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36769294 U S Naval Hand to Hand Combat for Amphibious Scouts and Raiders 1945

36769294 U S Naval Hand to Hand Combat for Amphibious Scouts and Raiders 1945

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... HAND TOHAN'D-

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This manual haa been prepared as a guide to the_ Hand to Hand Combat course taught the Amphibious Scout.The material contained herein, is primarily derived from. the comb.at forms of the Ten Shin Shlnyo Byu system of Jiu Jitsu.

The student who expects to be successful in hand. to hand combat must maintain a physically fit bodyand an alert mind. He must practice until he has gained real speed and precision in the execution of these forms and should review frequently to maintain hie skill. Boxing and Jiu Jitsu should not be cons idered rival systems·. of fighting. They supplement each other perfectly and .the smart student of hand to hand combat ~il1 acqu1re a knowledge of both.

It;;is to be noted that Jiu J Itsu is more than an unrelated number of bone break.ing holds. It is a method of fighting based upon the\princlples of leverage, timing, ·momentum, equilibrium, vital touches, and above·, all. the principle of non-resistance or the taking advantage of the opponent's efforts. The student should practice the tricks both right and left handed with the above principles constantly in mind. When proficiency has ·been ·gained he will find that he i8 able to. in.any situation.

instinctively devise his own trick, different than those contained in this manual. but based on the same principles and every bit as good.

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Linvood Griffin. USA., for hiB helpful· criticism and for his preparation of the chapter 'on Knife Fighting.

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BRIEF HISTORY OF J m J ITSU

The Japanese trace the origin pi Jtu Jitsu back to the Mythological Ages and. give various stories 1:0 account for it. It 1s generally credited that during the Ming Dynasty i~ China, --the art was' introduced from that country to J apan ,

There e.xists in North Chi~e. today, a system ofael!, defense that seems very closely related to the Jiu Jltsu practiced by" ," the Samurai. It Seems quite evident, however, that 1 t' s per-

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At the close of the feudal era in Japan, the best known schools scattered throughout the empire were: Shimmel Sa.kkawat8u Ryu, Ryolshinto Ryu, Arata ftyu. Kyushln Ryu, Kito Ryu, Asayama Ichiden Ryu, KirakuRyu, Sekiguchio Ryu, Tenshin Sblll10 Ryu, Yo shin l'iYUt Takenouchl Ryu.- TIfese systems were based upon prilctically identical principles,' though sometimes' applied in a different manner. ~he most highly accredited of these schools was probably the- Tet;lshin Shinto Ryu. The basic principle orE1-im of the old schools was to gain control over an armed or an unarmed assai~ant. This KcontrolM consisted ., of a 7ery evident threat to life or l~mb so as to bring about a aurrender of the opponent. The control wa~ to be gained, if possible, without injur~ng the opponent. If necessary. how-, ever. he was to be injured 'or killed to gain the, control.

~hen Admiral Perry opened up Japan and modern civil,ization and fire arms were introduced the instructor's began to lose their pupils and Jiu Jiteu was rapidly becoming a forgotten art.

In 1882, ~aron Jigoro Kano originated a new school of Jiu J itau 'that he called Judo or Jiudo. This method was evolved by taking from and modifying other systems and is based upon almost identical prinCiples as certain schools of past ages, Kugusuka, Yawara. Kumuichi and Kempa. It elaborates up9n Tia Jutau which was a part, but far from being the whole, of the older schools of Jtu Jitsu. Jiuda is taught primarily as a sport. and as a method of physical and mental culture. I t concentrates on tripping and throwing' (Tis Jutsu). The dangerous leverages and blows are not stressed, and are not taught to the stUdent unt.il he has spent a number of years mas ter iog the thr OW8 • J iudo as a sport has be-. come very popular. It· has practica.lly displaced all other ' systems of JiuJitsu and has become so well known that the very word Jludo 1s now used interchangeably. though mistakenly, with the word Siu Jitsu.

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-Back Fall . -11'.. .. .. • • 11-' 'I lit .. •.• III' e' " e: • • • ... II- ",' II ~ • II •

Regaining a. Standing Position .• ' ••• "~,,~ ••••• ' •• ',0' • 'e

FallIng with a IrifIs_ 0' 0 0 • .' 0 • ,. • • • .'. • • • • • • ••

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Throw 11 Oinage' Toss Overhead • • • 0 • • 0 • • • • • • '"

Throw,'2 Sukul, "Shoveling" 0 • 0 .,. .'. • • • • • $ • o. .

Throw #3 Ude Makikomi "Arm Twist" 0 •••••••• - •••••

DEFENSE AGAINST WEAPONS

Defense 11 Defense 12 Defense "'3 Defense 14 'Defense #5

Defense ib Defense 17 Defense i8 Defense *9

Pis'tol MId \n front • • • 0 • • • • .,0 , • •• • • 18 :Plstol held in front out of- re~ch • • .. • .'. • ,; • '20

';Ristol held to left of spine • • '0 • • • • • • • • • 22

,P·lstol held to right of .spine • • • • • • • • • _. 24 Pis tio1 held low on spine,. • • .0 • 0 • 0 • • • • • 2b

Ov.erhand bloW with clQ,b. • • • • • • • 0 • • • •• 27

Rifle .. . . . .. . • .. \-. . . . . . . . . . • -. .. IS'." 28

Underhand slash, with knife • • • • • • • • • • 0 • .32

Bayone t Thrus t, .' • • 0 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 33

ill VITAL AREAS

Ate Hi RVi tal Touches",. • .,. • • 0 •

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K tcks When on :Back • • • • • • • • .,. • • • • 0 0 • • 5b

