Dynamic Karate

by Masatoshi Nakayama
308 pages

Most books on karate usually do not provide complete, detailed instructions and illustrations-the fundamentals plus the fine points-that readers hope for. This book fills the gaps left by others.

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25 Shoto-Kan Kata

by T. S. Fleck (Author)

A kata is a series of defensive and offensive moves against imaginary attacks from different directions. Also, a kata includes many moves for physical exercise and for connection to subsequent moves rather than for actual application.

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Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu: Theory and Technique

by Renzo Gracie (Author), Royler Gracie (Author), John Danaher (Author), Kid Peligro (Editor), Ricardo Azoury (Photographer)
304 pages

While most martial arts deal only with the initial punching and kicking stages of combat, Brazilian jiu-jitsu concentrates on ground combat. This guide shows how to use Brazilian jiu-jitsu to increase combat effectiveness. Photographs and step-by-step instructions show how to master the techniques used in this exciting new form of combat.

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Fedor: The Fighting System of the World’s Undisputed King of MMA

by Glen Cordoza, Fedor Emilianenko and Erich Krauss
270 pages

In Fedor, the undefeated, undisputed heavyweight MMA champion of the world unveils for the first time his trademark striking and grappling techniques through descriptive narrative and more than 2500 step-by-step color photographs. Detailing dozens of throws, punching combinations, cardio workouts and ground and pound techniques, this book leaves no stone unturned.

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