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The Wu Style of Tai Chi Chuan

The Wu Style of Tai Chi Chuan is a relatively old book from 1982 by master Tinn Chan Lee, student of master Wu Kam Chin. This book is about the Southern variation of the Wu style, and as such deserves it's own place. T.C. Lee discusses: an explanation of the ten fundamental principles; a brief history of tai chi chuan masters; the seven basic stances; principles in the cultivation of chi; duration of the static meditative exercises; ...

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Taekwon-Do Patterns: From 1st to 7th Degree Black Belt

Taekwon-Do Patterns: From Beginner to Black Belt—together the books describe and analyze all 24 taekwon-do patterns I am very pleased with this book. He did an excellent job. It shows him doing the forms step by step. Also the application for the technique. It dose not have the foot diagrams, where your foot was and where it is going. But there is so much info and for a very reasonable price. If you do ITF forms, this is a must have ...

Voll Auf Die Zwölf: Der Ultimate Fighter Erklärt, Wie Du Jeden Kampf Gewinnst

Forrest Griffin ist kein Kampfkünstler, er ist eine Kampfmaschine. Zudem ist er ziemlich durchgeknallt und hat ganz eigene Ansichten vom Leben und Kämpfen. In diesem Buch erklärt der erfolgreiche Mixed-Martial-Arts-Profi, wie man ein mental und körperlich starker Fighter werden kann, und präsentiert eine Vielzahl erprobter Nahkampftechniken für die Prügelei auf der Straße und den Free-Fight-Kampf im Oktagon.

Stateless Subjects: Chinese Martial Arts Literature And Postcolonial History

The author provides an excellent, concise, and informative description of literary history and discourse in the twentieth century by disassociating new school martial arts wuxia fiction of the twentieth-century from its pre-modern predecessor, xiayi fiction, and situating it historically in opposition to the nationalist May Fourth literary tradition. The analysis carves out space for martial arts fiction in the modern literary critic...