Unarmed Defense Against Weapons is not just a book of pretty pictures. It presents a coherent system of concepts and techniques applicable to unarmed defense against weapons. It concentrates on baseball bat, knife, and gunweapons that are most likely encountered on the street today. It also covers multiple-person attacks and defense in the environment outside of the dojo.
Many of the concepts in this book are derived from the martial arts the author has studied. Others, he has developed from free practice on the mat, trying out different situations and struggling to find ways to handle difficult problems. Self-defense training is not realistic unless it covers all aspects and scenarios-471pgs