Stick Fighting: Techniques of Self-Defense by Masaaki Hatsumi, Quintin Chambers

Stick Fighting: Techniques of  Self-Defense

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Stick Fighting: Techniques of Self-Defense Masaaki Hatsumi, Quintin Chambers ebook
Publisher: Kodansha America
Page: 148
Format: pdf
ISBN: 0870114751, 9780870114755

While practicing Hapkido stick fighting techniques he started studying cane moves. You can stick and hold or even push with the lead hand before you punch. You don't have to retract, though this makes it easier to get maximum power in the punch. The ideal weapon for self-defense is a stick. Combat Sanshou Fightstopper Technique. As a start, I found an all-day knife and stick-fighting class at a local Krav Maga studio and registered for it. Most self-defense laws also recognize that you have the right to use lethal force should you be faced with the choice to either use just that or die. Basically a 3 foot stick, the hanbo is one of the oldest self defense tools on the planet along with a full sized staff (bo). In any case, I'm also a strong proponent of training as an important part of responsible self-defense. The development of this technique is credited to Mark Shuey a Tae Kwon Do and Hapkido expert. Not a prime example of self defense, though. As I show in the video, you can start with either hand. But again, the context is very specific. Stick Fighting: Techniques of Self-DefenseStep-by-step instructions and over 300 photographs allow the trainee to follow and learn the techniques with ease.