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The Art of Western Boxing

Author : Mikazuki Publishing House
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The Art of Western Boxing is a beginners boxing manual that teaches the fundamentals of boxing including properly striking, blocking, parrying, and movement.

The Art of Western Tai Chi Ch uan

Author : Gurjot K. Singh
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This book introduces Trainers and Fighters to the philosophy and application of Western Tai Chi Ch'uan for Amateur Fighting Competitors. Western Tai Chi Ch'uan is the merging of its 13 Strategies into the basic tactics of Western Boxing, Kickboxing and Grappling. The result is an Amateur Fighter with a savage and intimidating defense and a calculated and deliberate offense. You will learn the essential principles, objectives and obstacles of an Amateur Fighting Competitor, including breathing techniques, proper understanding of form and function, intense multi-discipline sparring techniques, and the practical use of meditation processes. Also included is a section for Trainers, with an example of a complete course outline as well as a section that presents classical Tai Chi treatise and definitive striking points on the human anatomy. Producing over 20 (Amateur) champions from 2007 to 2009 at the State and Regional levels, Western Tai Chi Ch'uan is emerging as a dynamic and effective fighting system used for Martial Art competition in the Southeast Region of the United States. Gurjot K. Singh, M Ed. (Retired, U.S. Army Ranger, S.E.R.E. & Drill Instructor) holds graduate degrees in Educational Technology & International Relations from Troy University and has several academic and professional publications. He received his rank of Master from renowned Grandmaster & Dr. Ibraham Ahmed. Master Singh is a certified American Tai Chi & Qigong Association professional (Level II of III.) He is the Owner of Angel's Gym in Fayetteville, North Carolina which is a training facility for the MMA Promotion group, Elite Fighting Challenge. Learn more at www.angelsgym.com or www.youtube.com/ANGELSGYMSINGH. Publisher's website: http: //www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/TheArtOf WesternTaiChiChuan.html

Martial Arts Bible Contemporary Jeet Kune Do

Author : Paul Vunak
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Black Belt

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The oldest and most respected martial arts title in the industry, this popular monthly magazine addresses the needs of martial artists of all levels by providing them with information about every style of self-defense in the world - including techniques and strategies. In addition, Black Belt produces and markets over 75 martial arts-oriented books and videos including many about the works of Bruce Lee, the best-known marital arts figure in the world.

Martial Arts America

Author : Bob Orlando
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Challenges teachers of the Asian martial arts to explore their own philosophies and look beyond cultural trappings that do not impact the art and may be inconsistant with Western culture

Martial Arts of the World A Q

Author : Thomas A. Green
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"Did you know that the martial arts include such former Western pursuits as dueling, gunfighting, and gladiatorial combat? Nearly 100 articles by scholars discuss specific martial arts, countries, and concepts such as religion and spiritual development common to martial arts traditions of the world. Definitions of unfamiliar terms and an index that notes the historical figures and classic texts dicussed within articles help to make this set a scholarly corrective in an area often informed by the movies."--"Outstanding Reference Sources," American Libraries, May 2002.

Comprehensive Asian Fighting Arts

Author : Donn F. Draeger
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This guide to all of the main fighting arts of Asia introduces and comparesighting methods and techniques, ranging from the artful Chinese "t'ai chi"nd Japanese "jujutsu", to the lethal "pentjak-silat" of Indonesia.

Lessons in the Art of War

Author : Martina Sprague
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Become a Better Martial Artist by Applying Lessons from the World's Greatest Military Strategists from Sun Tzu to Von Clausewitz Lessons in the Art of War investigates the theories and philosophies of the most prominent military thinkers in Asia and Europe and examines the combat roots of a variety of fighting styles from traditional Chinese, Japanese, and Korean martial arts to the fighting arts of the ancient Greeks and modern Israelis. It also demonstrates how the martial arts, whether Asian or Western in origin, were historically about brutal fighting, often to the death, and how ancient attitudes and beliefs can be adapted for success in today's MMA steel cage, judo or karate tournament as they were in ancient armies. Including an introduction to Asian and Western military thought, chapters include: The Nature and Conduct of Combat What is Combat? Preparing for Battle Elements of Tactics and Strategy Imposing Your Will Destroying the Enemy Force Strength of the Defensive Position Failure Moral Quality of Courage Securing Victory

