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Chinese to English Dictionary of China's Martial Arts (printed) By Andrea Falk
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The Comprehensive Chinese to English Dictionary of China's Martial Arts, set up for print-on-demand at Lulu. The book is 200 pages, which is a bit much for printing out yourself, especially the... More > horrors of double sided printing on a home machine. It is a bit difficult to work with in PDF on your computer, so I have made this version for print-on-demand. The insides are exactly the same as the PDF, the only difference is that there is a back cover. The vocabulary of the Chinese martial arts is highly specific and not in normal dictionaries, so this dictionary will be a great help to martial artists trying to improve their knowledge by learning Chinese. It is also just fun to flip though.< Less
Chinese to English Dictionary of China's Martial Arts By Andrea Falk
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A comprehensive Chinese to English dictionary of China's martial arts, compiled and translated by Andrea Falk. Andrea is one of the foremost modern translator's of internal style martial arts from... More > China. She brings years of training and translation experience to this dictionary. It includes techniques and movement names of internal and external styles (form and contact), traditional Chinese medical terms, and many useful terms related to the martial arts. The dictionary is 200 8.5x11 inch pages long. It is presented in PDF form. If you want a soft cover book, you can get it by print-on-demand, also at Lulu.< Less
Martial Arts: An Introduction By Ralph Jacobs
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Anytime an individual decides to learn how to protect themselves, learn self-defense, or become a better person, one thing comes to mind - Martial Arts. Martial Arts are now being practiced all over... More > the world. Martial Arts are broken down into specific styles. The style all depends on where and what you study. A lot of cultures and countries offer their own forms of Martial Arts that they originated, developed, and perfected. For those of you who have a bad temper or just need to learn self-control, Martial Arts can be very beneficial to study. Not only will you learn self-control, you'll also learn how to defend yourself in the most drastic of situations. No matter how you look at it, Martial Arts can be great to learn if you learn it for the right reasons. Each style will vary in technique and what it has to offer you, so pick the best style for your needs and what you hope to accomplish. Martial Arts can teach you a lot about self-defense and yourself - all you have to do is give it a try.< Less
Martial Arts Guide By Shao Yong
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Anytime an individual decides to learn how to protect themselves, learn self-defense, or become a better person, one thing comes to mind - Martial Arts. Martial Arts are now being practiced all over... More > the world. No matter how you look at it, Martial Arts can be great to learn if you learn it for the right reasons. Each style will vary in technique and what it has to offer you, so pick the best style for your needs and what you hope to accomplish. Martial Arts can teach you a lot about self-defense and yourself—all you have to do is give it a try: •An Overview of the Asian Martial Arts •Martial Arts For Children •A Close Look At Belts •A Look At Kung Fu •The Main Styles Of Kung Fu •An Introduction To Aikido •An Introduction To Capoeira •An Introduction To Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu •Muay Thai: An Introduction •The Basics Of Judo •The Art Of Hapkido •The Speed Of Kempo •The Art Of Tai Chi •Fighting: A Look At Ninjutsu •The Ultimate Fighting Championship •Choosing The Best Martial Arts Style< Less
The Missing Links of Martial Arts By Heero Miketta, Cornelia Heinz, Sascha Wagener
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Missing Link Martial Arts Within the world of martial arts, there exists a great chasm of incompleteness. A chasm wherein a life changing art has been reduced to a mere sport, a shadow of its... More > original and far more complete self. This concept has been developed to fill that ever widening void by addressing two of the most important traditions of martial arts. But it doesn't stop there, as it also has a close look at contemporary issues that should be covered by modern martial arts. Missing Links of Martial Arts introduces a comprehensive concept that connects Japanese Karate with its Chinese roots and modern applications.< Less
The Martial Art of Sales By Graham Pridham