Kicks When on Side or Face • 0 • • • • • • • • • • • • 58

V CHOKES

Choke 11 Almnoma "Thumb to the Throat" • 0 •• 0'. '. • • • •• b4

Choke 12 Hikkosh1 K~8ge "Tossing By Drawing Hip ~ ••• 0 •• bb Choke r: Mawa.rl Ir! "Bounding wl th Lapel II .'. • • • • '. • •• b8 Choke j4 U8hiro Zime "Down l3eh1nd" .0 . . . . . . . . . . . . 70

Choke 15 Hadaka. Shime "Strangling Naked"' • . • • • ~ • .' • 0 .. 72

Katsu ~VivlcatlonM,. • • . • • 0 • • • • , • •• •••• 0 74

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VI ESCAPES

laMpe 11 :Back Choke .'. • • • • • .' • • • • • • • ., 0:' • • • 79

,Escape 12 Gra~ped from Behind • .'. • • 0 • • • • ',' ,"". •• 80

Escape 13 Grasped from Behind • • • • • • • • • .,.' L 0 • • • ' 82

Escape i41roJ'lt Choke • • .. • .,0 • • .. • eo. • ~ >~ ,; .. '~. 84

Escape *5 Front Choke • • • ,; • • .'.. " • •• ...,..'.. Bb E_s cape Ib Front' Choke • • • • •• • • • • ',' • .' D, .. ~:. • 0.. 88

Escape 17 Bear Hug " • • • • • o. . • • • ." ....'~ o. '. •• 89

Esca.pelS Grasped Wrfsts 'Dio Te'" IlRand Release" '. • o. '. . . . . 90

Escape 19 Gl'8.sped Wrists • • • • • o· .; • • • • • • • '. '.' • • 92 Escape #10 Grasped Wrists • .. • •• • • ", '," • \ • • • • • 93 Escape #11 Grasped Wrists • • • • " • • • • • • • .. • • ~ • • .. 94

Escape 112 Hand on Chest • • 00' . • . · · .. · .. · . 0'·., 0 •• 95

COMBAT FORMS

Bending and Grasping a Wrist • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 100

Form #1 Kate Gaishi tlHand Turning" .' 0 • " • •• • ••• • • • 102

Form 12 0 , Kote Gaishi "Hand Turnilig". • • . • • .' ~ • '. • • • 102

,Form'3 Kata Malti.k1,omi IlShoulderWheel".. •• • • • • • • 104

Form +4 Kot~ Gaishi nHand Turning- •••••• • • • • • . • 105 ~orm '5 Hiki Maki Ude "Pulling Arm Twist" • .. • • • • • • • lOb Form Ib Tengu' "Goblin1a Grip".. • •••••• 0 e • • • • 108

Form 17 Taka Te Dori "Taking Arm Up H igh" • • • • • • • • • 110

Form"S Kata Otoshi "Shoulder Dropping" • • • • • ., • • • ° 111 Form 49 Kate. Otoshi 0 ~Shoulder Dropping" • • • • • • • • • • 112

Form if10 Kata Otoshi "Shoulder DroppingU • • • • • '. • • • • 113 Form ill. Ude No Ma "Under the Arm" ••••••••• 0 • • .114

Form ';12 Heart :Blow • .. • • • • " • • • • 0 • • • • • • • • '0 114

Form '13 TakabaBami IITaking Hold Up Higb1t .. • • .. • • • • • .. 11b

Form 114 Ude Ori "Arm Lock". • • • : • • • • • • . • • " • • 118 Form 115 Ude Dri It Arm LOC)tIl. • • • • .'. ,. • • • • • • • 119

Form 11b Ude Or! "Arm Lock" " • • • • • • • • 0 • • • • • • e 120

Form 117 , ••• 0 ••••••••••••••••• ;, 00 ... • 121

VIII TYING A PRISONER

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Holding a Club • • • • " • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 131

Grasp 11 • • • . . • . • • • 0 • • .' • • • • • • • • • • • • • 132

Grasp #2 • • • • .'. • • • • • • • • • • • • . • • • a • • • • 134

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Attack 15" Bare. Hand At tack :,. . . · .. 0 • 0 00 -. • • • • • .. 148'

Attack ifb Two Man Attack ...... · • .... . · ... ' • • • • • .' 150

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Caution!

Because of the.d~erous nature offiu Jitsu all possible precautions must be taken to prevent in-, jury whiJe'studying the e r t ,

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The submission sign is two quick pats on your

Own or rourpartner's body, If both h end e are tied up two s t amPcs()i1 the mat.

When a hold becomes pain ful ~ive the eu bm i s :

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will snap without much preliminary pain.

Re I e e s e a hold immediately when the submission sign is, given.

Practice all hblds slow motion. Do not b~come exci ted and apply a hold wi t1;l a quick jerk or snap.

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ticed on y ou , 'Co9perate w itb your partner so that he may learn the proper technique and do not try to enter into a contest with him.

Speed is' developed through the elimination oElost motion by perfecting th ett e ch nl qu e , It is not developed through trying to do a trick ' fa~t·.

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tiAUCHI "HOW TO FALL W'ITijOUT HURT"

• The ·force of a fall is broken ·by turning· the downward force into a rolling force, and by beating the mat with the st~ffened arm and the Boles of the

. feet. Beating tends to rebound the spine before it hits, ~nd prevents the instinctive placing of the" hand to catch oneself Which could result in a, broken

wrist. Bea.ting with the flat of the feet helps break the force of the fall but it is usually preferable· to cross the leg~ as an aid tnquickly recovering/an up':' right positIon.

