An Ultimate Martial Art

An Ultimate Martial Art

Author: Wu YueChuBa

Publisher: Funstory

ISBN: 9781647575564

Category: Fiction

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In previous life, in order to save his sister, Su Ye volunteered to sacrifice for the gods of nine heavens. He did not expect that all this is the man's trick to let him die in vain. Su Ye had learned the truth, was unacceptable for a moment, and died with hatred.At the moment Su Ye in the previous life died , another young boy named Su Ye crossed over him. At a dangerous time between life and death, He replaced the previous Su Ye to start a new life.He inadvertently obtained a book of martial arts, gained a spcial power, and used this power to escape out of chaos. Since then, he has relied on this cheat book to improve his ability through cultivation, to avenge Su Ye of the previous life.As a soul that from another world came through, he eventually dominated the world!☆About the Author☆Wu Yue Chu Ba, a well-known online novelist. He has a wealth of creative experience and has authored many novels, most of them are fantasy types. His novels have deeply attracted most readers.一句话

Japan's Ultimate Martial Art

Japan's Ultimate Martial Art

Author: Darrell Max Craig

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

ISBN: 9781462902798

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 192

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With extensive, step-by-step photographs and instructions, this jiu-jitsu guide is an effective tool for mastering this ancient martial art. The original Japanese martial art developed by the elite samurai class during Japan's feudal era, Jiu-jitsu is the forerunner of Judo and the precursor of today's ultimate fighting styles, such as mixed martial arts (MMA). For centuries, this method of unarmed self-defense proved so successful in combat that it was kept secret and taught only to a select few. Based on the author's study with instructors at the Tokyo police academy, this book presents all the traditional techniques of Jujitsu, also known as Jiu-jitsu. These techniques teach you valuable restraining methods that force your opponent to submit without abuse by using pressure points. It shows you tips for search and seizure, and the almost extinct art of Hojojutsu—how to tie people up without using any knots. Japan's Ultimate Martial Art addresses and demonstrates the full range of Kaisho Goshin Budo Taiho Jitsu Ryu (Tokyo police self-defense). Learn specific techniques such as:The use of handsThrowing an opponentThe use of weapons Designed as a training manual, this fascinating Jiujitsu book also serves as a remarkable illustrated guide to the secret art of Japanese samurai self-defense.

Tai Chi: The Ultimate Martial Art Guide

Tai Chi: The Ultimate Martial Art Guide

Author: Rudolph Ross

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 9781329994058

Category: Sports & Recreation

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There are many exercises available, both on the market, and easy to research online. Tai Chi goes back centuries and can be more beneficial for a broader spectrum of ages, through the elderly. Not only is it an exercise, but can also be used as self-defense. Grab this ebook today to learn everything you need to know.

The Ultimate Martial Arts/Fitness/Self Defense Manual

The Ultimate Martial Arts/Fitness/Self Defense Manual

Author: Ted Gambordella

Publisher: Dr. Ted Gambordella

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The Ultimate Martial Arts/Fitness/Self Defense Manual 22 Complete Books, over 2,000 pages Street Jitsu Wrist Locks Throws Chokes Complete Jiu Jitsu Backyard Jiu Jitsu Abs Flexibility Stretch Tubing Gambretta Seven Second Self Defense Secrets of Martial Arts Masters Combat Conditioning Flexation End of Injury Cane Jitsu Oriental Philosophy

Martial Arts Training: A Mixed Martial Arts Handbook on the Best Martial Arts Styles & Self Defense Techniques MMA Training Tips of Wing Chun, Hapkido, Muay Thai Training, Kung Fu Training, Tae Kwon Do, Judo and More

Martial Arts Training: A Mixed Martial Arts Handbook on the Best Martial Arts Styles & Self Defense Techniques MMA Training Tips of Wing Chun, Hapkido, Muay Thai Training, Kung Fu Training, Tae Kwon Do, Judo and More

Author: Steve Colburne, Malibu Publishing

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 9781300716679

Category: Reference

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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 very common these days, being practiced all over the world. The martial arts have been used for many centuries, although they really became famous around the time of Bruce Lee. Bruce invented the style of Jeet Kune Do, which involves very fast strikes with amazing counter defenses. Once people began to see just how fast Bruce Lee could move, they began to look into martial arts and see just how it could benefit them. 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 martial arts that they originated, developed, and perfected. Brazil offers Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Japan has Karate, Thailand has Muay Thai, France has Savate, and China has Shaolin. Keep in mind that each style will vary in techniques and what it has to offer you.

