Nyingbu lam Jutsu


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Nyingbu lam Jutsu

Kyoshi Jason Carter

Nyingbu-lam was formulated by Prof. Jason Carter Ma.D.Sc. (Kyoshi) in 2001 and was first officially recognized as a Jujutsu Ryu on January 1st, 2007 by the European Jujitsu Jujutsu Union [EJJU] and the International JuJitsu Federation [IJJF].

Nyingbu-lam is a hard style of Nihon Goshin Jutsu which uses hard strikes of the eight limbs (hands, feet, elbows and knees) to distract an attacker allowing the defender to unbalance them by throwing them to the ground using one of the many throws or sweeps taught in the syllabus. Once the attacker is unbalanced a painful joint lock can be applied to control them or they can be rendered ineffective by having the joint dislocated or broken. Other options include further striking techniques, choking into submission or painful spine and nerve locks. Ground fighting/grappling and defenses against multiple attackers, knives and guns are also part of the syllabus which makes this a particularly effective form of self defense.

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