Extreme Unarmed Combat
Hand-to-Hand Fighting Skills
By Martin J. Dougherty (Author)
Duck punch, cover block, and knee strike. Boxing, wrestling, and Ju-Jitsu. Game plan, lines of attack, and final disengagement. If you can't take flight, you're going to have to fight. Extreme Unarmed Combat is an authoritative handbook on an immense array of close-combat defense techniques, from fistfights to headlocks, from tackling single unarmed opponents to armed groups, from stance to maneuvering. Presented in a handy pocket-size format, Extreme Unarmed Combat's structure considers the different fighting and martial arts skills you can use before looking at the areas of the body to defend, how to attack without letting yourself be hurt, and how to incapacitate your opponent. This book could save your life.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Martin J. Dougherty is a freelance writer specializing in military and defense topics. He is the author of Medieval Warrior,SAS and Elite Forces Guide Sniper, Small Arms: From the Civil War to the Present Day, and books on personal self-defense. He lives in northern England.