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by Ted Gambordella

eBook The Complete Book Of Wrist Locks: All You Need To Know To Control Anyone With Wrist Lock download ISBN: 1441405968
Author: Ted Gambordella
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (January 5, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 46
ePub: 1118 kb
Fb2: 1946 kb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: lrf lit azw lrf
Category: Sports
Subcategory: Individual Sports

Look elsewhere for wrist locks! . All of his books are crap especially his 100 deadliest karate moves where he poses in a pair of nut huggers on the cover, and its supposed to be a self defense book -maybe at some bath house fight club. 5 people found this helpful.

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Everything you need to know about Wrist Locks. The complete book of wrist locks. The basic backwards wrist lock is done by holding the wrist with both hands and pushing straight back and down. By. Grandmaster Dr. Ted Gambordella. This locks the wrist and the elbow. The basic upper wrist lock is done by holding the wrist with both hands, stepping in and lifting directly up while pushing back on the elbow to keep it flat and keep the wrist bent.

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This locks the wrist and the elbow.

TedGambordellaThe Complete Book of Wrist LocksEverything you need to know about Wrist Locks. The basic upper wrist lock is done by holding the wrist with both hands,stepping in and lifting directly up while pushing back on the elbow to keep itflat and keep the wrist bent. PRACTICE FROM THE KNEES.

The Complete Book of Wrist Locks by Grandmaster Ted Gambordella teaches you all you need to control anyone with wrist locks.
Comments: (7)
Tenius
This book has some of the WORST photography that I have ever seen in a Martial Arts book, and the text is not clear.
Freaky Hook
Crap! The pictures are horrible and so are the descriptions. I did not learn anything from this book because I could not bring myself to continue reading it. Look elsewhere for wrist locks!
Dalarin
What a scam! Pictures that are not viewable. You can't clearly make out a thing. Just two images doing something. It's up to your imagination what. The printed word is just as bad. Example: the wrist does not like to bend backward GAMBORDELLA wants you to pay him for such wisdom. Clearly this trash was printed in someones basement. I asked for a refund. Gambordella refused.
funike
This book is awful. The photos are not clear nor are they in color like the "preview" shows. It is really hard to tell what is going on, there are mis-spellings and perhaps some missing text. Does this guy even have a Dojo; the pictures looks like they were taken with a camera phone in his living room. Save your money!
Kiutondyl
Pictures aren't clear, very basic techniques.
Brightfury
All of his books are crap especially his 100 deadliest karate moves where he poses in a pair of nut huggers on the cover, and its supposed to be a self defense book -maybe at some bath house fight club. bahaha
deadly claw
the writer of this books claims he has 41 years martial arts experience, he should have tried to get some experience in writing. the book looks like an 8 year old did it for a school project. pictures look as though the were copied on a bad printer. some of the text is missing or cut in half.the directions are almost useless.there is no index or page numbers in the book.the only good thing about this book is it is made of paper so i can use it in the fire place. save your money and buy some other book.
Grade instructions for photos would have liked to have seen a lot more close-ups on the wrist in the takedowns