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2016 AMAA WHO'S WHO in the Martial Arts By Jessie Bowen
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2016 Who's Who in the Martial Arts Autobiography Book Volume 2 Many great Martial Artists have lost the chance to tell their life story. We want to preserve and share their journey with the world... More > through the Who's Who in the Martial Arts Book. This autobiographical publication serves as a history book for today's Martial Artists. It is an essential guide for learning the history of our martial arts pioneers who have pave the way for today's martial arts. The book features over 200 martial artist sharing their journey, hard work, and personal achievements. Without the help and support of Grandmaster Jeff Smith and Joe Corley this book would have not been possible. Through their hard work they were able to pull together all of the amazing martial artist to share their journey.< Less
Seeking the Way - My Life In the Martial Arts (Ebook) By George Alexander
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George Alexander’s self-portrait of his experiences and life in the martial arts is an unrivaled work. This candid autobiography is a riveting account of his martial adventures and is both... More > informative & entertaining. Known as an early “Pioneer" of Karate, he takes the reader from dojos in Japan & Okinawa to jungle fighting in Vietnam to Shaolin monasteries in China and beyond. His adventures in an overall context are an account of how the Asian martial arts craze that affected him so deeply started in America and ultimately spread worldwide. In this revealing & enlightening presentation, he gives a critical and insightful account of how modern martial arts disciplines & martial sports have become a truly unique international subculture. This autobiography is filled with rich experiences & gives us an account of history as he has seen it and lived it. His life from jungle fighter to world champion and historian is the history of modern martial arts in America, the world and more.< Less
Seeking The Way - My Life in the Martial Arts By George Alexander
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George Alexander’s self-portrait of his experiences and life in the martial arts is an unrivaled work. This candid autobiography is a riveting account of his martial adventures and is both... More > informative & entertaining. Known as an early “Pioneer" of Karate, he takes the reader from dojos in Japan & Okinawa to jungle fighting in Vietnam to Shaolin monasteries in China and beyond. His adventures in an overall context are an account of how the Asian martial arts craze that affected him so deeply started in America and ultimately spread worldwide. In this revealing & enlightening presentation, he gives a critical and insightful account of how modern martial arts disciplines & martial sports have become a truly unique international subculture. This autobiography is filled with rich experiences & gives us an account of history as he has seen it and lived it. His life from jungle fighter to world champion and historian is the history of modern martial arts in America, the world and more.< Less
Tao of Mang Ho Ryu Martial Arts By Grandmaster Jay "Flying Tiger" Blanton
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This book is on the history and training of Grandmaster Jay "Flying Tiger" Blanton and how he created his own martial arts system Mang Ho Ryu Martial Arts a new system of Tae Kwon Do and... More > was named by his martial arts Instructor Grandmaster Kang Rhee the Instructor of Elvis Presley and Bill "Superfoot" Wallace and many others. Read all Grandmaster Blanton has overcame to be where he is today.< Less
Gekiken Jintsuu Roku - The Martial Arts of Japanese Fencing By Jack Chen
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Written in 1768 by Kashibuchi Arinori, "Gekiken Jintsuu Roku" is an ancient book on the martial arts of Japanese fencing, using a more olden style of Kendo armour and even practicing with a... More > padded Spear! More interestingly, 75% of this book was written in classical Chinese, instead of Japanese. A valuable reference in understanding the exchanges in Chinese-Japanese martial arts & language, and the history of sparring freeplay in weapons-based martial arts.< Less
Okinawan Martial Arts Center; Student Progress Manual By C. Michial Jones
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This is the official training manual of the Okinawan Martial Arts Center covering the arts of Okinawan Gojuryu Karate-do and Ryukyu Dento Ufuchiku Kubujutsu. Within this manual you will find history,... More > biographies, etiquette, terminology, Basics, promotional requirements for Juniors and Seniors, along with Kobudo and much more. This manual will assist the student as they take there journey along the path of budo.< Less
Tao of Mang Ho Ryu Martial Arts By Grandmaster Jay "Flying Tiger" Blanton
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A new system of Tae Kwon Do called Mang Ho Ryu TKD it was created by Grandmaster Jay "Flying Tiger" Blanton and was named by his martial arts Instructor Grandmaster Kang Rhee the Instructor... More > of Elvis Presley and Bill "Superfoot" Wallace and many others. This book will tell the history of Grandmaster Blanton and how his Tae Kwon Do system of martial arts was formed and where it is today.It also tells all the obstacles he overcame from a speech problem he has and all the bullying to be where he is today!< Less
Silat Ikhtiar - The South East Asian Martial Art By Jerome Blanes
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A clear and concise manual with over 800 illustrations. The training manual of the South East Asian Martial Art Silat Ikhtiar with all the techniques including hand-fighting and the weapons: Pisau,... More > Badek, Parang and Keris. An inspirational collectors item even for people who do not train in the art of Silat. Unlike many Silat styles, Silat Ikhtiar does not claim to be directly in line with a famous hero or icon of Asian or South East Asian history. Silat Ikhtiar does also not claim to be a ‘complete’ system. It is merely a tool that can be used in many situations. The objective of Silat Ikhtiar was to introduce a functional, usable and progressive style which still retains traditional and cultural aspects. Silat Ikhtiar has its own unique design weaponry and batik fabric. This document is meant for anybody who is interested to learn more about Silat Ikhtiar and for students as an aid in remembering and studying the art. See www.silatikhtiar.blogspot.com< Less
AFRIKA! The True Origin of Karate and All Martial Arts By NKOSI TAYO ABOLADE
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Hidden authenticated facts about Afrikan Martial Arts History • Ancient Africa, stretched from what we now know as Afrika up to a part of India, read the facts. • Ancient Afrikan Martial... More > Arts Masters were complete. • Was medical knowledge taught to Martial Arts Masters? • Did Kung - Fu begin in China? • Did Karate have it’s rough origin in India and was perfected in Okinawa? • Who was Ta - Mo? • Who taught the Chinese Martial Arts? • Did Ju - Do begin in the Orient? • Is Sumo wrestling Oriental? • Read the truth, you will see all the lies exposed, the reason, they have miseducated you about Martial Arts. • Who is the Real leader of Asa Kiniun (Simba - Ryu) Afrikan Martial Arts? • Read about the Propaganda, lies and half truths, the plan to discredit Afrika.< Less
Swords, Science, and Society: German Martial Arts in the Middle Ages By Keith Farrell & Jamie Acutt
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In medieval Germany, combat was a matter of life and death, and knowing the Art of Fencing was to have control over it: to have the power to save or take lives. Those who knew the Art of Fencing kept... More > such knowledge as a closely guarded secret. In 15th century Bavaria, a small and secretive fellowship of fencing masters encoded their knowledge into a cryptic verse. Their Art, the ‘one true art of the sword’, was reserved only for the initiated. At the head of this fellowship was a grand-master known as Johannes Liechtenauer. Presented within this book is an investigation of the Company of Liechtenauer, tracing their connections and influences through archival records spanning more than a century. Scholarly Fencing is contrasted with what was referred to as ‘Common Fencing’. Separating the common from the initiated, this book demonstrates the Aristotelian and Scholastic approach that defined the secret Art of Liechtenauer, and describes the science of sword-fighting in the 15th and 16th centuries.< Less

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Referral Mastery Referral Mastery By Joe Stumpf
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