More No Holds Barred Fighting: Killer Submissions

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Tracks Publishing, 2003 - Sports & Recreation - 208 pages
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"This advanced guide to submission wrestlingłthe underlying fighting skill associated with such events as the Ultimate Fighting Championships, the King of the Cage, and the Pride Fighting Championshipsłcontinues the straightforward, pragmatic approach to ultimate-fighting instruction begun in No Holds Barred Fighting. A review of the basics is provided, followed by more of everythingłmore takedowns, more takedown defenses, more ground positioning, more submissions, more escapes, and more drills. The cross-disciplinary approach develops physical and mental endurance, total body flexibility and agility, explosive functional strength, and a thorough knowledge of body mechanics and dynamics. Useful lists of related web sites, publications, instructional videos, and other training resources are provided."
 

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Contents

1 Conditioning
13
2 Take a breather
19
3 Take it to heart
27
4 Killer submission chains
29
Resources
203
Index
205
About the Author
208
Back Cover
209
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Mark Hatmaker is the author of "No Holds Barred Fighting" and "More No Holds Barred Fighting". He is the founder of Extreme Self Protection, a company that compiles, analyses, and teaches unarmed combat methods. He lives in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Doug Werner is the author of all 12 titles in the Start-Up Sports series. He lives in La Jolla, California.

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