Aiki-Jujutsu: Mixed Martial Art of the Samurai is essential reading for practitioners and instructors of mixed martial arts, the traditional Asian martial arts and those who seek to learn more about the techniques, philosophy and history of the fighting arts of the Samurai. Using easy to follow, step-by-step photography and text, 10th Dan Cary Nemeroff demonstrates how to perform the throws, hand strikes, grappling/groundwork manoeuvres, blocks, break-falls, kicks and sword-disarming techniques of the complete Aiki-Jujutsu system, including Kempo-Jutsu, Aiki-Jutsu and Ju-Jutsu. It also provides a concise history of the concepts and systems surrounding Aiki-Jujutsu's development, such as Budo and Bujutsu, enabling the practitioner to gain a more comprehensive understanding of the art.
Cary Nemeroff is founder of Fukasa-Ryu Bujutsu Kai, a member organization of the International Okinawan Martial Arts Union. A teacher of Japanese and Okinawan martial arts, he holds a 10th Degree Black Belt in Aiki-Jujutsu (Jujutsu) as well as many other Master-level gradings, with thirty-five years of training to his credit. In addition to his martial arts training, Cary Nemeroff, MA (Teachers College, Columbia University, NY) is fluent in sign language and specializes in the development of unique programmes for teaching the martial arts to children and adults with physical and cognitive challenges.
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