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  1. Chon-Ji of the Tae Kwon Do Hyung

    Chon-Ji of the Tae Kwon Do Hyung

    $15.00

    Jhoon Rhee has been called "The Father of American Tae Kwon Do" and holds the rank of seventh dan. He is internationally renowned and has instructed members of Congress. The chon-ji form is directed toward the beginning white belt. Applications are included with foot patterns, overhead views and one-step sparring. Learn More
  2. Won-Hyo and Yul-Kok of Tae Kwon Do

    Won-Hyo and Yul-Kok of Tae Kwon Do

    $12.95

    Directed toward green belt, this fully illustrated volume features a special at-a-glance pictorial presentation of each of these taekwondo forms with step-by-step views, foot patterns and overhead photographs. Learn More
  3. Tan-Gun and To-San of Tae Kwon Do Hyung

    Tan-Gun and To-San of Tae Kwon Do Hyung

    $16.95

    Directed toward gold belt, this fully illustrated volume addresses these two taekwondo forms, along with combinations, attack techniques, and basic street-defence moves for the beginner. Learn More
  4. Intermediate Moo Duk Kwan Tae Kwon Do

    Intermediate Moo Duk Kwan Tae Kwon Do

    $20.95

    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. So Now So Tao

    So Now So Tao

    $7.50

    So Now So Tao! will show you how to get in touch with your true nature and empower you in the following areas of your life:
    · Sex, Love, and Relationship

    · Career and Abundance

    · Happiness and Emotions

    · Personal Power and Fame

    · Controlling your Fate and Destiny

    · Realizing your full potential

    · Internal Energy and Qigong

    · Integration of Body, Mind, Spirit

    · Living in accordance with the TAO Learn More
  6. So Now So Tao! CD

    So Now So Tao! CD

    $4.99

    So Now So Tao! will show you how to get in touch with your true nature and empower you in the following areas of your life:
    · Sex, Love, and Relationship

    · Career and Abundance

    · Happiness and Emotions

    · Personal Power and Fame

    · Controlling your Fate and Destiny

    · Realizing your full potential

    · Internal Energy and Qigong

    · Integration of Body, Mind, Spirit

    · Living in accordance with the TAO Learn More
  7. Capoeira Basic Techniques

    Capoeira Basic Techniques

    $70.00

    This book explains each Capoeira technique and basic move step by step, with numerous photos illustrating the moves being used in real-life situations in the Roda.

    You will also find the rituals and origins of this Brazilian art explained as well as some Brazilian songs.

    An educational reference book that brings together a wealth of information and a vast number of techniques are clearly demonstrated on the DVD. Learn More
  8. The Overlook Martial Arts Dictionary

    The Overlook Martial Arts Dictionary

    $9.99

    With more than two thousand entries, this pioneering reference includes a wealth of terms and technical nomenclature, techniques, styles, weapons, and advanced fighting theories pertaining to the martial arts, together with phonetics, literal translations, and customary meaning. The entries are culled from English, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Indonesian, Hindustani, Polynesian, and Philipino--all the languages of the martial arts lexicon. "Terms for martial arts disciplines including judo, karate plus lesser-known forms such as Thai kickboxing are defined clearly and precisely." (Library Journal)

    Emil Farkas is an internationally acclaimed authority on self-defense and author of The Complete Martial Arts Catalogue. Co-author John Corcoran has written more than three hundred articles on the subject of martial arts, and has been the editor at both Professional Karate and Black Belt magazines. Learn More
  9. Japan's Complete Fighting System "Shin Kage Ryu"

    Japan's Complete Fighting System "Shin Kage Ryu"

    $35.00

    Shin Kage Ryu jujutsu has existed as a fighting system since the nineteenth century, and the literal meaning of the three Chinese characters is "spirit shadow way." Originating in J apan and influenced by Okinawan fighting systems, the art has evolved into one that ip.corporates karate-like kicks, punches, and strikes, as well as the throwing, grappling, and joint techniques of judo. Thus, Shin Kage Ryu is a complete fighting system, one that combines the best elements of karate with those of jujutsu.

    The unique mix of disciplines in Shin Kage Ryu makes it possible to fight with an opponent in an upright position and, if necessary, take him to the ground and score a victory by grappling or choking. Students are also taught extensive attack and defense techniques with both the sword and knife.

    Author of the successful Karate Training: The Samurai Legacy and Modern Practice, Robin L. Rielly has written this book as an introduction to Shin Kage Ryu for those unfamiliar with it, and to insure that the knowledge of this fighting art is not lost. It remains a pure martial art, and because it is not practiced in sporting contests, its kata are often closer to real combat. Although in some ways similar to karate kata, advanced black belts in karate agree that the kata of Shin Kage Ryu have a different feeling-one that is both powerful and effective. As such, this book is an essential handbook for every karate practitioner and enthusiast. Learn More
  10. Tai Chi for Two the Practice of Push Hands

    Tai Chi for Two the Practice of Push Hands

    $15.00

    Push Hands is a basic exercise for two partners that is practiced by students of T'ai Chi. Paul Crompton presents it here as a means of training oneself to relax under physical and mental pressure and to improve one's interactions with others in everyday life. Confronting the fear of threats to one's self-image and of losing one's balance is part of the psychological dimension of this practice. The author also offers, in workbook style, instruction in the fundamentals of the soft form of Push Hands and prepares the ground for studying the hard form, which is the actual fighting style. With step-by-step instructions and photographs demonstrating the movements, plus chapters on the concept of ch'i and Taoist philosophy, the book provides both practical advice and a philosophical appreciation of this popular Chinese exercise.

    Paul Crompton has been teaching T'ai Chi in England since the early 1970's. He is the editor of the British magazine Karate and Oriental Arts and the author of several books, including the T'ai Chi Workbook. Learn More
  11. Hong Kong Action Cinema

    Hong Kong Action Cinema

    $23.95

    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
  12. Bruce Lee: The Incomparable Fighter

    Bruce Lee: The Incomparable Fighter

    $20.00

    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

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