A person skilled in falling can take a hard fall on·a concrete. sidewalk with-no ~ore injury than a stinging of the arms and feet.

TEACHING TIPS

Tell the stUdent to beat slx inChes from his hips.. It is seldom that· he· will do 80 and it is satisfactory if the a.rJl beats fut;ther outJ even up tOR ninety degree angle from his body. The effort to beat closer will imp~ove his form.

Insist that the hands are turned in when '

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sprained wrists. A.s the stUdent gains profici-ency and takes longer dives he will tend to point his fingers' forward~ There will be no harm to this now. .

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fall an.d hold onto him for a, hard fall.

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Turn a number of simple forward somersaults keeping the head tucked in and the body rolled up tight.

Lay on the back and bring the hands together about six inches above the stomacn ~ith the arms held stiff. Strike the mat with the palm and arms about siX inches from the hips as hard a8 possible. This should be a rebO'llndlng blow the arms returning to their former position.

Lay on the right (left) aide and roll onto the back beattngthe mat with the left (right) arm.

Lay on the back twist up onto the left hlp 0' Cross the right 'leg over the left and stamp with the flat of the right foot outside of the left knee. At the se.metime beat the mat with the left arm. Alternate to the right and lett •

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Place the hands on ,the mat with the fingers

turned toward each other and touching. Tuck the head'

,in tight,chin pressing against chest. Turn a. somersault by springing forward making first contact on the back between the shoulders. Repeat the above arching the back beating 'with both arms a.nd stamping with the soleso! the feet. Repeat springing forward a little_ fur~her and prOgressively dive over greater space.

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Place the right foot forward. Put the right and left hands close to the inside of the right ankle. Tuck the head well in, force both hands back and 11ft up' 'on the left leg. You will fall into e. roll that is partly straight forward and partly to the right side. Beat with the left arm and stamp with the flat 'of both feet.

Repeat springing forward a little further and progressively dive over greater space.

:BACK FALL

. - .Sit down, roll onto the back and beat with both arms and stamp with the feet. Arch the back and keep the head tucked in.

S it on the heels and repeat. Stand up jump back and repeat.

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The feat may either be stamped to help bre-Ak': the force of the fall or may be placed in such a position that they aid in recovering an upright p08itlon~;'-

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As you fall. bend your left leg at -the knee so that your left ankle is under the knee of your--extended right leg. The force of the fall will roll you up into_ a . standing pas it ion. Turn to the le-ft on the balls of your feet as you roll up so that you arefac~ tng the person who threw you.

FALLING VI ITR A RIFLE

Hold the rifle in the UPort Armatl ·position.

Raise it slightly and tuck it in close to the chest. By tucking in the head it will now be possible to make forward and side falla as outlined before. The beat ingawith the arms in this case must be dispensed with.

Hold the rifle in the "Port Arms" position run forward lean down and extend the arms so as to drive the butt of the gun into the ground. Fall into a prone position on your stomach breaking the force of the fall by supporting your weight on the

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THROW +1. OINAGE "TOSS OVERH&AD"

Kneel on your left knee. Your cOlilpanion standing behind yout places his right arm over your right shoulder. Grasp his right hand with your left and his right shoulder with your right hand. Pull down on his arm and lean forward so as to throw him over your head.

You are standing and your opponent grasps you fr-om behind. his arms over yours. Lift your arms so as to loosen his grip and at the same time reach for his rig1;lthand and-shoulder, drop to your left knee and tht<9W" him a8 above.

the throw as given abOve and then right foot to kick back on the op<ankle when making the throw.

THRO\i #2, SUKUI nSHOVELING.t1

Grasp your opponent1s right elbow with your . left hand and his left shoulder with your right hand. As your opponent pushes you or rUshes into you plant your left foot and keeping both legs perfectly 8tif~ sit- down. Keep the legs at a ninety degree angle and perfectl.y stiff and allow the right leg to swing out~ side of:'and behind him. Pull down on his right elbow and push up on his left shoulder and throw him over your laf,t leg.

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From-yOUr opponent t 8 right B ide grasp hi.'; .. - right hand with your right hand and pull his arm - serges your chest. ;Pass your left arm under his r~ght arm to the back of his neck or grasp his left coat :,>.. lapel. -ThToW'yourself onto your back so that· your - head is just in front ofhle feet. With a. firm twlst-

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The defense of an unarmed man against one who is armed can be divided into two distinct steps:' First ,~heblock or divert trig the weapon, arid Second the "I'Counter- . attack"

The block or diversion requires speed and precislonwhich:\can only come from co~tinuous pra~tlce.

The coun~er-attack follows the block as rapidly and with as much economy of, motion 8S possitile~ Usually 'several· differ-,

en tcounter~attacksare POBst ble.. '

Cori~iderable time sho'illd be spent pra.c~iclng the' "Qlocks and diversions only. When ,the counter .... attack,is practiced, care' mUB~A-pe taken, that,the blo,?kis still cleanly done and is'not slighted in'the eagerness of maJc1ng the, counte~-attack.

In the' following forms it is assUmII1ed the 'fleapon is held in the right hand.

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PISTOL HELD IN FRONT

. Raise your hands as ordered. Do·

not extend them any higher than necessary to satisfy his demand. The upper arm,should"be hor.1zontal. elbow on·the same level as the

- shoulder. Watch his eyes. When he shifts his eyes from yours slap down bard against theknuck1as of his gun hand with your open left hand, diverting the gun to his left.

At the same time pivot your body to the left. After striking instantly grasp his hand •.

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Form':,#8 or to pull his arm across your chest '0'

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PISTOL HELD IN FRONT BUT OUT OF REACH

If your opponent holds the" gun well back outO! reach but extends his left arm to frisk you. sla.p his left elbow with your ~ight hand so as to turn his body to his right.

