Nunchaku in action for kobudo and law enforcement by Joseph C. Hess

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Published by Ohara Publications in Burbank, Calif .

Written in English

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Statementby Joseph C. Hess ; editor, Gregory Lee.
ContributionsLee, Gregory, 1956-
LC ClassificationsGV1142.6 .H47 1983
The Physical Object
Pagination224 p. :
Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3189516M
ISBN 100897500865
LC Control Number83060124

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[Joseph C Hess; Gregory Lee] -- Law-enforcement officer Joseph C. Hess-expert in goju-ryu, Okinawan karate, gung fu, judo, aikijitsu and jujutsu, and former full-contact karate champion-takes his knowledge of this ancient Okinawan.

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Nunchaku in Action for Kobudo and Law Enforcement by Joseph Hess. Joseph Hess - former heavyweight full-contact karate champion and high ranked police instructor. In this book he teach nunchaku techniques which may be used by law enforcement or for self-defence.

The rotating of the Nunchaku comes from the wrist motion. As the Nunchaku rotates, the two pieces of wood should stay in line with each other. The free hand caries out the normal Te movements of blocking and defending and as the chances occur.

The Nunchaku delivers smashing blows to the face, hands, wrists, knees, shoulder blades, or the ribs. Law-enforcement officer Joseph C. Hessexpert in goju-ryu, Okinawan karate, gung fu, judo, aikijitsu, and jujutsu, and former full-contact karate championadapts the nunchaku for modern street situations.

Covers basics, training drills, blocking, striking, defenses, and takedowns.". The nunchaku (/ n ʌ n ˈ tʃ æ k uː /) (Japanese: ヌンチャク, Hepburn: nunchaku, sometimes "nunchuks" (/ ˈ n ʌ n tʃ ʌ k s /), "nunchucks", "chainsticks", "chuka sticks" or "karate sticks" in English) is a traditional Okinawan martial arts weapon consisting of two sticks connected at one end by a short chain or rope.

The two sections of the weapon are commonly made out of wood. Shushin Kobudo offers high quality weapons for traditional Kobudo practitioners. Each weapon is personally crafted and can be tailored for specific hand sizes as well as lengths.

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The two kata taught by the Ryukyu Kobudo Shimbukan are Maezato no Nunchaku, developed by Taira Shinken Sensei and Akamine no Nunchaku, developed by Akamine Eisuke Sensei. There is also a Sanbon Nunchaku, which is a three sectioned nunchaku. However, the association does not have Kata for the Sanbon Nunchaku.

The parts of the Nunchaku. A Guide from White to Black Belt Basics. Author: Leo Lacerte; Publisher: Xlibris Corporation ISBN: Category: Reference Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» This book is a thesis with research done on the Fundamental Basics of Ed Parker's American Kenpo Karate as taught at the Lacerte's Kenpo Karate Academy.

It is good to note that although the Nunchaku has been long known as a weapon, the karate master and the creator of the Kobudo, an Okinawan martial arts, Shinken Taira ( ), is especially acknowledged for the preservation of the traditional usage of the tool.

He was a longtime president of the International Karate Kobudo Federation. The Matayoshi style of kobudo dates back to the s. It was systemized and modernized by Shinko Matayoshi early in the 20th century. After his death inhis son Shinpo Matayoshi assumed responsibility as soke and codified the art further, creating hojoundo (basic training exercises), kata and bunkai.

When Shinpo Matayoshi died inhis son Shinsei Yasushi. Street Chucks: Nunchaku for Self-Defense vii SPECIAL THANKS Years ago, I purchased my very first book on martial arts weaponry. That book was Ted Gambordella’s The Complete Book of Karate Weapons. I was fresh from a semester of Karate in college and knew absolutely nothing.

Using that book and two pairs of foam training nunchaku, IFile Size: 1MB. Law-enforcement officer Joseph C. Hess-expert in goju-ryu, Okinawan karate, gung fu, judo, aikijitsu and jujutsu, and former full-contact karate champion-takes his knowledge of this ancient Okinawan weapon adapted to traditional uses for modern street situations.

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Ed Parker S Basic Fundamentals. Author: Leo Lacerte ISBN: Law-enforcement officer Joseph C. Hess-expert in goju-ryu, Okinawan karate, gung fu. pros: instruction kept my brother and I from accidentally killing each other with nunchaku by showing us how to do it properly.

cons: lack of crime in local area suitable for 12 year old vigilante justice proved disappointing. pros: mom still made sweet ninga masks for us. Matt got a /5.

The nunchaku originated in Okinawa, but by the time of its ban in New York and California the nunchaku was practiced widely within many karate and Kobudo martial arts groups around the world.

New York has also recently prosecuted at least one person for simple in-home possession of nunchaku, a matter about which I can speak firsthand (since I. weapons for years to come-a book that a student or a teacher would be proud to own and would refer to whenever they had a question on weapons or wanted a new technique.

I feel that I have accomplished all of these goals in this book, The Complete Book of Karate Weapons. It is a book that I am proud of and one that you can be proud to have in your. The Nunchaku is considered by the French legislation as a weapon of 6th category.

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However the development of the weapon came about, due to their law restraints, the Okinawans were forced into training with them in secrecy. Furthermore, because the Nunchaku was one of the most difficult weapons to learn and develop techniques for, there was not many recorded or passed down kata; in fact Matayoshi Kobudo has only one.

The "Encyclopedia of Ryukyu Kobudo" was originally printed on the 20th of August and issued to all of Taira's most senior disciples on the 25th of that same ally this text was not for sale but was printed as a limited edition only for instructors only.

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Casey Day said. “It gives us the ability to control a suspect instead of striking. Although the nunchaku have been long known as a weapon, the karate master and the creator of the kobudo skill, Shinken Taira ( ), is especially acknowledged for the preservation of the traditional skill.

He was a longtime president of the International Karate Kobudo Federation. One of the most feared Okinawan weapons was nunchaku, traditionally used to pound grain. But placed in the hands of a trained practitioner, the lightweight nunchaku became a symbol of speed and power.

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The first 22 official nunchaku instructors graduated that same year. After acceding to the Federation Oriental Martial Arts (FOG), the SNN became affiliated to the Dutch Olympic Committee (NOC*NSF). Following rising international interest in Nunchaku-do, the World Nunchaku Association (WNA) was established on March 14 th, Nunchaku can be ordered with brass inserts for smoother action and less wear and tear on the string.

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Nunchaku. Made in Okinawa, Japan; Original octaonal Okinawan nunchaku; Okinawa red oak, triple cord, hand made.INTERNATIONAL KARATE KOBUDO UNION > Education > Styles > Kobudo History > Nunchaku History Nunchaku History This use of this innocuous-looking weapon made of two equal lengths of hardwood hinged by a short piece of silk cord is typically Okinawan.

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