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The key to winning a fight is neutralizing your opponent's strengths and using his weaknesses against him.
In Junsado Fundamentals, Standing and Ground Combat, Sang H. Kim teaches you how to neutralize and destroy your opponent in standing and ground confrontations, including realistic, no-nonsense strategies against tackles, head locks, chokes, arm locks, punches, grabs, low kicks, sweeps, throws, pins and a variety of strikes.
Over 50 standing and ground combat scenarios take you through a wide range of possible attack and defense situations to improve your fighter's instinct. In addition to demonstrating a practical defensive strategy, each scenario illustrates a key Junsado principle in action, building your ability to apply fighting principles across a wide range of situations. Also included is a complete reference to the fundamental skills of Junsado, including: stance, open and closed hand strikes, elbow strikes, low kicks, knee strikes, takedowns, wrist, arm, elbow and shoulder locks and ground fighting skills.
Junsado, founded by former South Korean Special Agent and lifelong martial artist, is a dynamic and direct fighting style. This concise reference will help you hone your fundamental fighting skills, give you a framework for developing your fighting strengths, and reveal core principles that can be applied in the ring or on the street.
Over 650 full-color photos.
About the Author
Sang H. Kim is the author of over 20 books and the creator of Junsado, the Way of Combat Expert, which is known for its versatility and adaptiveness. In late 1970s and early 1980s, while serving as a South Korean counter-intelligence agent, he created hand-to-hand, hand-to-weapon, and weapon-to-weapon combat training programs which later became the foundation of Junsado. He has spent a lifetime studying, practicing and refining his martial arts knowledge. Based on the popular series of videos and DVDs, he is currently working on a series of Junsado texts that comprise the complete Junsado system, including Junsado fundamentals, groundfighting, wrist locks, joint immobilizations, and weapons. He periodically blogs about Junsado at www.junsado.com.