COUNTER-ATTACK-

With your left fist deliver a blow to the base of his skull and quickly step be - hind him. Reach both hands under his right arm. gra.sp his gunhand and pull it up into

the center of hie back into a hammer-lock. Here the disarming takes place. Hit him

. over the:'head with the pistol or continue as described in Form ib.

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_Turn to the right bringing your .s >, right elbow back and down as you turr~ so as:,. to atrlkeand divert his gun arm. Hold the' upper arm,vertical as you turn. Immediately grasp hiBrtght hand with your right.

COUNTER-ATTACK

,Deliver a blow with your left fis't ' to the base of his skull and. perform Form '5. '

This is an extremely ad.vanta.geous '. position and there are many alternate counter attacks possible:

Throv +3 (if the piatol has been dropped)

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Form #14 Escape 112 '

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Turn t~ your left brlnglngyour . lefte.lbowback and down as you turn so as" •.. to strike and divert his gun arm. Hold the upp(Jr arm :vertical as you turn. Immedlate-,_.· 1y grasp.his r 19ht hand with your l"ft.'

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. Deliver a right heel of hand blow to hie.1aw or a fist blow to his .throat. .\ With YQ~r right knee strike his testicles . and then step behind his right leg with your right. Continue as described in Escape Ig.

An alternate counter-attack would be to pass your left arm around his gunarm and perform the arm leverage described in Escape fib.

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OVERHAND :BLOW WITH A CLUB OR KN!FE

Lea.p in witllYour right fore-arm :held horizontally by letting his descending wrist contact your fore-arm. right hand down lind grasp his right hand.

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If you have caught his arm u~ high before the blow 1s fully developthe arm lock described in.Form 115.

If the blow is further developed a.nd his arm. is lower use Form 17 or counter-attacks listed in Defense #3 for a pistol held to left 6f spine.

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Your opponent holds hiB rifle with or without bayonet at hip. level on his right side. His left hand 1s extended!tinder the barrel and his right hand grips at the trigger. Pivot your body to the lett 80 a& to be outside of the line of :fire. Slap down with your right hand a~the end 0 f the barrel to divert the muzzle to-his l~ft. Grasp,the muzzle with your right hand fingers on t§p.and thumb underneath.

RIFLE IN BA.CK

Ptvot your body to the right and divert the end of hier-iile to his left with your right arm. Use the arm as described in pistol defenses, d~verting with upper arm if rifle 18 high and bystra1ghtening the arm if low. Grasp the muz~le with your right hand, fingers9n top and thumb undernea~h •

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COUNTER-ATTACK

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UNDERHAND JAB OR SLASH WITH KNIFE

Sidestep and pivot to the left so that you are outslde·of opponents arm and his jab passes in front of you. At the same time his right wrist with either hand so as to further divert the blow .. 11 grasp his wri st.

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If you have caugh.t his hand with your left use the same counter-:. attacks as in Defense 11."'

If you have caught his hand with your right use the Sa.I:'le counte attacks as in Defense 13 e : >

If you have fully perfected Block ;3 against kicks BO that you throw yourself down it will provide an excellent defense against a knife in a cautious manner.

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DEFENSE is, BAYONET THRUST

Sidestep and pivot to the left so that you are outside of the

t and the thrust passes in front of you. At the same time strike the the barrel v~th either hand so as to further divert the thrust~

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Same as Defense 17.

If the opponent is running'at you it is well to try to push the end the barrel down so that the bayonet digs into the ground. Th1s should tear weapon from his grasp especially if you are then able to grasp toward the t and lift up on it. The situation here is too variable to detail further tsr-atta.cks. You should be in an advantageous position to gain posseBsion

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A IIvttal Touch" is any blow or-pre.asure that cauaee pain, injury or death. Vital Touches are given with ,the little finger edge of· the hand, the open palm, the heel of the hand; the'stlffenedfinger. the knuekles~ the head, the shoulder, the elbow. the knee, the heel 'of the fO'Qt and the toes of the foot. :Blows can also be giveu with a stick or club. Vital touches

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METHODS OF DmLlVERING MVITAL TOUCHES·

114ge of Hand. Thii ia a out,tlng- or chopping .blow . given with the'little finger edge of the ~en hand. Striking area i8 between the wr~st and the base of the little finger. The edge of the hand can be toughened by' pounding on hard objects. .

Heelef the Hand. This blow· i8 given in the same mannerss an uppercut. blow in boxing or by driving straight from the shoulder. The hand is held bent back as hard as possible. The heel of the hand can be toughened by pound-

ing on hard objects. .

Fist ..Fist blows are given with the upper finger jointa. the hand being tightly 'doubled up with the back of

it in a line with the upper am. Fist blows are more effective if some small object is held in the hand- .. Bueh as a s_li stle~ or a handkerchief with your loose change tied· up in it.

Siagle KnUCkle. Clench the hand letting the

knuokle of the middle !ingerprotrud~. Presstbe thumb against th3 lower joint of this finger to reinforce it. This blow 1s used for gouging a small area.

\ Wade Knuckle. Hold the hand with the' upper finger joints in a line with the back of th8han~t the lower joint. being clenched under.

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Front Elbow. Tightly elench the fist and double the lower arm against the 'upper arm. .liold the elbow up high at the same level as the shoulder. Swing the elbow like a fist.

Back Elbow. Striking area is the back of the 81- . bow. The forearm is held at a ninety degree angle to the upper arm and the hand is beld oPeD and rigid.

