SAS and Elite Forces Guide Extreme Unarmed Combat

Hand-To-Hand Fighting Skills From The World's Elite Military Units

£13.95

Book Description

Duck punch, cover block and knee strike. Boxing, wrestling and Ju-Jitsu. Gameplan,
lines of attack and final disengagement. If taking flight isn't an option, fighting is a necessity. Extreme Unarmed Combat is the authoritative handbook on an immense array of close combat defence techniques, from fistfights to headlocks, from tackling single unarmed opponents to armed groups, from stance to manoeuvring.
Presented in a handy pocketbook format, Extreme Unarmed Combat's structure
considers the different fighting and martial arts skills an individual can use before having to consider at the areas of the body to defend. It teaches how to attack without getting hurt, and how to
incapacitate an opponent.
With more than 120 black-&-white illustrations of combat scenarios, punches, blocks
and ducks, and with expert easy-to-follow text, Extreme Unarmed Combat guides
you through everything a person need to know about what to do when escaping trouble isn't an option. This book can save lives.

About Dougherty, Martin

Martin J Dougherty is a Master Level Assessor with the Self-Defence Federation, holding black belts in two styles of Ju-Jitsu as well as self-defence. His martial arts career has encompassed ju-jitsu, kickboxing and self-defence as well as military combative systems. Martin has written books on a variety of subjects including self-defence and warfare in addition to his work in the defence and security industry, where he is an expert on weapon systems and asymmetric conflict. He is author of Small Arms: From the Civil War to the Present Day, Warriors of the World: The Ancient Warrior, Weapons and Fighting Techniques of the Medieval Warrior and The Art of Self Defense.