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Kung Fu Grappling Book by Noah Knapp

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Kung Fu Grappling is a concise guide to the self-defense locks, throws and takedowns of kung fu. Sifu Noah Knapp introduces you to the concepts essential to kung fu grappling: Chin Na, non-resistance, core seeking, touch sensitivity, positioning and the manipulation of circles.

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Kung Fu Grappling is a concise guide to the self-defense locks, throws and takedowns of kung fu. Sifu Noah Knapp introduces you to the concepts essential to kung fu grappling: Chin Na, non-resistance, core seeking, touch sensitivity, positioning and the manipulation of circles.

Based on this foundation, you'll learn the basic skills of stepping, covering, falling safely, offensive and defensive starts and speed grappling, then put all of these to work in applying a wide range of self-defense skills against an assailant. Learn offensive and defensive kung fu applications of wrist locks, arm locks, upper and lower body grappling, submissions, sweeps, throws, takedowns and holds.

LEARN:
- Falls
- Rolls
- Positioning
- Starts
- Wrist locks
- Takedowns
- Wrist crushes
- Throws
- Elbow locks
-Submissions
- Shoulder locks
- Entries
- Finger locks
- Stepping
- Elbow twists
- Chokes
- Stance reading
- Arm bars
- Headlocks
- Chin Na
- Leg sweeps
- Leg locks 
 
Sifu Noah Knapp is a second generation Kung Fu instructor with over a quarter of a century of Martial Arts experience, having attained a 3rd degree black sash in Drunken Kung Fu as well as black belts and/or training ranks in several other arts including Kenpo Karate, Kali, Silat, Tai Chi, & Aikido.
 
Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Fundamental Concepts

Going to the Ground
Front roll
Back roll
Fighting Upright vs. Ground Fighting
Chin Na
Natural Torque
Core Seeking
Non-resistance
Sacrifice Fall
Touch Sensitivity
Concept of Constant Contact
CCC exercise
Manipulation of Circles
Single Hand Circles
Double Hand Circles
Countering Pressure Exercise
Positioning
Chapter Summary

Chapter 3: Entries & Speed Grappling
Fight Preparation
Offensive Starts vs. Defensive Starts
Stepping
Covering
Speed Grappling
Quick Defensive Outfighting
Chapter Summary

Chapter 4: Hand & Wrist Takedowns
Positions, Pressure Locations, & Direction
Hand & Wrist Limitations
Twisting Pressure Application
Thumb Twist
Thumb Hyperextension
Fight Application
Locks & Holds
Defensive
Forward Push Release
Quick Releases
Snake up the Branch
Offensive
Mirror Handed Wrist Crush
Cross Handed Wrist Crush
Inward Wrist Crush
Outward Wrist Crush
Throws & Takedowns
Chapter Summary

Chapter 5: Arm Locks and Takedowns
Positions, Pressure Locations, & Direction
Fight Application
Locks & Holds
Torque Crank
Inward Elbow Lock
Outward Elbow Twist
Inward Elbow Twist
Elbow Hyper-extension
Arm Bar Takedown
Arm Bar Body Lock
Reverse Shoulder Hyper-extension
Shoulder Lock
Folded Arm Takedown
Chapter Summary

Chapter 6: Upper Body Grappling
Positions, Pressure Locations, & Direction
Fight Application
Locks & Holds (Offensive)
Chin Twist
Cross Choke
Noose locks
Rib Crush
Sleeper Hold
(Defensive)
Throat Grab Release
Rear Facing Headlock
Throws & Takedown (Offensive)
Counter Pressure Twist
Double Handed Neck Swing
Forward Facing Headlocks (Defensive)
Chapter Summary

Chapter 7: Lower Body Grappling
Positions, Pressure Locations, & Direction
Fight Application
Locks & Holds
Stepping
Knee to Knee Attacks
Throws & Takedowns
Inside Leg Sweep
Outside Leg Sweep
Scissor Sweep
Vine Arm
Leg Bar Takedown
Knee Lock Takedown
Ankle Twist Takedown
Pinning Leg Pull
Chapter Summary
 
Additional Information
SKU BV-81086
Release Date Apr 1, 2009
Other Info No
Book Format No
Languages English

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