Recognized edged-weapon expert Michael Janich continues his best-selling Fighting Folders video series with this comprehensive course in reverse-grip knife tactics. Building upon the foundation of the first two volumes in the series, Janich first shows you how to adapt standard-grip knife skills to the body dynamics of reverse grip. He then presents step-by-step instruction in his combat-oriented variations of the classic Filipino reverse-grip training drills, including "Trap and Roll," "Cover and Slash," palisut and hubud. More importantly, he teaches you how to extract the appropriate skills from each of these drills so you can instantly and reflexively respond with the most effective technique in a defensive situation. Finally, he reveals the secrets of getting "up close and impersonal" with your knife work, integrating never-before-seen instruction in pentjak silat footwork and throwing technique with all the skills of the Fighting Folders series to create an unstoppable edged-weapon fighting system.
Combining Janich's proven instructional style, multiple camera angles and spectacular digital slow motion, this video sets a new standard in edged-weapon training videos.
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