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Ju-Jitsu the complete course by John Goldman

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Published by Guinness in Enfield .
Written in English


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StatementJohn Goldman.
The Physical Object
Pagination128p. :
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22385395M
ISBN 100851127541

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Books on Ju-jitsu. Jiu Jitsu: The Official World Jiu Jitsu Federation Training Manual (White to Green Belt) Robert Clark Paperback /Published ISBN A clear, competent and concise instruction book This book, like the others in this series comes highly recommended. Robert Clark is one of the biggest names in British ju-jitsu. THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO BRAZILIAN JIU-JITSU Rorion Gracie (top) choke hold gets the job done a lot faster, and with a lot less effort. Another thing missing from Gracie jiu-jitsu is adherence to Oriental etiquette and traditions. For example, in Gracie jiu-jitsu, nobody bows. “That’s a part of Japanese culture,” Rorion Gracie says. "On Jiu Jitsu" seeks to codify the mechanisms by which Jiu Jitsu shapes the individual, as the character traits required to achieve mastery in sport are the same which our highest humanity requires. It is the hope of the author that the articulation of these benefits will ensure the reader's continued practice of self-mastery through this sacred medium/5(47). Charles E. Tuttle Co., , ISBN If you’d like to read a good book on the history of Ju-Jitsu in Japan, along with line drawings of techniques and other eclectic material, this is a great resource. There’s also some good “trivia” in here that isn’t found anywhere else in dealing with the formalities of the art.