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5.0 étoiles sur 5A book you will enjoy if you like to learn about Reality Based Self-Defense10 mars 2011
Par Jujitsu enthusiest - Publié sur Amazon.com
The Ultimate Guide to Reality Based Self-Defense is a very good book to start with for those interested in the area of real and effective self-defense techniques and tactics. You will not learn everything from this book, but it is a good start, and full of good information on what reality based self-defense is all about. Forget traditional martial arts, they are not very effective when survival stress is involved. In the heat and flurry of a life or death confrontation gross motor skills are best, and you don't have the time to decide on a particular technique out of a syllabus of scores of possible responses. This book teaches rightly that less is more when it comes to a real fight in the street and not some sanctioned sporting match.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5An excellent basic guide for anyone interested in Reality-Based Combative Systems.1 mars 2011
Par Joseph J. Truncale - Publié sur Amazon.com
If you are seeking an overview of what reality-based combative systems have to offer you, you will love this text. This book was organized by the editors of Black Belt Magazine, who put together in one text the various articles written by experts in the field of reality based combat systems. The 127 pages cover a lot of practical material on real life self-defense and self-offense techniques.
Some of the sections include the 10 commandments of reality-based fighting by Richard Ryan, developing your observation skills by Sammy Franco, competition vs., destruction by Tim Larkin, an overview of Tony Blauer's SPEAR system, ground survival techniques by Jim Wagner, a two part interview with the legendary Kelly McCann on combat in the real world, the criminal mind by Ernest Emerson, several sections on how to defend against knives and guns taken from the Krav Maga and Haganah systems, as well as a two part edged weapon section dealing with the use and defenses for knife attacks by Michael Janich.
In conclusion, if you are interested in practical and realistic self-defense training, you will want a copy of this very informative text.
Rating: 5 Stars. Joseph J. Truncale (Author: Monadnock Defensive Tactics System(MDTS).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5Good samples of practical Self Defense14 février 2012
Par Ignatius Malibu - Publié sur Amazon.com
Good stuff for those who train in Self Defense. Combat Hapkido, Jeet Kun Do and Blade techniques. Its a good sample of what to have in your tool box if you are serious about training in Defensive Arts/Combatives. Not Traditional Martial Arts but taken from those Arts and adapted to work for today evnvironment. No replacement for a qualified instructor but if you ARE an instructor there are some interesting techniques here to check out and maybe add to your Curriculum.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5Christmas gift for son-in-law22 janvier 2014
Par NC Grandmother - Publié sur Amazon.com
My daughter and her husband each have an Amazon wish list and regularly update them. I use the lists to buy their Christmas gifts. After giving him this book, I learned that his grandmother and mother are now also using the Amazon wish lists. They gave him the same book but he was happy to have two - one for home and one to use in his self defense class for the elderly. Good basic book for self-defense.