Synopses & Reviews
The complete presentation of the system developed by Wally Jay, this book brings together elements from different arts, Jays broad-based yet focused and effective system incorporates theories, principles, and techniques essential to the development of every martial artist, whether a novice or a seasoned veteran. In this definitive instructional text, Jay covers the history of small-circle jujitsu; techniques for warm-ups, falling and resuscitation; details on weaknesses of the human body; locking techniques for wrists, fingers, arms, and legs; throwing and choking techniques; and self-defense against strikes, chokes, body grabs, and wrist grabs.
The complete system of small-circle jujutsu. Fully illustrated, this book covers falling, key movements, resuscitation, all forms of joint locks, throwing techniques, chokes and self-defense applications. Wally Jay is a member of Black Belt's Hall of Fame.
About the Author
Wally Jay holds a 10th dan in jujitsu and a sixth dan in judo. Jay was inducted into the Black Belt Hall of Fame in 1969 and 1990 for his contributions to jujitsu and the martial arts.