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Practical Karate Book III: Against Multiple Unarmed Assailants

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Practical Karate Book III: Against Multiple Unarmed Assailants

M. Nakayama, Donn F. Draeger - Practical Karate Book III: Against Multiple Unarmed Assailants
Charles E. Tuttle Company | 1964 | ISBN: N/A | English | 120 pages | PDF | 6.88 MB

Practical Karate: Against multiple unarmed assailants is the third volume in the classic six-volume series by Masatoshi Nakayama and Donn Draeger.
Written for those with an understanding of karate techniques, all methods described are workable, easy-to-learn karate defense responses to unarmed assailants. Divided into chapters dealing with attacks from standing, sitting, and ground-fighting positions, including grappling attacks, this karate book provides a simple approach to using fundamental karate skills for defense.
Mastery of the responses in this martial arts guide will not make the reader invincible in personal encounters, but will provide a ready repertoire of techniques to deal with a wide variety of attacks by multiple assailants.