Hit Em Hard Ju jitsu And Other Methods Of Defence Simplified PDF
DARRELL MAX CRAIG received his initiation into the martial arts in 1956 while assigned to the Third Marine Division in Yokusaka, Japan. He began his martial arts career with the study of karate under Master Gogen Yamaguchi of the Goju School. Mr. Craig was transferred to Okinawa in 1958, where he furthered his study of karate and began a study of Okinawan weapons, a style of weaponry historically unique to that island. In 1970 Mr. Craig began his study of kendo under Sensei Yajima. Later, in 1974, he began his study of taiho jitsu under Sensei Ichiro Hata. In 1973 he received the highest recognition in his career when he was awarded the tide of Shihan by the All-Japan Karate-do Federation. Shihan is an historical tide of the army of the feudal warlords and has been retained as a term of great respect in modern Japan. The tide has been bestowed upon very few westerners.