The Junsado app presents over 100 tactics and strategies of realistic unarmed combat. Former special agent Sang H. Kim demonstrates each technique at walk through and full speed then shows you how to effectively apply it against an opponent.
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Begin with the fundamentals of unarmed fighting including: stance, open and closed hand strikes, elbow strikes, low kicks, knee strikes, takedowns, wrist, arm, elbow and shoulder locks and ground fighting principles in the Junsado Fundamentals video ($1.99).
Once you’ve mastered the fundamentals, learn the skills to neutralize an opponent in standing confrontations including no-nonsense defenses against tackles, standing head locks, standing chokes, punches, grabs, low kicks, sweeps and a variety of strikes in the Junsado Standing Combat video ($3.99).
In the Junsado Ground Combat video ($2.99), you'll learn quick effective escapes from common attacks on the ground including head locks, pins, chokes and striking attacks by a standing opponent. Counter throws, locks & pins with principles like triangular force frames and coupling force.
Together, the Ground and Standing Combat videos contain nearly 70 scenarios that take you through a wide range of possible attack and defense situations.
The ultimate in subdue and control locks, the wrist lock gives you total control over your attacker without causing permanent damage. Wrist Locks ($3.99) is a detailed look at how to make the wrist lock work for you in a wide variety of situations. Sang H. Kim begins with the basic “gooseneck” wrist lock and shows you how it can be used in come alongs, restraints and takedowns. Discover a wealth of locking principles including how to create maximum effect with minimum use of force, use of pressure points to obtain compliance, how to reverse grappling momentum and principles of close combat and controlling locks.
In Arresting Locks ($3.99), Sang H. Kim teaches you how to use the principles of primary and secondary response to stop an attacker armed with a blunt weapon and take control of the weapon. Each technique is finished off with a lock, takedown or pin to give you control over the attacker. Defenses can be applied to both empty hand and armed attacks.