Don Angier - Instructional DVD
MP43 | English | 384x288 | AVI | 25 fps 984 kbps | MP3 23 kbps | 834 MB
Tutorialon the traditional Japanese art of binding (hodzedzyutsu), as well asmodernized the old ways of using technology in police work today.
Hodzedzyutsu- a medieval Japanese martial art of binding the prisoner with a rope.These skills possessed warriors who carried out police functions. Theword hodzedzyutsu consists of three parts: ho (the character is alsoread as Tories), which means enough, arrest, grab, jo(character is also read nava) - Rope and, of course, jutsu -art, ability. Thus, the characters that make up the wordhodzedzyutsu can be read as torinavadzyutsu.
In the first filmSoke Don Angier examines the history, types of pitches, how to fold, andcovert methods of making a quick loop (hayanava) then reviews the mainmethods of binding, based on the different tasks.
In the second film,after a brief repetition of the foundations, are given by complicatedmethods of binding, as well as the adaptation of old ways of linking tothe conditions on the basis of police tasks: eg., The use of metal clipon a rope to bind to and control over the combination of binding to avariety of methods to put on handcuffs.