Front K1ck. Deliver with the toe of the shoe. If wearing light -canvas shoes or if barefoot kick with the ball of the foot.

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3ffeet; Pain, injury, death.

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'gffecta Pain~ injury, death.,

D. Throat. The vagUs nerve and carotid arteries run up both sides of the windpipe and are most vulnerable high up un~er the angle of the ja" bone. An edge of ! hand blow or pressure as from a choke is used.

Effect: Pain. unconsciousness. death.

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Effect.: Pain, injUl7. death.

G. ,Heart. Heavy crushing blow.just to the left, of center of the chest with the fist , knee ,foot, elbow or club. Effect~ Pai~t unoonsciousness, death.

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. stiffened fing~rs or the' point of ast'1ck just under the center bottom of the chest. It is preferable bUt not'essential to deliver the blow when ~he opponent exhales.

Effect: Pain. unconsciousness. and in rare cases. death •

. Testicles. Any kind' of heavy smash-lngblow or by squeezing with the hand.

Effect: Pain, unconsciousness. death •.

Knee Cap. A shattering bi-ow with the toe or heel of the shoe or a club.

Effect: Pain and comple~e disablement of the leg.

Foot • Stamping with heel or a club. on the top arch of the foot.

Effect: Pain and complete disablement of the foot.

Back of Neck. A rabbit punch with the edge of hand to the exact center of the back: of the neck. Thh must be a sla.nting downward blow.

Effect: Unconsciousness, pa~aly8is. death.

Backbone. A heavy smashing blow or kick or a c..Lub . anywhere on the spine especially just at hips level. Effect: Unconsciousness. paralysis, death.

Kidneys. Any kind of blow or concentrated pressure about .an inch and a half each side of the backbone and on about the level of the belly button.

Effect: Pain, injury, unconsciousness.

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PRIMARILY BY QUICK HARD GOUGES

1. In and up under the frontal bone over the 8Y8.

2e Prominence of the cheek bone.

,3- Bridge of the nose.

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5. Under the ear ~n back of the jaw bone.

b. On front bottom of chin in line with dog teeth.

7. Breast Bone.

8. Teats. Pinch and twist.

9. Inside Shoulder muscle under collar bone gouging from front against shoulder joint.

10. Armpit. Gouge or straight finger jab.

11. Inside upper arm.

12. Crazy bone.

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14. Wrist where the pulse is taken. Gouge outward (thumb side) against bone.

15. Wrist. end of bone on 11tt~e finger side of wrist.

lb. Pinch muscle between thumb and firet finger.

17. High up between thumb and first finger. FressUTe 'against upper bone of first finger.

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19* Straight finger jab or edge "of hand blow directed in

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20. Along the fold ot" the groin above the testicles ~

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Along the inner 81de of the upper leg 1s a cord that can be go~d from crotch to knee. It 18 moat vulnerable, up high ,on the leg and then again about tvo Inchei above the knee and towards the, front of the leg.

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24.. Between the toe bones about an inch above the bass of the toea.

25. ,Half way between the ankle bone and the heel on the inside of the foot.

2b. Just under the ankle bone on the outside of the foot. '

27. On the inside 'of the leg above the a~le bone presB from back side forward against the shin bone.

28. Prominence of the calf muscle and again about onathird of the way, up from the bottom oftha calf muscle.

29. Going around to the back: from the hip bone about four inehe .. and abo'?-t two inches lower down.

30. Knuckle massage anywhere along the backbone. e8~eclal11 , lower down.

"31. Prominence of the muscle that ~nB between the'shoulder and the neck. Half way between the shoulder and the neck just to the back of the top. ,Pressure or edge of hand blow. An edge of hand blow will cramp the head to

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32. Close againBt the 8ide of the neck gouge down in back of the collarbone. This 8pOt is used in resusc1tation.

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Short Stick. Find a stick about six inches long and about three-quarters of an inch in diameter. Grasp the stick so that it projects about one-half inch beyond the hal1don each side. Hit with the ends of the. stick. A fist bloY-delivered while holding the stick will be much more so~id than a blow without the stick.

Your opponent will find it difficult to get. the stick away from yoU&S it 1s not long enough for him to grasp.

If he grasps your wrist. to stop a blow. twist your hand so as to drive the endo! the _tick into the back of his hand.

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Magazine. ltoll a small magazine up tightly and use in the same manner as the short stick. .

Sock. Remove a sock and fill it with sandt earth, a small rock or yaur loose change •.

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throw it in your opponents eyes.

Cigarettes. Break open several cigarettes and gather the loose tobacco in your hand. Throw this into your opponents eyes.

Beer Bottle. Grasp a beer bottlJ by the neck and break it over your opponents head. After breakill8 it jab him in the eyes and throat with the jagged end.

Chair. A light chair held by the back and seat i. an effective shield against a man with a knife. Hold it as a shield and jab him with its leg ••

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ImMina.tion. Use your imagination and you will be abl" to see other common objects that oan be used ",!th deadly effect.

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Lean sideways to your left until your body is horizoutalor nearly SO~ Lift your right leg and double it u:p~·balaneing on you," left leg.

Daliver a forceful kick to your opponent's kneecap with the bottom of your right heel. This kick will shatter his kneecap.

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Kick at your opponent so that the t-oe- of your shoe s"trikes up under his knee-; cap.

Kick at' your opponents testicles with the arch,of your foot.

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push his foot up as high as you can above yol,lr headt so tha.t he falls onto the back of hishea..d.

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YOli· are on your back and' your opponent approachestoward your feet to kick you •

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Drive the heel of your left ,foot against his right kneecap, This will shatter his kneecap and knock him down.

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You are on your hands and knee s • Your opponent approaches 'from your head or side to kick you.

