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CompleteMartialArts.com - Jeet Kune Do: Conditioning and Grappling Methods


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Manufacturer: HNL Publishing
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Binding: Paperback
Dewey Decimal Number: 796
EAN: 9780953176656
ISBN: 0953176657
Label: HNL Publishing
Manufacturer: HNL Publishing
Number Of Items: 1
Number Of Pages: 208
Publication Date: 2002-07
Publisher: HNL Publishing
Studio: HNL Publishing

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Summary: GRAPPLING? STILL AN ART! ART ISNT ALWAYS WHATS PRACTICAL!
Comment: grappling-its a sport but sport isnt always whats practical.it adds to the curriculum so teachers can teach you more and put more money into their pockets! really think about it! using two of your hands to tie up your opponants one arm, which still leaves him an arm to use,is pretty silly and dangerous on the street and in sparring.dont believe me ! take it for checking! try it yourself and tell your partner to use the other hand while you go for your grapple! his imaginary eye jab,throat punch,groin slap,backfist to your head or whatever he uses that is an effective tool ,will get you! dont believe me try it yourself! believe me this is why bruce emphasized his eye jab so much-of course i dont advocate going to the eyes as much as bruce did-but i think it was bruces way of pointing out that simplicity is what works-even a backfist to the head,a headbutt,an elbow,a knee is more effective and less likely to fail than 99.9999999% {if not 100%} of most grappling techniques!!!!! lw

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Summary: Same old same old
Comment: This book is no more than a rehash of what has already been written about in countless other books on JKD. The grappling material is very basic and limited. It is better covered and explained in other submission fighting books. There also should have been more closeups on the holds being applied as it is difficult to see many of them. Not something I would highly recommend unless you are just starting out.

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Summary: It means, "Conditioning and Grappling Basics".
Comment: This is a good book for martial artists starting out. I have been in Martial arts for awhile. This book will help you get in shape and work on flexibility, if you don't already know how to do that. I recommend it to someone that wants to see what Jeet Kune Do involves and what kind of moves there are in Jiu-Jitsu. Pick one up, a good book for an all around freestyle martial artist.


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