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Nunchaku by the Numbers

Mazakazu Kinjo & Kenta Kinjo – Ryukyu Kobudo

Masakazu Kinjo demonstrates that there’s more to nunchaku than just swirling them around the body. Use the end to jab and break your attacker’s ribs.

Mazakazu Kinjo & Kenta Kinjo – Ryukyu Kobudo

Trap the attacker’s wrist between the two shafts of the nunchaku.

Mazakazu Kinjo & Kenta Kinjo – Ryukyu Kobudo

Use your forearm to bend and twist the attacker’s arm. The step into the attacker to to take control.

Mazakazu Kinjo & Kenta Kinjo – Ryukyu Kobudo

From here onwards it’s the simple and painful application of leverage. Twist locked arm and apply further pressure to elbow as required.

Mazakazu Kinjo & Kenta Kinjo  - Ryukyu Kobudo

Mazakazu Kinjo & Kenta Kinjo – Ryukyu Kobudo

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