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Ancient Chinese War Lord, Sun Tzu, is universally acknowledged as one of the greatest strategists of all time. Now, these ancient principles have been specifically translated and written for Sales... More > Professionals wanting to win in the marketplace through superior execution. The marketing strategies outlined in the Martial Art of Sales can be your lethal weapon when planning your next hard hitting campaign. You will hold in your hands a comprehensive, readable and easy to use sales training workbook that will strategize you and your team to grow and prosper in the local and global marketplace.< Less
SanshouXingYiQuan: And commentaries on modern martial arts By Randy Stroud
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Truly an inspirational,motivating, and informative read for non-martial artists and martial artists alike. Chopped full of commentary, training tips, nutrition, and contains a hefty amount of... More > resources for injures. The Author has fought in Kyokushin, MMA, sanshou, Bjj, sport Karate, and has heavily trained in the internal martial arts as well various other chinese and non-chinese arts such as Krav Maga. There hasn't been a good book on martial commentary since Bruce Lee's commentaries on the martial way. This book will specifically address the challenges that martial artists TODAY face. "SanshouXingYiQuan:& Commentaries on Modern Martial Arts" is full of stories that entertain, baffle, and may even anger a few alike. This publication also offers realistic advice for knife defense, gun defense, criminal psychology, and situational awareness. Being that the author is heavily involved in the chinese martial art of "XingYiQuan" A respective practitioner will gain an additional benefit in realistic CMA application< Less
SanshouXingYiQuan: And commentaries on modern martial arts By Randy Stroud
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Truly an inspirational,motivating, and informative read for non-martial artists and martial artists alike. Chopped full of commentary, training tips, nutrition, and contains a hefty amount of... More > resources for injures. The Author has fought in Kyokushin, MMA, sanshou, Bjj, sport Karate, and has heavily trained in the internal martial arts as well various other chinese and non-chinese arts such as Krav Maga. There hasn't been a good book on martial commentary since Bruce Lee's commentaries on the martial way. This book will specifically address the challenges that martial artists TODAY face. "SanshouXingYiQuan:& Commentaries on Modern Martial Arts" is full of stories that entertain, baffle, and may even anger a few alike. This publication also offers realistic advice for knife defense, gun defense, criminal psychology, and situational awareness. Being that the author is heavily involved in the chinese martial art of "XingYiQuan" A respective practitioner will gain an additional benefit in realistic CMA application< Less
Bubishi Martial Art Spirit - Ebook By George Alexander, Ken Penland
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The Bubishi is the secret karate text of the Okinawan masters. This book inspired the modern developers of karate such as Chojun Miyagi, the founder of Goju Ryu Karate, Kenwa Mabuni, the founder of... More > Shito Ryu Karate and Gichin Funakoshi, the founder of Shotokan Karate. Guarded for centuries, this mystical book was completely translated into English by Master George Alexander and Sensei Ken Penland. It includes the History of the White Crane System, the Sanchin, Happuren and Nipaipo kata, ?The Secret of the Blood? known as Dim Mak or The Death Touch, Meridian Theory and Chinese Accupuncture, Pressure Points, Set Up & Multiple Strikes, Hakutsuru - White Crane Fighting Techniques, Knockout and Killing Techniques, an explanation and demonstration of the 48 Essential Self Defense Applications, Chinese cures for Martial Arts Injuries, Resuscitation Techniques and much much more!< Less
The Martial Arts - the essence (bilingual - color) By Mark W.J.M. Sterke
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The Martial Arts - the essence De martiale kunsten - de essentie (color edition). The author researched the techniques, tactics and tenets of about 40 schools with a factor and frequency analyses.... More > The results comprise all prototypical techniques and tenets of traditional Japanese martial arts and Chinese classical philosophies. He created nine movement-patterns and 35 blank verses based on these exemplary techniques and concepts. The first proclamation of the development took place in 1987. In later years there were two scientific researches and several evaluations. This system of "all best techniques and concepts" could be rightly called the 'The Martial Arts'. Qua contents this system is unique in the world. The exercises for self-defence, health and long life consist of the most important basic exercises, which are specially developed for the masters of Bujutsu and Budo. www.shintairyu.nl; http://stores.lulu.com/Shintairyu; ISBN 978-1-4467-3153-6.< Less