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SMALL-CIRCLE JUJITSU - Leon Jay is on a mission to grow the grappling art founded by his father Wally Jay. This article will help you understand the essential principles on which the art of small-circle jujitsu depends. It also will teach you three close-range techniques you can use for self-defense. BUDDHIST MARTIAL ARTS OF CHINA - Built more than 1,000 years ago, Shaolin Temple quickly became a nexus of Buddhism-based selfdefense. Fast-forward to the 21st century: The Chinese monastery remains a depository for historical artifacts and displays designed to educate modern-day visitors like you. CURE OR CURSE - In the February/March 2016 issue, Black Belt spoke with several experts to find out how being an Olympic sport has effected judo and taekwondo. For this issue, we asked three authorities to weigh in on the Games vs. pankration, wrestling and karate. Find out what Jim Arvanitis, Mark Hatmaker and Tokey Hill had to say.

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