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FMFM1-4 Hand-To-Hand Combat (O'Neill System Defendu) 1966

FMFM1-4 Hand-To-Hand Combat (O'Neill System Defendu) 1966

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The O'NEILL System of Hand-to-Hand Combat is derived from Chinese foot fighting, which existed over 3,000 years ago and handed down through the centuries. However, the names, forms and techniques have changed somewhat. Chinese foot fighting spread to Korea and Japan about 1570. In the Boxer Rebellion of 1900, the Chinese rebels had taken extensive training in hand-to-hand combat or boxing, hence the term "Boxers." The term boxing in Chinese means striking with the foot. The Chinese called foot-fighting CHI CHI SHU. The Japanese called Chinese foot-fighting JU JUT SU, transliteration of CHI CHI SHU, which means "Initial retreat to gain ultimate victory." Occidentals had difficulty with the word JU JUT SU and called it Jujitsu. Jujitsu consisted principally of fighting without weapons.
The O'NEILL System of Hand-to-Hand Combat is derived from Chinese foot fighting, which existed over 3,000 years ago and handed down through the centuries. However, the names, forms and techniques have changed somewhat. Chinese foot fighting spread to Korea and Japan about 1570. In the Boxer Rebellion of 1900, the Chinese rebels had taken extensive training in hand-to-hand combat or boxing, hence the term "Boxers." The term boxing in Chinese means striking with the foot. The Chinese called foot-fighting CHI CHI SHU. The Japanese called Chinese foot-fighting JU JUT SU, transliteration of CHI CHI SHU, which means "Initial retreat to gain ultimate victory." Occidentals had difficulty with the word JU JUT SU and called it Jujitsu. Jujitsu consisted principally of fighting without weapons.

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