Professor Wally Jay is a twice-inducted Black Belt Hall of Fame member (Jiu-Jitsu Sensei of the Year, 1969; Man of the Year, 1990), 10th dan in jujutsu under Juan Gomez (a top disciple of Henry S. Okazaki) and a sixth dan in judo under Ken Kawachi. Jay is one of the few martial artists this century to have come up with a theory of fighting, developed it and put it into practice. His influence is felt throughout the martial arts industry. Small-Circle Jujitsu DVD Volume 4 discusses the principles of learning the tendon triceps and its importance in the application of armbars and arm locks.


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