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Wrist Locks Facts

No Hype -- No Sales Pitch. I Just Want To Talk Wrist Locks With You ...

Did you like the Deleted Lock?

Isn't the principle useful?

There is so much more to wrist locks than that one lock ...

Rather than making a big sales pitch, to try to get you to buy a copy of Wrist Locks (Revised and Updated), I thought we could just spend a few minutes talking about martial arts, self defense, and ... wrist locks.

I'd like to ask you a question (pretend we are talking):

How come you are interested in martial arts and self defense?

Were you ever picked on and vowed never to let it happen again? Or maybe you have been attacked, beaten up, or worse.

Are you taking preventive measures? You want to learn to defend yourself before you have to?

Are you doing martial arts for your job? Maybe health reasons?

 

Wrist Locks Are ... Cool

I have always been into practical martial arts, because I wanted to be able to protect those around me. There were times in school where I wasn't able to defend myself or my friends.

So, for me, martial arts became a necessity.

I needed to practice punchinig, kicking, centerline theory, and so on. I needed those skills for self defense purposes, but wrist locks ... wrist locks were COOL!

I had seen them in James Bond movies and on TV.

I had even had a martial arts expert lock me to the point where I had no counterattack. I was stuck -- and I couldn't figure out how he locked me so easily.

While I practiced all my martial techniques diligently, wrist locks and joint locks held a special fascination for me.

They were like magic.

 

Magic Martial-Arts Moves

I think, when I was younger, I used to look for the magic martial arts moves. How about you?

I wanted to know everything about:
* pressure points

* chi or ki (martial-arts internal energey)

* Dim Mak (The Death Touch)

* throwing knives and shuriken

* numchakus

* knocking someone unconscious with one punch

AND WRIST LOCKS!

 

Over the years, I have found that there is a lot of hooey (myth) in the martial arts. The stuff that is true, often isn't very practical. These "secrets" never did me much good.

The real secret of the martial arts is learning to make your art practical -- discover ways to make your techniques and strategies work in real self defense situations.

Believe it or not, it is possible. There ARE efficient martial arts out there. Angles, timing, and techniques really give the person a strong advantage. (How would you like the confidence of knowing that your martial arts really will save you in an emergency?)

 

Awesome Wrist Locks

If you have been subscribed to my ezine for any length of time, you know the value of what I write.

And you probably also know that we tend to talk in general terms in the ezine. Without photos, it's sometimes hard to discuss specific techniques and counters.

It's a little better when I take the time to produce a free ebooklet. Sometimes, I take the luxury of including a photo or two.

Let me totally frank with you, I mean brutally frank....

There are a bunch of misguided martial artists who believe that wrist locks don't work. And these "artists" act like idiots as they proclaim their stupidity for all to hear (or read).

Over the years, I found close to the magic of martial arts. I found ways to make wrist locks, joint, locks, and arm bars practical. Really really practical.

Uh, Oh! This Is Sounding Like a Wrist Locks Sales Pitch

In the beginning of this letter to you, I said that I wasn't going to make this page a sales pitch.

I wanted to share with you the fact that wrist locks do work. That a lot of people still believe that they don't really work and aren't practical. And that I have taught oodles and oodles of people how to wrist lock successfully over the years.

So, no pitch ... just an offer to those who have read the Deleted Lock:

If you read and liked this wrist lock that didn't even make it to the book, then you'll love Wrist Locks: From Protecting Yourself to Becoming an Expert.

 

You get 423 photos and complete instructions for becoming a wrist lock expert. And a complete money-back guarantee. You will love this soft cover book (292 pages) or your money back.

 

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Here Are What Readers Said About the First Edition:

 

 

"Easy and enjoyable to read, the author's enthusiasm is infectious."

"As soon as I had read this book, I started noticing countless situations in my training where a lock could be applied.

If you have never experimented with wrist locks you should definitely get this book. If you know some locks but don't use them, this book will inspire you to practice them and make them work.

Easy and enjoyable to read, the author's enthusiasm is infectious. You get some good moves and tips, plus plenty of ideas to think about and figure out for yourself.

You will definitely not be disappointed by this book.

Most impressive of all, the author invites you to e-mail him with any questions or comments, and actually replies every time! This gives you the feeling he is genuinely interested in helping you with your martial art, and not just trying to make money from you."

 

Keith Wallace: Martial Artist, JKD Student, Software Developer - England, UK

 

 

 

 

This book is a winner.

"I ordered [Wrist Locks] ...and was amazed at the range of practical techniques, and Keith's informative writing style. Have exchanged correspondence with the author, and have found him to be most helpful.

I would highly recommend "Wrist Locks" to anyone who is in to self improvement, whether experienced in the martial arts or not. This book is a winner, and will be in my library for years to come..well done."

 

Steve Johnson: magazine manager, green belt in judo (Canada)

 


 


"Talent for Both Writing and Teaching"

Keith Pascal is one of those rare individuals ... a realistic martial artist with a talent for both writing and teaching.

He tells it like it is with his own style of writing -- with humor injected to keep things even more interesting.

I recommend Mr. Pascal to anyone wanting good, realistic martial arts instruction in any format.

-Sensei J. Richard Kirkham B.Sc
Head Instructor Universal System of Self-Defense
 


 

 

 

 

 

... has become one of the most important books in my martial arts library

Keith Pascal's Book is Great!

'Kip' Pascal has produced an outstanding book, "Wrist Locks: From Protecting Yourself to Becoming an Expert!"

This book will answer more questions about wrist locks, than you even knew existed, and more then that, it will lead you to ask even further questions in your quest to become an expert in applying this fantastic segment of the martial arts!

I was very impressed with Mr. Pascal's 'way' of writing, and you will love his sense of humor, and of course the clear, and precise drawings help even the beginner get a quick grasp on the finer points of applying the locks.

The book has become one of the most important books in my martial arts library, and I continue to use it as a reference. I highly encourage you to order this book -- you owe to yourself!

BIG Sean Madigan, JKD Instructor and author/moderator of one of the most informative Bruce Lee sites on the Net

 

 

 

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Isn't it time you were able to walk into any situation with confidence?

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To your wrist locking success,

Keith Pascal


          
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