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This book thoroughly explains military techniques of close combat fighting necessary for self-defense in every situation. They will enhance your strength, flexibility, balance, and cardio-respiratory fitness. The practice will help you build personal courage, self confidence and self-discipline. Be as prepared and skillful as a U.S. Marine and act instantly when an unexpected confrontation occurs. Close combat fighting is an engagement between two or more persons in an empty-handed struggle, or with hand-held weapons such as knives or sticks.

Table of Contents:

Introduction:

Definition of Combatives

Purposes of Combative Training

Safety…

Training:

Responsibilities of Trainers

Safety Precautions

Warm-Ups and Stretches

Crawl, Walk, and Run

Execution at Combat Speed

Drills…

Basic Ground-Fighting Techniques:

Back Mount

Front Mount

Guard

Side Control

Body Positioning Moves

Finishing Moves

Drills

Defense Against Headlocks…

Advanced Ground-Fighting Techniques:

Advanced Body Positions

Pass the Guard

Attacks from the Mount

Attacks from the Back Mount

Attacks from the Guard

Knee Mount

Leg Attacks

Striking from Side Control

Defending Against Strikes in the Guard…

Takedowns and Throws:

Breakfalls

Closing the Distance and Achieving the Clinch

Takedowns from Against a Wall

Double Leg Attack

Single Leg Attack

Attacks from the Rear

Throws and Takedowns

Strikes:

Arm Strikes

Punching Combinations

Kicks

Transition Between Ranges

Handheld Weapons:

Angles of Attack

Rifle with Fixed Bayonet

Knife-against-knife sequence

Entrenching Tool

Three-Foot Stick

Defense Against the Knife…

Standing Defense:

Lethal Force Scenarios

Restrictive Force Scenarios

Two Against One

Three Against Two

Group Tactics

Lethal Force Scenarios

Restrictive Force Scenarios

Competitions

GENRE
Sports & Outdoors
RELEASED
2017
March 15
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
168
Pages
PUBLISHER
Madison & Adams Press
SELLER
Bookwire GmbH
SIZE
23.1
MB

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