Mixed Martial Art of the SamuraiBook - 2013
Using step-by-step photography and text, the author, a 10th Dan, demonstrates how to perform the throws, hand strikes, grappling/groundwork maneuvers, blocks, break-falls, kicks, and sword-disarming techniques of the complete Aiki-Jujutsu system, including Kempo-Jutsu, Aiki-Jutsu, and Ju-Jutsu. He also provides a concise history of the concepts and systems surrounding Aiki-Jujutsu's development, such as Budo and Bujutsu, enabling the practitioner to gain a more comprehensive understanding of the art. This book will appeal to anyone interested mixed martial arts or the traditional Asian martial arts, and those who seek to learn more about the techniques, philosophy, and history of the fighting arts of the Samurai. AUTHOR: Cary Nemeroff is the founder of Fukasa-Ryu Bujutsu Kai, a member organization of the International Okinawan Martial Arts Union. A teacher of Japanese and Okinawan martial arts, he holds a 10th Degree Black Belt in Aiki-Jujutsu (Jujutsu) as well as many other Master-level gradings, with 35 years of training to his credit. His programs are taught throughout New York City and the New York metropolitan area. 830 colour photographs
Publisher: Ramsbury [England] : Crowood, 2013.
Branch Call Number: 796.8154 Nem
Characteristics: 190 pages : illustrations