Judo, Tai-Chi, Aikido and Other Effective Stopping Techniques.
Weapons Training. Use of Fire Arms, Archery, Swords, Fencing and
Other Weapons. Submissive Attacker Techniques.
Meditation and Stretching.
Using Physics, Techniques., Philosophy, Strategy, Endurance
and Ideas From The Masters.
(1860--1938) Founder of Judo. He was a perfectionist, a disciplinarian
and a traditionalist. But, at the same time, an innovator, an
internationalist and a man of great generosity. More important,
he was a famous educator and the father of modern sports in Japan.
Today, more than six million persons practice Judo in over 30
countries around the world.
- Born in 1584. Japans most renowned warriors, by the age of 30
fought over 60 contests by killing all of his opponents.
Teaching of Go
Rin No Sho.
Book of five rings. The way of the sword. How to attack in many
Situations. Influenced by Zen, Shinto and Confucianism
- (1883-1969) He was history's greatest martial artist. Even as
an old man of eighty, he could disarm any foe, down any number
of attackers, and pin an opponent with a single finger. Although
invincible as a warrior, he was above all a man of peace who detested
fighting, war, and any kind of violence. His way was Aikido, which
can be translated as "The
Art of Peace."
Morihei Ueshiba is referred to by the practitioners of Aikido
as O Sensei, "The Great Teacher". The Art of Peace is an ideal,
but it developed in real life on many fronts. Morihei in his youth
served as an infantryman in the Russo-Japanese War, later battled
pirates and bandits during an adventure in Mongolia, and then,
after mastering a number of martial arts, served as an instructor
at japan's elite military academies. Throughout his life, however,
Morihei was sorely troubled by the contention and strife that
plagued his world: his father's battles with corrupt politicians
and their hired goons, the devastation of war, and the brutality
of his country's military leaders.
(1860-1933) wrote in his book "ying-yi Chuan Theory" that "Tai-chi,
Eight-sections, and both schools of Kung-fu by external training
or internal training have the common origin." He was a grand-master
of "Ying-Yi Chuan" and "Eight-Sections Palms" and "Wu Style Tai-chi
Chuan" and created the "Sun Style Tai-chi Chuan."
The fighting skills of the shadow warrior.
is the art of attacking the body’s vital points. Properly applied,
even light blows can produce extreme pain and seemingly effortless
knockouts. how to use this devastating fighting art against the
most common street attacks and come out the winner every time.
- Lee created his
own style of fighting called, Jeet Kune Do, which he borrowed
from the disciplines of boxing and fencing. "The
less effort, the faster and more powerful you will be." "True
refinement seeks simplicity," he said, encouraging his students
to experiment and stay true to their own spirit. His legacy continues.
Quotes & Ideas
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