Citation: Matsuyama, Frank A. How to use the yawara stick for police. Berkeley, URI/DOI: Rights: The use of the digitized . Why You Should Learn to Use the Palm Stick for the purpose of self defense ( also called a kubotan or yawara stick in Japanese systems and an olisii palad or . Author: Matsuyama F. A. Title: How to use the Yawara stick Year: Link download: How the.
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Here are the three primary problems with most palm stick techniques:. Such marks will prove valuable evidence, even years later, should the culprit escape.
Matsuyama F. A. – How to use the Yawara stick – Aryana Libris
If the palm stick is being used as a training aid to represent other weapons such as the knife, as it is in many Filipino martial arts, this is not so much of an issue. In the second the combination of footwork, angle of attack, and head position makes it nearly impossible for him to strike me as I attack.
Additionally, striking the opponent’s arm doesn’t stop him from hitting you in the head with his other hand:. Remember, the blow may be struck with either end of the Yawara stick. Continuing the follow through, the Officer pushes the elbow sharply with the Yawara stick, up, forward, then down, forcing the ad- versary down, and at the same time twisting his wrist continuously in the direction which brings the elbow for- ward.
Officer maintains grasp on Yawara stick, over the thumb, and slides bottom of Yawara stick further back of thumb. F-4 Officer can walk adversary as in F There are many places, including some countries and states, where palm sticks are illegal.
Lien permanent Matsuyama F. Such marks will prove valuable evidence, even years later, should the culprit escape.
G-2 Otherwise, continuing from position in G-l, Officer bends his right wrist inward to- ward his elbow as he pushes downward toward his own left leg. Officer may use blow to ribs, kidney or crotch instead of to solar – plexus if be prefers. Although it may hurt to get struck in the arm, there are two serious problems with this. Schwab Alexander – Mushrooming without fear Author: Just enter your name and email below:.
With the Yawara stick I have endeavored to make arrest easier, foster, more humane, and with less exertion on the part of the Officer.
Yet it is so flexible in its use that it can be used in either hand, forward or backward, or at any angle, with equal effectiveness. Officer then leads adversary away on his knees as shown.
Officer clenches fist in and across his body, then up- wa. A palm stick can not only add significant damage potential to strikes, but will also protect your hand against injury. H-2 Follow in G This l s a rear view of the hold shown in J The tactical flashlight as a palm stick can also blind an attacker at night, and the pen as a palm stick can be used as a dagger. N-l Adversary grabs Officer with left hand as shown.
Its deep-set “spikes,” located just below the knobs at either end of the plastic Yawara stick, are there for the purpose of preventing anyone from wresting it from an Officer’s grasp. See more on kali and eskrima. The blow may be struck with either end of the Yawara stick. Officer follows through by striking the elbow crazy bone with the center of the Yawara stick.
A great benefit of learning to use a palm stick is that so many items can be used as one, including pens, pencils, salt shakers, wrenches, screw drivers While I do prefer the LX2 due to the pocket clip for easier carrying and the fact that it has two output levels making it more practical as a regular flashlightthe 6PX Tactical is far cheaper and still an excellent light for self defense.
Officer turns right and striked kidney, chin or neck with Yawara stick in his right hand. With the Yawara stick I have endeavored to make arrest easier, faster, more humane, and with less exertion on the part of the Officer. Save wear and tear on your body. If adversary’s left hand is at back of Offi- cer’s collar, Officer turns left and strikes blow to solar- plexus with Yawara stick in left hand.
This Is the same as in ex- cept that the Yawara stick is already in position. This new Police weapon is small, compact and easy to carry. T-3 This shows Officer tapping inside shin of adversary with Yawara stick. Having observed also that some Officers unfortunately have to accept early retirement, due to injuries or ailments resulting from altercations in the performance of their duties, and still others who could not enjoy regular retirement due to ill health, I decided to try and do something about it.
If adversary’s right hand is at back of Offi- cer’s collar, Officer turns right and strikes blow to solar -plexus with Yawara stick in right hand.
Same as L-2 except blow with Yawara stick Is to the thumb. See the Covered Blast for much more on this topic. Officer squeezes tightly and walks Officer can walk man as in P-3, or he can grab third and little finger of adversary’s hand, bending fingers back- ward as hand is thrust for- ward.
X-4 If adversary attempts to es- cape, strike hard blow with end of Yawara stick to kid- ney.