Jujitsu 'Secret' Revealed......
“Discover The Lost Secret of Jujitsu !......
“American Infantry Captain Allan Corstorphin Smith - One of the first 'Westerners' to be awarded a Black Belt in Japan in 1916 reveals the Jujitsu secret of the 'Stahara'
“Captain Smith wrote this series of seven books comprising of over 60 individual lessons during his time as hand to hand combat instructor at The Infantry School, Camp Benning, Georgia 1917-1918..... Revealing the secret the Japanese had guarded for centuries!”
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"An old Japanese master, told me once when I was very much discouraged at the
progress I was making, that Hyaku ii-yasushi Ichi ii-gatashi. Which, being
interpreted, means: The hundred tricks are easy to learn But the one principle
is difficult to learn. On asking him to be kind enough to impart this one
principle to me, he informed me that that could only be acquired after years of
practice. This elusive principle, which the Japanese professors make you search
out for yourself, this course imparts from the start by means of Stahara
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"An old Japanese master, told me once when I was very much discouraged at the progress I was making, that Hyaku ii-yasushi Ichi ii-gatashi. Which, being interpreted, means: The hundred tricks are easy to learn But the one principle is difficult to learn. On asking him to be kind enough to impart this one principle to me, he informed me that that could only be acquired after years of practice. This elusive principle, which the Japanese professors make you search out for yourself, this course imparts from the start by means of Stahara training."
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· An introductory course showing: That the secret of jujitsu is in the Stahara. How to use the Stahara. How to train the Stahara. (22 photos.)
· Defense when a man attacks your throat. After mastering this lesson, the weakest woman will be safe from such an attack. (17 photos.)
· Defense when attacked by knife, club, pistol, kicks, etc. This lesson teaches you quick thinking and gives you presence of mind in an emergency. (44 photos.)
· Taking prisoners, hammerlocks, and a number of tricks whereby the weaker man can get the stronger.
· Three of the secret grips of Japan never yet published in any book, Japanese or otherwise.
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Lost Secret Of Jujitsu -
JUJITSU IS BOTH SELF-DEFENSE AND MENTAL TRAINING
Jujitsu as a means of self-defense will teach you to take care of yourself in dangerous situations whether armed or unarmed. It is a valuable study as it trains you to evade the impact of an opponent's strength and attack him at a
point where he can bring only 20 per cent of his strength to bear. It teaches you to unbalance your opponent. Conversely it trains you to retain your own balance and to bring 100 percent of your strength to bear in every effort you make. A man trained in jujitsu will instinctively act on this principle in everything he does whether engaged in a physical contest or a mental one. A course of jujitsu therefore will leave its permanent mark on your mentality. It teaches you to retain your poise in the arena where the contests are physical, brawn against brawn, or in the public forum, where mind is pitted against mind, intellect against intellect. It has another and more immediate result in the resources of self-defense that will be at your immediate disposal whenever you are attacked, or whenever you go to the rescue of someone else. A strong man by its aid will be enabled to use his strength in a more workmanlike manner, and a weak man will be able to discount the superior strength of his adversary. A woman equipped with this science will no longer be at the mercy of a ruffian. She will furthermore retain her presence of mind and keep cool, in an emergency.
THE COURSE CONSISTS OF: -
1. An introductory course showing: That the secret of jujitsu is in the Stahara. How to use the Stahara. How to train the Stahara. (22 photos. )
2. Defense when a man attacks you by seizing you around waist. There are five tricks in this series, and they provide a splendid means of exercise. (18 photos. )
Defense when a man attacks your throat. After mastering this lesson, the weakest woman will be safe from such an attack. (17 photos. )
3. Defense when opponent seizes your wrists. Teaching how to lever them out by the strength of your body. This lesson trains you to use your body as a whole. (26 photos. )
4. Defense when attacked from behind. By having your practice partner attack from behind, you master a series of tricks that will be useful in any situation of attack or defense. (34 photos. )
5. Defense when attacked by knife, club, pistol, kicks, etc. This lesson teaches you quick thinking and gives you presence of mind in an emergency. (44 photos. )
6. Taking prisoners, hammerlocks, and a number of tricks whereby the weaker man can get the stronger. These are intensely interesting tricks, most of them published for the first time. (49 photos. )
7. Three of the secret grips of Japan never yet published in any book, Japanese or otherwise. These tricks give you the power of life or death. The method of instruction allows them to be practised as an interesting pastime, and with absolute safety. (38 photos. )
(TOTAL 248 photos. )
This lesson illustrates the principle of putting the strength of your whole body into everything you do instead of merely using the strength of the particular hand or arm which is immediately concerned in the operation.........
