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Title: Judo. 41 Lessons in the Modern Science of Jiu-Jitsu
Authors: Shozo Kuwashima
Ashbel Welch
Keywords: Olympics & Paralympics
Olympic Games
Martial Arts
Issue Date: 2020
Description: This practical guide will enable any physically normal person, practicing with reasonable diligence, to develop in a short time the speed and finesse necessary for mastering the science of Jiu-Jitsu. Each step in the forty-one lessons in elementary Judo is clearly explained, with 180 illustrations of the performance in action. A glance at the accompanying direction gives an accurate explanation of the principles of leverage, balance and action that enable even a beginner to develop an undeniable advantage over any opponent. This edition has been completely reformatted from the original for both e-readers and print with enhanced formatting and reformatted photographs.
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