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S iuJ-i tau 'chokes exert pressure on the arterles and

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A properly applied Jiu Jltsu choke will render a man unc.,nscious within tan seconds.

Choking 8.n opponent whUe sta.nc.ing in front of him is generally inadvisable as you are wide open to counterRtt,ac.k. One front chokers described thR.t is considered practica.l becaus e of its extreme severity. The opponent is rendered unconscious nearly inst?-ntaneously and has but little tinie for cocrrt.er=a t t.ack,

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the left 'of h1sneck, your left hand to therlght of his neckt your thumbs pointed down and your fingers ina ide of hie collar. The holds-should be taken well back. if possible. with only about two incheS between the handa at the, back of

the neck. .

. Straighten your arms with a jerk as though' to pull your hands apart at the back of bis neck. Allow your thUlDbB " to be forced into the hollo\( in the throat just above the breast bone 'by your effort i.n straightening your arms.

As a prevention ag~inB~ a kick and to add to this tr ick f apr ing off the gr ound -and get a BC fs a ore ar ound ,your opponent's waist. " (:ave a. sharp squeeze at :the bottom of his ribs as you straighten your arms and quickly regain your feet

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Hikkoshi Xeage "Kicking up or tossing by Drawing Hip". From in front of your opponent reach around in back of his neck in such 8 way tha"t his head 1s back of your armpit and hie body is in front of you.' Clasp the hand that has this hea'd lock: with the other hand to enforce the pressure or reach down and grasp his belt in the back. place your foot on his abdomen or high on

the insld.e of hiB leg, fall backward, kick upward throwing him on over you retainln& yonrhold on his neck. Follow him on over with your own body close to his to come downW1.th your knees astraddle of him. " Withth~ momentum you have gained from your double backward somersault jerk up stronglyon his head and twist it BO 8S to break his neck e .

This trick is especially a.pplicable when your opponent rushes you with his head' held low.

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Mawari-Iri IIRounding with Lapel~.

F1' in front of your opponent grasp his .' left lapel, well back. with your right hand, thumb inside the collar. Fleee yoUr left <hand on the back of his right shoulder or. grasp high on his right arm. Push on your· . right hand and pull on your left hand 80

_ that you spin him around in front of you.' Your right arm will curl around his throat and his back will be to you. Fass your . left:a.r:m under his left arm and up to the' bad" of his haad , PresS with your left ht:U1dand pull with your right to choke him •..

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hlsyoh can reach a.cross his chest and ~ grasp his, right coat lapel instead of placing your hand on the back of his head. Pull down on his right coat lapela:'lld back around on his left coat lapel to choke him.

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From behind your opponent, pass your r~ght arm over bis right ~houlder. in front of his throat and under his chtn until you can

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.. over his ieft shoulder. Grasp your right hand· eo th~t your left hand is underneath and the pa.lms together. Bring your· left elbow·well down into the middle of his baek , PreB,eyour he?-d agains this head and exert . th~>·levera.ge that 'you have against his throFlt. Kick hard against the back of one ofhis:knees and push so that he will sink to <the ground.

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From'bahlnd your opponent pase your left arm over his left shoulder. in front of his throat and under his chin. Make sure that hiB neck is up snug in the bend of your elbow. Extend your right arm over his right shoulder. Grasp high up on your right arm wi th your left hand . Bend your right arm, and place your right hand on the back of your opponent's head. Place your forehead

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KATSU ItVIVIOATIONIt.

Instructors of Jiu Jitsu are required by the traditions and ethics of the art to teach resusitation to their students at the tim!! that the dange rOll B chokes and vital touches are taught.

The accepted form of resusitation in this country is the Shaefer Prone--method of Artificial Bespirat 10n. A system of r'esusitation that has been used for 'centuries in conjun9tlon with the practice of Jtu Jitsu is given here. The author hRB seen this successfully used a number of times.

This is,.not I however. an a.ccepted form of resus !tat ion by the medical profession of this country. Doctors wlth whom the author has discUssed this have e~res8ed the opinlon that they do not see why it' should work but that it can do no harm to an unconscious person.

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-collarbone which~s very pronounced ~whenthe shoulders are hunched forward. Fractice on yourself to find the spot which 1s in back of the collarbone close up alongside the neck. When you hit the right spot you will feel sharp pain in your armpit.

The thUmb is forced in with a tendency to reach in under the collarbone a.nd the fingers of each hand extend over the chest in front.

Put your mouth close to the victim's ears and shout into

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ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION COMBI~ED WITH KATSU.

It is possible to combine the Jiu Jitsu system of mechanical stimlllatlol?- of nerve centers with the accepted form of resus !tnt ton usedln this country, the Shaefer Prone me.thod of Artificial Respirfition.

Proceed with artificial respirat ion in the normal manner.

When you release. the pressure you have exerted to force his exhalation reach up and tap the seventh dorsal vertebrae. Do this without_ spoiiing you:r timing instantly returning your hands to normal position for the next pressure. After your next release use your time to locate the pectoral arch. Next period gouge into the pectoral arch an4.8hout in his ear. Next period tap the seventh dorsal again. If you have help your companion Can apply the nerve stimulus while you concentrate on the artificial respiration.

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Your opponent, standing behind you is ehoking you. tie has you bent well backward off balance and has his right forearm against your neck.

Using a. wedge knuckle blow strike on the point of his right elbow with right hand. endeavoring to hit his crazy bone. After hitting goUge into his crazy bone with your knuckles.

You must be' accurate and fast for this break or your opponent will haVe you unconscious in a matter of seconds.

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Reach back and grasp his testicles. pull ~d squeeze on them.