Ninja Knife Throwing -
The universal throwing knife is the most versatile and easiest knife to begin training with. Handle-thrown knives are the second best. Blade-thrown knives are slightly more difficult to master for beginners.
Other facts about throwing knives.
Do not be surprised if throwing knives do not resemble regular combat knives. Many throwing knives are flat and do not have regular wood or plastic handles. They can be used in hand-to-hand combat, but that is not their primary function.
A note on throwing ordinary knives and miscellaneous objects:
Any knife (or any object which can be picked up) can be thrown effectively, once a Ninja understands both how an object is balanced, and the basics of throwing: judging distance, throwing methods and rotations. This includes knives and objects not specifically designed for throwing: hunting knives, kitchen knives, and even items seldom considered to have potential as weapons, such as ice picks, scissors and screwdrivers. Once the basics of knife throwing contained in this book are learned, a Ninja can apply those same principles to throwing almost anything. The general
NINJA KNIFE THROWING
rule of thumb is to find the center of balance of an object, and understand how it flies. For example, a screwdriver can be treated like a knife. If the handle is heavier, throw the object by the blade, using full rotations. If the blade is heavier, throw it by the handle, using half rotations. Practice with such irregular items on large cardboard boxes. It will be surprising just how many “household” items can be trans- formed into deadly throwing weapons in the hands of a Ninja who has mastered the art of throwing. But be careful; items not designed to be thrown may be damaged or ruined by such practice and training. It is often enough just to know that the principles of Ninja knife throwing can be applied to other objects as well.
One other caution remains to be explained. Knife throwing is a difficult skill to learn which requires dedication, determination and constant practice. Study the following throwing and training methods and practice them con- sistently. But once in combat, never throw a knife or other weapon unless there is a good chance of distracting, wounding, or slaying one’s opponent. A knife which misses and does not affect an opponent results in wasted effort. And it may even supply one’s enemy with a weapon he did not have before.
The two basic ways of gripping a throwing knife are by the handle and by the blade. The two basic throws are the underhand and the overhand throw. Other more complicated throws are performed with a sidearm motion. All of these techniques, along with some variations, will be presented and discussed in detail in this section. But first, how to carry and conceal throwing knives must be discussed.
Carrying and Concealing Throwing Knives
Obviously, Ninja must either carry throwing knives on them or have them accessible in some way in order for the knives to be useful. There are a variety of carrying and concealment methods.............
The Art Of Close Combat -
First Steps in Offensive and Defensive Close Combat
The purpose of this text book is to present the reader with both offensive and defensive examples of close combat. A very wide spectrum of techniques and tactics will be described in this text book. The original purpose of this approach was to allow the reader to select techniques that suit them personally and also meet their operational requirements. The techniques described and illustrated in this text book have been used in general warfare by Western states from the early 1900's onwards. These armies have always used close combat training programs for two main reasons;
• First, close combat training promotes fighting spirit and ruthless efficiency. • Second, close combat training programs are the solid foundations for self confidence on the battle field.
Self Defense. The amount of physical force used in self defense must be the minimum necessary to protect either you or others. This degree of force should allow you to either escape ward off or neutralize an attack.
Close Combat. To fight and oppose with little regard paid to minimum force requirements. The amount of force used will depend on the operational aims. This may include neutralizing, disabling, capturing and killing the enemy.
Whenever possible, text book and video studies must be complemented with "hands on training" from a competent instructor. First hand accounts from combat veterans will also give more credence to the training program.
Join a boxing, karate or kung fu club and gain valuable contact experience. This must include the practice of timing hits, judging distance, feinting, counter attacking and closing in for grappling techniques. Do not spend to long learning the one style. Focusing on the one style will create a mind set for that particular style. For example, focusing on boxing may cause you to miss the chance to either kick or throw your opponent when that opportunity arises.
Join a club that specializes in judo, jujitsu, sombo or wrestling. Here you will learn the fundamentals of balance, break falling, strangling, choking, limb locking, the mount, the guard and escapes. A good substitute for sound practical hands on instruction in these areas does not exist. When you are fighting more than one opponent, grappling must be avoided. You will limit your chances of survival if you allow yourself to be tied up by either applying or being caught in body holds or arm lock.
A competent ground fighter can be defeated by any of the following quick and lethal tactics.................
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