Scientific Unarmed Combat The Art of Dynamic Self-Defense by R. A. Vairamuttu

By R. A. Vairamuttu

This fascinating publication on unarmed strive against is predicated at the Cheena-Adi, a chinese language dependent foot scuffling with artwork and Ju-Jitsu. the writer is particularly powerfuble grasp practitioner of either kinds. the writer used his mastery of those varieties to stream-line the concepts for functional protective program for the layman. the writer does a great task to expel the showy and standard strikes targeting wrestle orientated variety with functional physique throws, low line kicks and outstanding innovations focusing on important issues at the chosen adversary. in contrast to different self-defense e-book of simple to profit combatives, the writer tension the linkage among the significance of health application along with a combatives regimen beautiful strong and simple suggestion. This booklet is illustrated and a priceless addition on your specialist library.

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