Ultimate Chinese Martial Art, The: The Science Of The Weaving Stance Bagua 64 Forms And Its Wellness Applications

Ultimate Chinese Martial Art, The: The Science Of The Weaving Stance Bagua 64 Forms And Its Wellness Applications

Author: Li Jun Feng

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9789814749312

Category: Medical

Page: 264

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The Ultimate Chinese Martial Art — The Science of the Weaving Stance Bagua 64 Forms and the Wellness Applications has three well integrated parts. Part One describes the cultural, historical and scientific background of the mysterious inner style martial art — Bagua Palm — which used to be taught in a small circle of the Royal families in China. Part Two gives a brief and yet detailed instructions on the techniques and step by step exercises of Bagua Palms with illustrations, including the example of the famous Weaving Stance Bagua 64 Forms. Part Three summarizes the wellness applications of the Bagua Palms as an inner style Chinese martial art. The aim of this book is to help all people on this planet to have a better understanding about wellness and the most effective way to achieve it. The book will thus ultimately make its way to the short list of books which truly leave their marks on the progress of human civilization. The less than sophisticated style of writing makes this book an easy and helpful reading for people from all walks of life. This book is not just about Chinese martial art. It is also about the link between Chinese culture and martial art. With practical instructions on the actual exercise, this book will benefit not just practitioners and trainers in Chinese martial art but effectively all people who read it. This book is not only going to be the martial art book of the year, but the martial art book of the 21st century. This is the first martial art book written by martial art practitioners who have thorough understanding of both physics and actual fighting, with a solid background in Chinese culture. All the three authors of the book have over 40 years of extensive experience each in Chinese martial art. In contrast to conventional Chinese martial art scripts, this book is written by three Chinese authors in plain and vivid English, which is both filled with true understanding of the unique part of Chinese culture and tuned to the cognitive habits of the westerners.

Ultimate Fighting and Embodiment

Ultimate Fighting and Embodiment

Author: Dale C. Spencer

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136499159

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 225

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Mixed martial arts (MMA) is an emergent sport where competitors in a ring or cage utilize strikes (punches, kicks, elbows and knees) as well as submission techniques to defeat opponents. This book explores the carnal experience of fighting through a sensory ethnography of MMA, and how it transgresses the cultural scripts of masculinity in popular culture. Based on four years of participant observation in a local MMA club and in-depth interviews with amateur and professional MMA fighters, Spencer documents fighters' training regimes and the meanings they attach to participation in the sport. Drawing from the philosophical phenomenology of Martin Heidegger, Maurice Merleau-Ponty and Jean-Luc Nancy, this book develops bodies-centered ontological and epistemological grounding for this study. Guided by such a position, it places bodies at the center of analysis of MMA and elucidates the embodied experience of pain and injury, and the sense and rhythms of fighting.

The Invention of Martial Arts

The Invention of Martial Arts

Author: Paul Bowman

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780197540350

Category: Social Science

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Through popular movies starring Bruce Lee and songs like the disco hit "Kung Fu Fighting," martial arts have found a central place in the Western cultural imagination. But what would 'martial arts' be without the explosion of media texts and images that brought it to a wide audience in the late 1960s and early 1970s? In this examination of the media history of what we now call martial arts, author Paul Bowman makes the bold case that the phenomenon of martial arts is chiefly an invention of media representations. Rather than passively taking up a preexisting history of martial arts practices--some of which, of course, predated the martial arts boom in popular culture--media images and narratives actively constructed martial arts. Grounded in a historical survey of the British media history of martial arts such as Bartitsu, jujutsu, judo, karate, tai chi, and MMA across a range of media, this book thoroughly recasts our understanding of the history of martial arts. By interweaving theories of key thinkers on historiography, such as Foucault and Hobsbawm, and Said's ideas on Orientalism with analyses of both mainstream and marginal media texts, Bowman arrives at the surprising insight that media representations created martial arts rather than the other way around. In this way, he not only deepens our understanding of martial arts but also demonstrates the productive power of media discourses.

Martial Arts Studies

Martial Arts Studies

Author: Paul Bowman, Professor of Cultural Studies at Cardiff University, UK

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781783481293

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 208

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This book disrupts disciplinary boundaries to make a case for the future direction and growth of martial arts studies as a unique field

The Knowledge & The Power. Martial Arts & The Story of a Grand Master.

The Knowledge & The Power. Martial Arts & The Story of a Grand Master.

Author: Thomas Daw

Publisher: Henry Washington

ISBN: 9798201251673

Category: Sports & Recreation

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The Knowledge & The Power. Martial Arts & The Story of a Grand Master. This eBook is perfect for those wanting to read the real story of Grand Master Daw, President of the MFMA Society. The MFMA is a real martial arts club. Anyone can join. Please note, this eBook does contain some bad language. Anyone can learn, once they have the knowledge and the power