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David Dye's Police Control & Restraining Techniques of Yoshinkan Aikido (8 DVDs)


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Police Aikido: Control and Restraining Techniques of Yoshinkan Aikido with Officer David Dye (8 DVD Set)

Police Aikido

·         Starring: Officer David Dye

·         Format: 8 DVD Complete Set

·         Original Price: $119.60

·         Language: English Language

·         Region: Region Free

·         What’s Included: 8 DVDs, 1 Case, 1 Case Artwork

David Dye has been a police officer with the Costa Mesa Police Department since 1967 and has instructed courses in defensive tactics for his own department as well as other police departments throughout the state of California. He has appeared on national television demonstrating many of his training techniqeus and is a recognized expert on the use of the Police Nunchaku (O.P.N.).

Officer Dye holds a 3rd Degree Black Belt in Yoshinkan Aikido and additional ranks in Judo and Karate. He was awarded his 3rd Degree Black Belt and lifetime teaching credential from Soke Sensei Gozo Shioda of the Aikido Yoshinkan Honbu Dojo in Tokyo, Japan.

Yoshinkan Aikido is the only martial art form authorized for instruction to the Tokyo Metropolitan Riot Police.

01.   Control & Restraining Volume 1:

Elbow Locks and Takedowns. Officer David Dye goes through the different methods of restraint and control including elbow locks, wrist locks and pressure points, takedowns and more. Follow up with advanced defensive tactics.

(approx. 38 mins)

02.   Control & Restraining Volume 2:

Wrist Locks and Takedowns: Officer David Dye personally teaches you six important wrist locks and takedown techniques designed to immediately control and restrain an aggressive subject. Each technique is concluded with the proper handcuff techniques to complete apprehension of the aggressor.

(approx. 38 mins)

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