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Small-Circle Jujitsu Vol. 1, Foundations by Wally Jay [electronic resource (video)] / BayView Entertainment
DIGITAL VIDEO | BayView Entertainment, | [2020]

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Small-Circle Jujitsu Vol. 1: Foundations by Wally Jay (55:26);
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Professor Wally Jay introduces his unique Small-Circle Jujitsu Self Defense Technique in this new series. Volume 1: Foundations discusses the 10 basic principles of small-circle jujitsu, including an explanation and demonstration of finger, wrist and joint locking. Professor Jay also gives an overview of his unique system, including a discussion of how techniques are executed on the smallest body-point possible via direction of force. Professor Wally Jay is a Black Belt Hall of Fame member (1969), 10th dan in jujitsu under Juan Gomez (a top disciple of Henry S. Okazaki) and a sixth dan in judo under Ken Kawachi. Jay is one of the few martial artists this century to have come up with a theory of fighting, developed it and put it into practice. His influence is felt throughout the martial arts industry.
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