Mastering The Balisong Knife - Janich M.D. - DVD
  • Mastering The Balisong Knife - Janich M.D. - DVD

Mastering The Balisong Knife - Janich M.D. - DVD

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Now you can master the lightning-fast techniques of the balisong knife. Completely revised and updated using state-of-the-art digital equipment, multipl
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Now you can master the lightning-fast techniques of the balisong knife. Completely revised and updated using state-of-the-art digital equipment, multiple camera angles and crystal-clear slow-motion, this groundbreaking video production featuring balisong master Michael Janich will teach you an impressive array of balisong techniques ranging from the simplest of openings to the actual deployment of the butterfly knife in combat. Janich begins with a set of basic, reverse-grip and intermediate openings and closings that will increase your dexterity and familiarity with the balisong. From there, he progresses to the more visually impressive techniques, such as the helicopter spin, the finger roll, and grip and hand changes. Then, building on the foundation of skill imparted in the previous movements, he teaches the aerial techniques: tossing your knife into the air and catching it in the open, ready position. Whether you'sre a simple hobbyist or an experienced knife fighter, this video will open your eyes as to what the balisong knife can really do. This new DVD version includes an additional 25 min. of instruction. Michael D. Janich is an accomplished knife instructor, knife designer and edged-weapons expert. His knife curriculum has been officially adopted by the Spyderco knife company and forms the basis for its Martial Blade Craft (MBC) and Counter-Blade Craft (CBC) programs. For more information on Michael Janich and his tactical programs, see his Web site at www.martialbladecraft.com. - INTRODUCTION - BASIC OPENING TECHNIQUES - BASIC REVERSE GRIP TECHNIQUES - INTERMEDIATE TECHNIQUE - AERIAL OPENINGS - GRIP CHANGES - THE BALISONG IN COMBAT - CONCLUSION
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