Learn the basics of martial arts and real fighting games which are very popular and technically creative in this modern game world.
Learn Facts About REAL FIGHTS From The Man Over There!
Dear friend, Forget everything you thought you might know about martial arts and pay close attention to the words you are about to read. If you have spent any amount of time in the martial arts then you know it is a game of “physical chess.”
Just as important as strength and condition (and some say more important) is knowledge. The difference between winning and losing often boils down to which player sees opportunities that his opponent doesn’t take. These days mixed martial arts and grappling submission are very popular. It looks like there’s a new gym at every other strip mall these days. The sad fact is that the majority of these places teach the same material. This presents an opportunity for competitors who think outside the box!
WARNING: Some of these techniques may now be illegal and be considered “as unsportsmanlike” …
Jake Shannon has compiled out-of-print classics from his personal Western Martial Arts library, along with other original items he has revealed, PLUS some exclusive interviews; ALL THE HARD WORK AND MONOTON HAVE BEEN DONE FOR YOU.
Be aware that the money paid for original RARE content in all of these volumes is literally scanty. Now that all is said and done, what is in the hands of only the elite, privileged few (thousands of pages of incredible and almost forgotten information) has been preserved and provided for you!
This package includes:
Authoritative Encyclopedia of Scientific Wrestling, FOURTH VOLUMES:
- Wrestling I, II, & amp; III by Ed “Strangler” Lewis – Extensive range of nelson holds – Learn the Jack-Knife Arm Scissors, Lewis’s famous headlock and hiplock, toe grip (including step-over toe hold), and tons more …
- Wrestling and the Art of Jiu-Jitsu by Earl Leiderman – Includes rules for wrestling Catch-As-Catch Can, Greco-Roman, Side-Hold, and Cumberland & amp; Westmoreland. – Learn Flying Mare, standing and half nelson groin, double wrists, head scissors, and more.
- Quotes from the very rare and very hard to find Wrestle to Win by Spyro Vorres. … and much more.
- The Life of a Burns Farmer (filled with lots of instructional photos and large chapters such as “Farmer Burns Time Theory” and “The Art of Self-Protection”)
- The Complete Science of Wrestling by Champion G. Hackenschmidt (read his thoughts on “Greco-Roman, Ju-Jitsu, and Other Styles of Wrestling Priceless Training for Catch-As-Catch-Can” and “The Physical Qualities of Wrestlers and How They Should Be Cultivated”
- Modern Wrestling Held by Former Olympic Champion E.R.Voigt (learn the brutal “Cross-Bar Toe Hold”, “King Pin”, and more!).
- Also, an exclusive interview with one of the last surviving Catch-As-Catch-Can SAH authorities, Billy Wicks!
- Exclusive interview with Yoshiaki “Kumicho” Fujiwara
- Wrestliana; Or, Historical Records of Ancient and Modern Wrestling by W. Litt
- How to Wrestle Spalding in a Pose by Jenkins and Hackenschmidt
- You Don’t Have To Be As Big As Other Men; The story of Tom Jenkins by Colonel Red Reeder
- Scientific Wrestling by George Bothner
- Interview with Dick Cardinal
- The seminal historical work “From Milo to Londos” (used copies of this book currently fetch over $ 400!)
- Wrestling by Frank Gotch, World Champion
- Charles MacMahon’s Wrestling Course
Classical Pugilism and the Naked-Knuckle Boxing Companion, BOTH VOLUME FULL OF Classic Pugilism and the Naked-Book Boxing Companion
Introduction to Vintage Jiu-Jitsu
- Jiu-Jitsu Combat Tricks: Japanese Offensive and Defense Achievements in Private Encounters by H. Irving Hancock
- Ju-Jitsu Textbook As Practiced in Japan by World Champion S.K. Uyenishi
- Jiu-Jitsu by the American College of Physical Culture. Learn “scissor” takedowns, leglocks, arm locks, “devil handshakes”, throat grips, shoulder pinches, the proper way to travel, jiu-jitsu against boxers, breakfalls, and MUCH MORE!
This material has been in private hands for too long. Unfortunately, this will NEVER become common knowledge – because most people don’t have the courage to stand out above what other people do. But if you’ve lived with me so far -you aren’t like “most people” anyway.