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  1. Bruce Lee: The Incomparable Fighter

    Bruce Lee: The Incomparable Fighter


    A review from a satisfied customer: M.Uyehara has written this interesting biography of Bruce Lee. The book describes his journey through Kung Fu and the development of his own style (Jeet Kune Do), and also the development of his own personal life and studies of oriental philosophy. This is not a text book of techniques and styles but is a story of one man's life. I enjoyed the book for its real time, accurate accounts, with pictures of his acting career and personal life. It could have been improved by the inclusion of some information on his techniques, and some diagrams. Though this information is available in other books such as Bruce Lee's Fighting Method Vol 1-4. I really enjoyed this book, it is an easy read and I would recommend it for anyone interested in martial arts Learn More
  2. The Black Belt Test Guide

    The Black Belt Test Guide


    The Black Belt Test Guide covers basic and advanced material necessary to pass the Shodan (1st degree black belt) test. A great book to give the new student. Lots of material for teachers as well. History, techniques and interviews. Rank requirement chart plus a place to record all promotions, from first stripe to black belt. (This book is now officially out of print ) Already being sold for $100+ on ebay and Amazon. Dojo: get quantity discount while supply lasts. Learn More
  3. Explosive Karate: Understanding Karate Mechanics

    Explosive Karate: Understanding Karate Mechanics


    Explosive Karate: Understanding Karate Mechanics. You have all heard about Art Rabesa’s Explosive Punch and Kick. Well here is the book that teaches the techniques. Learn More
  4. Intermediate Moo Duk Kwan Tae Kwon Do

    Intermediate Moo Duk Kwan Tae Kwon Do


    Dr. Richard Chun covers the intermediate forms and techniques of moo duk kwan taekwondo: palgwe sa chang; palgwe o chang; palgwe yook chang; kibons 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5; chulki cho dan; and bal-sek. Learn More
  5. Ed Parker's Infinte Insights into Kenpo V.4

    Ed Parker's Infinte Insights into Kenpo V.4


    Sr. Grandmaster of Kenpo Karate Ed Parker Sr.'s Volume IV of "Infinite Insights into Kenpo" is an adventure in the world of often taken for granted, and overlooked, mental and physical constituents. With an emphasis on the imperative need for a marriage of mind and body for success in combat, he discusses the need for physical skills to become conditioned responses. Mr. Parker expounds on numerous concepts ranging from mental attributes, breathing, target areas and zone theories, to how principles and concepts work chronologically. With an admonition by the Master to read each chapter carefully, he reminds students that it is the application of the total, tailored to the individual, that optimizes opportunity. This Volume is a must for the serious student of the Martial Arts. The almost mystic "Universal Pattern" is finally revealed some twenty-four years after it's initial publication. It resembles "God's blueprint for the Universe". Mr. Parker views it from unusual angles and differing dimensions. Preparing true disciples for further light and knowledge, Mr. Parker indicated that Volume V expounds in more detail on the principles and concepts contained in specifically selected, anatomically illustrated case studies of motion. Learn More
  6. Superfit: Royce Gracie's Ultimate Martial Arts Fitness & Nutrition Guide

    Superfit: Royce Gracie's Ultimate Martial Arts Fitness & Nutrition Guide


    Royce Gracie has teamed up with James Strom, fitness coach for Keyshawn Johnson, Serena Williams, and the University of Southern California Trojans, to create a customised programme for martial artists. This unique programme of strength training, cardiovascular routines, flexibility exercises, and nutrition includes step-by-step, full-colour workout plans for beginner, intermediate, and black-belt practitioners. Provided are guidelines for working out solo or with a partner, information on complete nutritional programs for different body types and martial art styles, and injury-prevention tips. This book is appropriate for beginning martial artists wanting to sharpen their bodies and minds, black-belt instructors looking for new ways to improve and motivate their students, or anyone interested in building a body of extreme effectiveness. Learn More
  7. Hong Kong Action Cinema

    Hong Kong Action Cinema


    This book tells you everything you ever wanted to know about the high-octane world of Far Eastern film-making: from the balletic to the ballistic, from the grace of Bruce Lee to the bullet-ridden bloodletting of John Woo, from the comedy stunts of Jackie Chan to the action choreography of Ching Siu Tung, from versatile leading man Chow Yun Fat to fighting females Michelle Khan and Cynthia Rothrock, from prolific action director Samo Hung to Tsui Hark, dubbed the 'Steven Spielberg of Hong Kong'. It is also a comprehensive guide to the history of Hong Kong cinema, tracing the background to this exciting film genre from filmed Chinese opera, through the work of the Shaw Brothers and Lau Kar Leung, to the mixture of fantasy and fast-moving action that typifies the present day style Learn More
  8. Bai Sao: Wing Chuns Taproot

    Bai Sao: Wing Chuns Taproot


    BaiSao, a little-known exercise Yip Man used to demonstrate Wing Chun to strangers, becomes a window into Wing Chun theory, tying together ChiSao, Wooden Man, and fighting applications. Revealed is the amazing depth of thinking behind a sparkling, casual, but totally absorbing 10-20 second "elevator speech" demo of the martial art that gave Bruce Lee his start. This unique book is structured around quotations from Wang Kiu, the least-known of Yip Man's original core students. Written to resemble a college course, with "lecture/demo", "reading", and "lab" sections, with about 200 photos, BaiSao introduces Maier's YumCha series, evoking an atmosphere of out-of-class discussions where training becomes illumination, treating Wing Chun as a principle-based art of generating and solving puzzles. Wang's sole American student, Maier focused his Ph.D. work on Wing Chun's "Tactical Cognition", evident in suggestive threads into logistics, task analysis, concept mapping, motion analysis and cognitive science. Learn More
  9. An Illustrated History of Martial Arts in America

    An Illustrated History of Martial Arts in America


    This fantastic book written by Emil Farkas, co-author of the incredible Encyclopedia Of Martial Arts, is a one of a kind. — The book covers the period from 1900 to present and has hundreds of amazingly rare and historically significant photos in it from President Teddy Roosevelt who trained in Judo in the dojo at the White House to the grappling craze of today. Nostalgic photos of Norris, Snipes, Bruce Lee, Robert Trias, Peter Urban and many more are included plus a selection of some of the books that changed the martial arts here in America. Authors like Draeger, Tegner, Demura, and many more have their books highlighted. Films and rare movie posters like that of Game Of Death, American Ninja, Karate Kid, Enter The Dragon and many more are included. Farkas has meticulously written a description for each photo explaining exactly what and where it was shot and who is in it. The book is divided into chapters designated by the decade so you can see the actual progression over the Century. Learn More
  10. Martial Arts Around the World II

    Martial Arts Around the World II


    Ten years ago, Unique Publications brought you Martial Arts Around the World, which turned into a top-seller throughout the world. Offering side-by-side comparisons of the various martial arts developed in different continents, readers were able to view the fighting strategies and philosophies of a variety of cultures. Now, in this follow-up volume, we take you into the next century, with insights into even more nations and more martial arts, including Africa, Europe, Asia, South America and the United States, with a new point of view based on martial arts which have been proven and refined in no-holds-barred combat. Learn More

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