Book Review: Armlocks For All Styles
This book by Iain Abernethy is worth the purchase. What is unusual is that he links the various wrist, elbow and shoulder locks to movements within the traditional hard style forms. The pictures are good for a martial arts book (but not excellent as there are no close-ups and they are in black and white) and the content is good-to-great although improvable. It is street-worthy in its presentation. What is missing is how to transition from one lock to another - an almost universal absence in martial arts instructional media.
**** (out of 5)