Stamp down hard vith your heel on th~ arch of his foot.

Swing your head back, driving the ba.ck of your head into his fa.ce.

If possible to reacn up high enough grasp one of his little fingers, bend it back and break it.

Force your arms up to loosen-his grasp, give him a back elbow blow to the solAr-olexus. Grasp his r~ght'ha:t:1d and ShOu.lder and make the thrOW\ ItO inage II descrlb~d in the chapter on rolls and fa11e..

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with an edge, of hand bloYl or a straight'fiager jab. ,

Bring the palms of your handa to-

'gather, 8w~ng them up between his arms with lorce, breaking his grip and forcing his arms apart.' Give ,him a concussion 'blow over both his ears with the palma of the s11gh~ly cupped hands. Butt him in the face with the

top of your head.

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. '., ··..T:Grasp . 'the ': ~ck .. , o.f.his'·;le'ft'~erDow··i with Y~.right, :hAnd):' pass·youf:;Fl.eft·:hand . up Jns14e,:i.hia anns'over thetop'of ~his'left arm ·.and!grasp his left elbow t reinforcing the grl~·>y.ciuhav~ .. with your right hand •

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"Cock your head 'over to your right

so as'to clSJnl' his left hand between head and shoulder against your neck;

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side your

Pull strongly on hie elbow.toward your. left and then toward yourself

and down. Your Pull should be 1nsuch a manner that it tends to keep his e'lbow,,.fr'om bending.

Your opponent w1l1 be forced to .bend d.ownas you pull his arm 'into a. verticalposition. Bring your knee with force up into his face.

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Pass your ~ left., a,r,m over the t c.p· of his .:r.ighta.rm and a.round that your forefl,Tm passes;p.n~erhl@ elbow ~ Grasp 'your right -arm. high the biceps with your lef.t\·:han~. Place your%,-ight 'Jegto the out s t de . right leg. Press outward .-against his rightsh01l1der ~i thyour right' pry upward under his elbow witr. your left arm -. :.A.s· he falls over your when he has fully lost his bal.ance rear back: hard on his. art!') to break·

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,-' 'Your-~p:ponent. standing in front

of 'YOu 'has :you .Ln a bear 'hug~-pinning your --;; - arms}'to'your' sides .:"-,, _ ,:-:,,:,/ ':'" -, .:

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,_ . ;,~:i!':'Yo~-'wlil have;'~-cer-tain-8lllount-'~f'_'fr~'~a6m- with your lower arms.-

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-Gouge him in'the armpits'.

Gouge him under his lower ribs.

Grasp and squeeze hls testi~l'es.

Gouge into his kidneys. '

Knee him In the testicles.

Press down hard with the point of your chin on t,he top center of-thfff'muscle (Trapezius) ru.nning between his shoulder and neck.

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,·lA" .: ']i}SCAP)J1I8.. GRASPED.WRISTS "';"':l:t~,;.r .•..... DIOTE\'tHAND~~E~I~.,'

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. '. ~..; 'i" Your"opponent whl1e,.s.tand~ng in:(·::~.~;::,)c front of you 'has graspedboth-:' of your vrists.:Sreafc -, his grip by simply forcing'·

your arrij~:·.tigainsthls·thu.m'bs~·;:., :,' ," .•..

?;"After breaking his grip quickly grasp hi~::left' wr1st and. jerk him forward."' Place Y'4~rtght leg outside' of ru:td behind his rtgti~;leg andklck it out from' under him. At theseune time deliver a heel of hand blow to his >'Ja'il 'fJith your rigl?-t hand.

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. As your opponent fa.lls follow him

down and drive your right knee into his " 90109,r plexus .~old the grip you have on his right arm. place your left knee high up under his right arm and apply leverage ac-

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ross it to break his arm. With your right

hand grasp his windpipe and choke.

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Your opponent:sta;idirig;o~ri':frori.tof ,'y6u-:~l1a~:.:grasped both of. y as they are' heldup.i.n'·front·'of~you\-_Yourhimds·~a:re~"above his.

, Clench your 'rig~~':~:~k~ft':{~~}<WHh/the ~li~~'i_i~-:;~j~~~~~;slde' .of your'

fist strike down .har-d on hi~.'.tight hand wh,ichisholding your left wrist

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This will break hi~;i.grip on your left wrist and driVe his hand Open your right hand-and cQn.t~lnue to press hiBright_hand down and to his' so as to keep it blocked 0\1.£.

Step in and del iver a blow to thesid.e of his neck with your 00'11. Step back and .deliv;era blow with your. left edge of hand to the his throat.

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·ESCAPE"lO - GBASPEDWRISTS •.

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opponent has grasped your ·right. wrl.st/wlthhis left' hand ,". His on topqf\your wrist and his' thumb is 'undernsRth -. · The thumb a.ide .. it toward your hand and the little fin'ger side is 'towRrd your 'e1-

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>Hold your right band extended and stiff -and swing your arm so that

. 'approaches a vertical pos1tion.·theh8.Ild·higher than the elbow •

. Place the thumb side of your stiffened left hand'agains't: ·th;e little ide' of your at iffened.·right hand. Using the right "hand 'as a 'fulcruin .

";left as a lever pry his . band off your wrist. ..,

After prying his hand off continus·to push it down and to the right left hand so 8S to keep it blocked out.

Step in and deliver a blow to the side of his neck with your right Step back and deliver a blow ..... ith your right edge of hand to the front

throat. ~

YOu.Topponent has grasped your right Wfist with his right ha.nd.· thumb sida of his hand 1s toward your elbow and the little fingerslde . ward your hand. Swing yourba.:nd out and. upbreaklng his grasp. Grasp wrist and pull him strongly forward off balance. DeiiveT an elbow and e

hand blow to his' neck withyopr left arm. .

