this master than just the technicalities of his art.

Perhaps the most important lesson he taught his students was what it means to be a real master.

In this FREE Guide — Human Pressure Points: 3 Jujitsu Techniques by Small-Circle Jujitsu Founder Wally Jay — you’ll discover how even a lifetime of training in small-circle jujitsu doesn’t mean you can perform Wally Jay’s art but rather that hopefully you can perform your own small-circle jujitsu techniques using his insights and experience as a springboard.

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To Be Like Wally Jay, You Must Be Unlike Wally Jay

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Wally Jay encouraged students to develop their own interpretation of small-circle jujitsu techniques. “I keep changing all the time,” he said.

In fact, the development of small-circle jujitsu came about because he examined the “spaces” in the jujitsu techniques he’d been practicing. Those spaces were moments in jujitsu techniques when an opponent might find an opportunity to escape. The problem that intrigued him was how to eliminate the wiggle room within each jujitsu move.

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Wally Jay Confession: He Did Not Believe in Human Pressure Points … Initially

“I thought [human pressure points were] a lot of baloney,” Wally Jay said, “but it wasn’t baloney; it was me.”

As Wally Jay demonstrated throughout his life, real masters are never afraid to learn new things and never afraid of unlearning old mistakes.

In short, martial artists must be aware of their ego. By setting ego aside from their learning process, martial artists have the chance to apply another great principle for attaining mastery: Steal from the best.

In this FREE Guide — Human Pressure Points: 3 Jujitsu Techniques by Small-Circle Jujitsu Founder Wally Jay — explore how Wally Jay’s own path to mastery of jujitsu techniques led him to explore new ideas that he’d eventually, in his own words, “steal” from other notable martial artists.

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How Wally Jay “Stole” from the Best Martial Artists to Develop Aspects of Small-Circle Jujitsu

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For Wally Jay, Martial Arts Wasn’t All About Learning Secret Jujitsu Techniques

Wally Jay was interested in what “drove” the jujitsu moves he was studying — in what principles made those jujitsu moves possible. He believed the best way to improve the quality of your own martial art was to incorporate techniques from the best martial artists in your midst.

In Human Pressure Points: 3 Jujitsu Techniques by Small-Circle Jujitsu Founder Wally Jay, learn how this master in his own right learned the art of adaptability and change from his own master, Henry Okazaki.

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Learn How Wally Jay Sought to Be an Artist Rather Than a Mimic

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Learn how he sought, even toward the end of his life, to better understand his art and add elements from other martial arts that would make it a better system — and him a better martial artist.

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Despite Decades of Accomplishment, There Was Always More to Learn

“I keep changing all the time.”
— Wally Jay

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Even as he neared 90, Wally Jay still looked forward to honing his skills, refining his system and improving on his own jujitsu techniques.

He remains a fine example of martial arts mastery, embodying the perpetual quest for more knowledge and the egoless openness to share it with others.

Learn from his example in this new FREE Guide.

Raymond