Mind Fist

Author : Dr. Haha Lung
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Inside every human being is a "sleeping tiger"--a raw, untapped power that once harnessed, can repel aggressors of any kind. . . In this masterful book, Dr. Haha Lung draws on the psychological origins of ancient Chinese philosophies, explores the fist fighting traditions of Chinese Kung-fu from its birth in ancient India and introduces the extraordinary concept of the Mind Fist--the mental punch you never see coming! Ranging from nonviolent counterattacks to multiple devastating martial arts techniques, this book includes: • Mental and physical exercises to strengthen the mind and body • Secrets of moshuh-nanren, the Chinese ninja! • Understanding the ways of bullies and aggressors • How to prevent violence using Zhenkin, the Art of Control • Three kinds of force with which you can win physical battle • How fear can be turned into focus • "Ghost" strikes and takedowns Mind Fist brilliantly unlocks an ancient skill of true, permanent self-defense--for any aspect of your life! For academic study only Dr. Haha Lung is the author of more than a dozen books on martial arts, including Assassin!, Mind Manipulation, Ninja Shadowhand, Knights of Darkness, Mind Control: The Ancient Art of Psychological Warfare, and The Lost Fighting Arts of Vietnam.

Evolution The Story of a Martial Artist

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At its foundation, the true study of the martial arts is a quest for knowledge. This knowledge transcends merely learning to kick or punch; it is about gaining an understanding. Evolution follows one such quest. Spanning more than thirty years, it shares the stories of a martial artist's journey, the lessons he learned and the understanding he gained about the martial arts and himself.

Mind Penetration The Ancent Art Of Mental Mastery

Author : Dr. Haha Lung
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To read the mind of your enemy, to turn his psyche to your own purpose, and to claim victory without ever landing a blow, these are the secrets of I-Hsing. Masters of I-Hsing's greatest weapon, the Mind-Fist, gain more than an advantage over their foes, they gain control of them. Dr. Haha Lung adds to his canon of easy-to-understand, relevant martial arts instruction with this indispensable guide to dominating your enemy's mind. In his previous classics, Mind Control and Mind Manipulation, he laid the groundwork for smashing your enemy's mental defenses. In Mind Penetration, Dr. Lung teaches the skills and techniques behind this seemingly supernatural ability to bend anyone to your will. In this comprehensive guide to I-Hsing you will: • Explore the origin and history of mind manipulation • Discover its practice in the ancient Far East and in the modern West • Learn how to control the minds of your enemies • Gain confidence and knowledge through clear descriptions and helpful illustrations Dr. Haha Lung is the author of more than a dozen books on martial arts, including The Nine Halls of Death, Assassin!, Mind Manipulation, Ninja Shadowland, Knights of Darkness, Mind Control: The Ancient Art of Psychological Warfare, and The Lost Fighting Arts of Vietnam. [FOR ACADEMIC STUDY ONLY]

Kajukenbo the Original Mixed Martial Art

Author : John Evan Bishop
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The Overlook Martial Arts Handbook

Author : David Mitchell
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Introduces the martial arts of kendo, ninjitsu, aikido, karate, kung fu, Taekwondo, and tang soo do, and briefly describes their historical backgrounds

Ultimate Warrior Workouts Training for Warriors

Author : Martin Rooney
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Are You Ready to Take The Warrior Challenge? World-renowned fitness coach Martin Rooney will take you where no warrior has gone before. On an epic international quest, Rooney traveled to top-fight destinations around the globe to study and train under the last living masters in the eight core disciplines of Mixed Martial Arts. More than 1,000 full-color photos reveal hundreds of the original training secrets he discovered along the way, from the slopes of Japan's Mt. Fuji and the beaches of Brazil to the streets of Russia. With nearly fifty varieties of push-ups, dozens of kettlebell exercises, and hundreds of unique training techniques, Ultimate Warrior Workouts also offers: A complete six-month workout program Cutting-edge nutrition ADVICE and a sample diet plan "Warrior Challenges" to assess your fitness level The history and philosophy of the arts that comprise mixed martial arts

Western Boxing and World Wrestling

Author : John F. Gilbey
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John F. Gilbey exposes wrestling as a series of circus exhibitions and decries boxing as an unbalanced martial art, the true purpose of which is to maim. In place of the fake performances of the Hulks of the modern ring, Gilbey offers the great ones, from George Hackenschmidt through Frank Gotch, to the Great Gama, and Ghulam.

