DVD Bartitsu (English)

29,90 

Historical Self-Defence with a Walking Stick according to Pierre Vigny

Running time approx. 170 minutes

Beschreibung

Historical Self-Defence with a Walking Stick according to Pierre Vigny

Edward Barton-Wright was one of the first Europeans to learn Ju-Jitsu in Japan. Back in London, he founded a club where he taught the upper class in self-defence. He combined the most effective martial arts of his time: Canne Vigny, boxing, Savate and Ju-Jitsu. In doing so, he pioneered Mixed Martial Arts (MMA). His art of self-defence was named Bartitsu.

The teacher for stick fighting in the Bartitsu Club was Pierre Vigny. He adapted the techniques of classical french stick fighting („La Canne“) for self-defence.

Contents

  • Historical background
  • Types of canes and walking sticks
  • Basics and mechanics
  • Attacks
  • Defences in classical La Canne and Canne Vigny
  • Additional techniques and tactics, like locks and throws
  • Countering armed and unarmed attacks
  • Practical application in self-defence situations
  • Drills, exercises and free fencing

Instructors

Alexander Kiermayer
  • Long-time teacher for Historical European Martial Arts (HEMA)
  • Long-time teaching experience in various Asian martial arts
  • State-licensed trainer
  • Police trainer
Christoph Reinberger
  • Long-time teacher for Historical European Martial Arts (HEMA)

Zusätzliche Information

Gewicht 0.1 kg
Größe 19 x 13.5 x 0.14 cm
Altersfreigabe

Lehrprogramm

Sprache

Englisch

Form

DVD-Video

Region Code

0

Laufzeit

ca. 170 Minuten

GTIN

9783931616533