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Hon Gyaku - The Game Ender

Hon Gyaku - The Game Ender

by Mark Sentoshi Russo 10 Lessons in ,

Hon Gyaku is a phenomenal, minimum effort, maximum effect technique that is frequently available and easily applied. Shut down various choking attacks (standing or on the ground) as well as pushes, grabs, slaps, and shoves, and learn why this technique is ideal for women's self defense.

Matrix Of Martial Arts Reloaded

by Dennis Fuutoshi Mahoney 7 Lessons in , , , , , , , ,

Part Three of the Matrix of Martial Arts Course Series: Welcome to the Matrix of Martial Arts Reloaded. In the previous Matrix of Martial Arts course you learned a martial intelligence formula for Ninja Taijutsu: the physical process of trying to take control with kamae in order to achieve our goals while maximizing options and avoiding constraints in the ever-changing moments of a conflict. In the Matrix of Martial Arts Reloaded you will discover that success or failure while training is all in your head. In Reloaded you will look at your training through 8 different perspectives and then put them back together again to help your brain create a more complete representation of your training. In short you will learn to perceive what others miss and take your training to a new level.

Da Shin

by Stephen K. Hayes 13 Lessons in , ,

This is an extremely advanced application of principles from the Gyokko Ryu Chu-Ryaku no Maki “Middle Scroll” of training methods. An-shu Stephen K. Hayes shows how to capture a knifer’s attack. Once captured, he then stays with it long enough to sense where the attacker is going, and he accommodates the attacker in a way that turns into an outward wrist lock takedown.

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Da Shin

by Stephen K. Hayes 13 Lessons in , ,

This is an extremely advanced application of principles from the Gyokko Ryu Chu-Ryaku no Maki “Middle Scroll” of training methods. An-shu Stephen K. Hayes shows how to capture a knifer’s attack. Once captured, he then stays with it long enough to sense where the attacker is going, and he accommodates the attacker in a way that turns into an outward wrist lock takedown.

Matrix Of Martial Arts Reloaded

by Dennis Fuutoshi Mahoney 7 Lessons in , , , , , , , ,

Part Three of the Matrix of Martial Arts Course Series: Welcome to the Matrix of Martial Arts Reloaded. In the previous Matrix of Martial Arts course you learned a martial intelligence formula for Ninja Taijutsu: the physical process of trying to take control with kamae in order to achieve our goals while maximizing options and avoiding constraints in the ever-changing moments of a conflict. In the Matrix of Martial Arts Reloaded you will discover that success or failure while training is all in your head. In Reloaded you will look at your training through 8 different perspectives and then put them back together again to help your brain create a more complete representation of your training. In short you will learn to perceive what others miss and take your training to a new level.