Physical Exercises the Martial Arts

Author : Philip Shapira
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The single largest factor in childhood obesity is lack of physical exercises and excessive sedentary behavior. Research has also shown that obese children tend to be more depressed than those who are fit. Therefore, it would seem logical that getting your child on an exercise program should be a paramount priority for you as a parent to ensure the health and happiness of your child. But how? This book gives the answer. Describing different types of physical exercises for different kinds of people to ensure holistic health for them, this book offers easy tips for family fitness, preventing childhood and teenage obesity, weight loss, and for increasing brain power. Also, it presents a detailed account of martial arts including Judo-Karate, Kung Fu and Kickboxing.

Old and New London The western and northern suburbs

Author : Walter Thornbury
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Journal of Asian Martial Arts

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Western Long Boxing

Author : Gurjot K. Singh
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This is a book of mental, physical and emotional empowerment through martial energetics. It is based on a simple postulate: Change the individual and change the world. This book provides a process to do this through ten stages of Vedic and Taoist, Stilling and Moving Meditation. Nine stages get you there and the tenth is when modal behavior transforms into modal reality. In such a state of being you can affect things most can not and you are not affected by things that others can not avoid.Western Long Boxing's Ten Gated Change process is the expansion of the "martial energetic" principles of the author's first book: Art of Western Tai Chi Chuan. That book emphasized the combat sport training that produced over 30 Pro/Am (IKF, USAABA, NAGA, EFC MMA Promotions, Carolina MMA Fight Promotions, Gameness MMA Promotions) Combat Sports Champions and Contenders. But this book is for the seasoned Martial Artist wanting to continue to improve mental, physical and emotional performance. It is also for the injured Combat Sport competitor, enthusiast or person with PTSD issues. It delves deeply into the martial energetics of restorative meditation and armed/unarmed combatives. Improvement in these areas can be done well into their 50's, 60's and beyond. The specifics of this book presents internal and external processes that (measurably and demonstrably) allow the adept to achieve greater longevity and vitality through martial energetics. Martial energetics is the warriors method of improving modal behavior through the martial application stilling and moving meditation. This is how to have longevity and vitality beyond your peer group as you approach your 50's, 60's and beyond. As such it raises questions for the combat sports enthusiast who wishes to improve cognitive, kinetic and affect behavior: How can a man near 60 years old have the strength, stamina, speed and suppleness to spar in the ring, on the mat and in the cage with skilled opponents 20 and 30 years younger? How can he overcome kidney failure, high blood-pressure and never get a cold or the flu? How can his martial energetic skill get effective enough to actually recover from 9 three min rounds of striking and 8 five min rounds of grappling several times a week... coming back stronger... never taking more than 72 hours to recover from combat sports injures? Read this book and find out. For those with autotelic personalities (competing against themselves and not others) and a desire to transcend their limitations, in a scientific process, this book is for you. There is scholarship. There is bone and flesh pounding regimens. There is eating bitter and investing in loss. But there is also a wisdom brought to you from 1000's of hours of video recorded, training processes and notes taken over seven years of applied research. This book teaches people to learn how to alter consciousness through Vedic and Taoist, Stilling and Moving Meditation. Western Long Boxing is a martial energetic system of integrative disciplines found in Abdibharma and Phenomenological Psychology. These pedagogues have been combined to produce a curriculum that integrates these cultural perspectives on consciousness enhancement. The goal is to expand the methodologies of Taoist and Vedic internal alchemy. The specifics of these methodologies derive from Tibetan Buddhism practices of samatha and vispayana theory and Sport Psychology principles originating from Practical Set and Flow Theory. The latter theories were introduced by Professor's Dorthy Yates and Mih�ly Cs�kszentmih�lyi, and customized for the Martial and Medical adept by the author.The result is a Pugilistic Internal Alchemy formula called the Tao of the Ten Gated Changes. This formula is a tool to master the skills necessary to alter consciousness by raising the baseline levels of modal behavior function for the Western practitioner of internal alchemy. This is the purpose of developing Western Long Boxing.

The Xingyi Boxing Manual

Author : Yunting Jin
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Famed for its clear-minded, unstoppable practitioners, the martial art of Xingyi is known for both its street fighting quality and its spiritual practice. Written in China before World War II and never previously available in English, this is an invaluable illustrated guide for today's practitioner of this traditional martial art. Coming directly from an eighth-generation practitioner of a famous lineage, this book is a distillation of the knowledge and experience of many of the major figures in the history of Xingyi boxing. It offers a rare and unique perspective on the martial and healing aspects of the internal art of Xingyi Quan.