"It's as if Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn wrote a treatise on bouncing as the sequel to "Wedding Crashers."-- Pittsburgh Post Gazette
A pounding headache, mouth dry as the desert, memory loss…and wait, a black eye and a fat lip? You have officially woken up from another night on the town. While there is no known cure for that dastardly headache and cotton mouth, there is now officially a remedy for the black eye and bruises. Bar-jutsu: The American Art of Bar Fighting
, is a step-by-step guide to defending yourself against those brazen bar brawlers.
After years spent working as a bouncer at bars and clubs, James Porco--a certified ninjitsu instructor and former professional wrestler--set out on a quest to teach every man and woman to stand tall when barroom trouble has found them. Bar-jutsu: The American Art of Bar Fighting
frees us from this fear of tavern tangles with a range of self-defense techniques that can easily erupt in a the bar environment. Each eye-opening chapter addresses a range of potentially volatile situations, including:
- First Contact: Oops! I Touched Him
- Up against the Wall
- Is that a Broken Beer Bottle in Your Hand or Are You Just Happy to See Me?
- I'm Not as Think As You Drunk I am
- Who is this Clown?
Thanks to Bar-jutsu's
simple, yet effective fighting techniques, you can soon tote yourself as an official night spot ninja.About the Author:James Porco
is a certified ninjutsu instructor with a second degree black belt and shidoshi-ho with the Bujinkan. Porco is the founder of Pittsburgh Ninjutsu and, more recently, the founder of Bar-jutsu, a movement designed to promote proper self-defense techniques suitable for bar scuffles and other confrontational situations in public. He resides in Pittsburgh with his wife and daughter.John A. Monaco
is a professional educator, trainer, freelance writer, and editor with more than fifteen years of experience writing and designing educational and training material. He currently resides in Pittsburgh.