"opponen.t has grasped ~he c~o~hingop.your chest .with his

.0 push or pull you~ , '.

his hand with both of yours 8sclose toybur chest as p08s1ble~ and your fingers across the back of his hand.'

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to your left passing your left 'elbow over the·top of his right is ~pper arm is under your armpit. Pull his hand over toward de as fal' as'possible when you do ·this.

down on his upper arm with your armpit and pull up on his hand. ce him down and into pos it ion for a backward edge of hand blow hand tohiB neck.

not lea.n forward when performing this trick. Keep your back preventhts arm from rolling forward.

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ftGIVING ONESELF UP I~ ORDER TO WIN."

The principle of n'on-resistance used in Jiu'Jitsu cannot be too.much.

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In J luJitsu' our strength is 'never pftted directly again'st our 'YH""HMnts. Rather. we feint him into applying his effort in a certain' etten and than·~a.ka advantage of hirnby applying a trick in the'dtr. tion of his effort. His strength is then helping us to perform the riok instead of hindering us.

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We push our opponent backwards, and he resists and pushes a~aln

take adva.ntage of his effort, by throwing him forward in thediris striving to go.

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We wish to 11ft up and pas a under our opponent's arm. Pull

on his arm and~n resisting U8 he ... 111 endeavor to lift his arm. ickly change our-pulling down effort to a lifting effort and with his 'We pass under his arm easily.

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"FORM 11 KOfilGAISHI ""iIA.ND' 'J!UBNINGM.,

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, ' . Grasp your opponent' s::'r 19ht.:hand ',in".t',Wrls t "

:Bend 11 tt. ' '

Pull back and keep ~ tepp'ingbaek' m~lngeveryeffort

to keep .hisal"m straightened, ou_t. ·,.Eendhl~,_-,ha.nd stronglyon hh wr11t and twist it o~tward. )~lace ;your 'right foot at - the back of your opponent's right' kllee Rnd he

will fall--tohle back, -: '

- WhaIl-.your opponent fa11-s.' place his' e1 bow on the ground ·\IIi~h.:h18 forearmperpendlcular. Allow your thumb to' slide Ldown his fingers ao tha.t the heels of your ,hands \t(i~.,l1your full weight come down on his

knuckles. bre~ing his wrist. . .

Af,t~:rbreaklng his wrist. kick his temple with your left:. toe and his lower ribs with your right toe.

FORM f2KOTE GAISHI tlHAND TURNmG".

If, when performing Form\ll your opponent manages to bend his arm as you ~e attempting the outward twist on his wrist, relea.se hie hand with your right hand continuing the twist with'your left hand. Deliver a blow to his testicles with your right knee and a blow to his neck or jaw with your right elbow.

'After delivering theblowe. continue Formll or Form 13.

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. With your· . .left:~d:}C1ke "~/r1St':Bep.d\*lll,:,":,onyour~;oppo.nent IS r hand e13end h1shand-ba9kWard·,:~owar(})1.1sBh91J.i(\er,_~:~;';~'>Pass"'·'Y'Our·· right han' }}i8 right upperarm-an4·.·gr~sp··hls ._~lght.-~ndl11::)!WT~s~13~nd:¥"~H·,' letting

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(a) P1a.ce Y'QUT right leg behind his'fr~ght and'twist ground breaking his wrist and dislocatiilg hissh·oulder.

(b) While sta~41ng. pla.ce the point of your left elbow in of his right arm at thee'ibow ",here it makes a neat for it to fit .into • . your_ left' hand. seize hi~throat and choke him while you break his 'your right hand.

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Grasp youroPpOhe~t I s right hS.nd1n·"W~lst. 'Bend *2". '. '-strongly and pullback ·to 'keep .his 'arID .B~traight.·

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Bend his

Your opponent will be . forced to turn so_that hIs right side a.nd back oward you and ,,!i11. bend over.···

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13y careful~ir,8winging his hand up , down, or sideways while you strong-

nd hl-s wrist, your opponent can be kept in this position indefinitelY or made to walkaround in this posltion~

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Pull back on your opponent - s 'arm and he '.v1ll bend down. Kick him in ace with your right foot and he will tend to straighten up, but pull bA.ck s arm and he will lean over so that you can kick him again.

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FORM 15 HIKlMA.KI UDEMPt1LLING.:-ARM --T-iISTIi.

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. Grasp t~e ba.ck oiyo~~ opponent t s';ightha~d w1t'h your right hand. ·~d jerk him strongly forward.. Pivot on your right foot~,turning your _back to him, and placing ;rour left

leg in ironto! hiro. .

Grasp the back of hiB right elbow with your left hand or grasp hiaupper arm higher toward his shoulder. Pull baCK on his band and pu&hfol"\llard on his elbow. .He will be forced forward over your leg to his face.

Place your left knee on top of his shoulder joint.

Allow your right hand to slip around into HWrlst Bend 13". Grasp his chin from over his neck with your left hand. If his face is turned toward you hit it and he wIll turn away'.

Lift his arm to dislocate "his shoulder. and bend in on the wrist to break it. As the vri.,st and 'shoulder are broken, he vill have a tendency to forget about his neck. At this time give a sudden sharp jerk on his chin to break his neck.

This form can also be started by taking his right hand in wrist bend 12 with your ~ight hand.

It lsimportant that when you push him over your leg you push out and not down or he will tend to roll forward out of your .hold.

When applying the leverage hold on the grOund f his arm should beet right angles to his body.

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