Jiu-Jitsu Training - Braun Ch. - Book
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In order to be able to train effectively in Jiu-Jitsu, this book has been constructed to cover the basic positions, techniques and combinations required. J
In order to be able to train effectively in Jiu-Jitsu, this book has been constructed to cover the basic positions, techniques and combinations required. Jiu-Jitsu Training moves on from the author's first book, Jiu-Jitsu - The Basics, and is directed at every Jiu-Jitsuka who has learned the basics and wants to improve. The reader will find an introduction to self-defense in groundwork. Themes about self-defense against attacks with weapons (stick and knife) and against attacks using firearms at close range are also included, as well as lessons concerning locking, throwing, striking and kicking techniques. This book will not only allow every Jiu-Jitsuka to consequently prepare him/herself effectively for a grading test, it will also provide the trainer with a comprehensive reference book.
Christian BraunChristian Braun, Frankenthal, Germany, has been practicing various forms of Martial Arts for 20 years. Amongst other things he is a Grand Master in Ju-Jutsu (5th Dan). He is the holder of further Master titles in traditional Jiu-Jitsu systems and is an instructor in Progressive Fighting Systems, Madunong Guro in Eskrima and he teaches Luta-Livre. For several years he has instructed on national courses throughout Germany for the German Ju-Jutsu Association (Deutscher Ju-Jutsu Verband e.V.) and has officiated as the main instructor for instructor training for the German Association. He is also Head Instructor for Open Mind Combat. 1. Introduction 2. Forms of Movement (Sabaki) Changing Stances • Forms of movement in groundwork • Free movement forms 3. Breakfalls (Ukemi) Fall forwards • Fall backwards • Rolling over obstacles in the standing position • Breakfall techniques with a partner 4. Groundwork Techniques (Ne-waza) Holding technique with the opponent on the stomach • Holding technique in a defensive position while lying on the back • Moving from lying on the back into the upper position • Holding techniques for a lock or strangling technique 5. Complex Exercise Carrying out a free choice of throwing technique on a moving, but passive partner (repeated several times) • Carrying out a free choice of Atemi combinations on a moving, but passive partner 6. Defense Using the Three-step Contact 7. Jiu-Jitsu Combination Techniques Defensive Techniques • Atemi techniques • Applying pressure to nerve points • Stranglehold techniques • Levering techniques • Throwing techniques 8. Defense against Stick Attacks Controlling the stick attacking arm • Counter-attacks amp disturbing techniques against stick attacks 9. Defense against Knife Attacks Controlling the knife attacking arm • Training methods 10. Defense against Attacks with Various Objects With contact • Without contact 11. Follow-on Techniques Follow-on techniques after a locking technique • Follow-on techniques after a defended atemi technique by the defender • Follow-on techniques after a throw technique 12. Counter Measure Techniques Counter measures against locking techniques • Counter measures against throwing techniques 13. Free Self-defense Free self-defense against bear-hugging techniques • Free self-defense against atemi attacks • Free self-defense using a stick 14. Free Applications In Atemi • For throwing and groundwork techniques Literature • Photo amp Illustration Credits • About the Author