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    Can anyone suggest a good technical book on joint locks? I take aikido, and am interested in expanding my techniques.

    thanks.

    -Fred

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    Hi Fred,

    I am not an Aikidoka. However I have certain books that I enjoyed learning regarding joint locks:

    1) Wally Jay's Small Circle Video
    2) Comprehensive Applications of Shaolin Chin Na by
    Dr. Yang Jwing Ming
    3) Analysis of Shaolin Chin-Na By Dr. Jwing-Ming

    I have one tape ( Aikijujtsu) I can't remember the person's name (Spanish), I'll let you know when I do.

    There are also several books on Aikijujutsu and the Korean Art Hapkido that might peak your interest.

    Hope this helps !
    Prince Loeffler
    Shugyokan Dojo

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    Thanks. I've read Wally Jay's book and really liked it, but I didn't know that he had a video. Supposedly, there's a good book being published on line by its author, but I can't remember his name.

    Thanks again.

    -Fred

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    I like Wally Jay, too, also Dennis Palumbo's books on Hakko-ryu are good. You need to find a sensei at some point because there are some fine points the books don't teach, plus he can show you how to adjust for different body types and potential counters. Gene

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    PRACTICAL CHIN NA: A Detailed Analysis of the Art of Seizing and Locking, by Zhao Da Yuan (translated by Tim Cartmell).

    All the best to you and your training.
    Tyrone Turner
    Aspiring warrior-scholar
    Queens, NY

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    Bernie Lau's videos are good.

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    Thanks. These should be some good starting off points.

    -Fred

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    Quote Originally Posted by fbl View Post
    Thanks. I've read Wally Jay's book and really liked it, but I didn't know that he had a video meubles design. Supposedly, there's a good book being published on line by its author, but I can't remember his name.

    Thanks again.

    -Fred

    I either I did not know that a film existed . If you could send us a link so we can download .
    I either I did not know that a film existed . If you could send us a link so we can download .

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