Arwrology: All-Out Hand-to-Hand Fighting for Commandos, Military, and Civilians (Paperback)
Gordon E. Perrigard was a Canadian medical doctor who combined his knowledge of advanced ju-jitsu with his knowledge of human anatomy to come up with this devastatingly effective close-in combat system.Arwrology is derived from the old Welsh word 'arwr', meaning an all-out hand-to-hand fighter. Arwrology was originally released in 1943 for use in training combatants for World War II. Martial artists from all over the world quickly hailed its superior fighting methods, and today it remains one of the most highly sought after-and most valuable-fighting manuals in the world.Arwrology is distinctive because it uses a single system of conditioned reﬂexes based on general body movement for both armed and unarmed fighting. If one method fails to subdue an attacker, a practitioner can effortlessly ﬂow to another technique without exposing his body to attack.Through clear instructions, photos, and illustrations Arwrology shows you how to: Defeat someone armed with a firearm, knife, dagger or clubUse knowledge to overcome brute strengthFall without injury and rise up without using your handsGet out of strangleholds, grips, and other holdsTrain to develop fast reﬂexes and important fighting muscle.