The Ultimate Guide to Striking (martial arts) by Raymond Horwitz

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Author
Raymond Horwitz
Publisher
Black Belt Books
Date of release
Pages
248
ISBN
9780897501545
Binding
Paperback
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In The Ultimate Guide to Striking, the first in Black Belt s Ultimate Guide collection, a compilation of striking techniques from various martial arts are examined and explored in articles that appeared in Black Belt between 1990 and 2005. Topics include: - jeet kune do s most efficient weapons - modern applications of isshin-ryu karate - vital-point attacks that level the playing field for women - the vicious spinning backfist of The Ultimate Fighter s Shonie Carter - the brutally effective combat slap - the lethal elbow strikes of tang soo do - the mysterious art of mi zong kung fu - Jeff Speakman s rapid-fire kenpo arsenal. Striking techniques from styles as diverse as American boxing and Samoan lima lama are analyzed by Black Belt writers from various styles and specialties. Techniques are broken down and demonstrated in scores of detailed photos. By providing a vast cultural perspective on the subject, The Ultimate Guide to Striking is sure to be an enlightening and effective addition to any martial artist s training. Martial Arts - Self Defense - Striking


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