Learn all the Korean Martial Arts Terminology you need to know by listening to Grand Master Ho Sik Pak, 8th Degree Black Belt. Grand Master Ho Sik Pak recorded over 380 words covering everything from general terminology to advanced techniques and commands. In our instructional CD each word is pronounced 3 times: first at regular speed, second slowly pronouncing every syllable, and later at full speed again followed by the English translation. GM Pak has included a bonus track, which covers all Tang Soo Do (Soo Bahk Do) Forms. This product is dedicated to all students who wish to learn how to correctly pronounce the words they hear in class or read on a book, which are an important part of their martial arts training. Also Masters of Korean arts who wish to perfect their pronunciation. By listening to a native Korean speaker you will quickly become proficient at HanKukMal, Korean language. Play the Korean Martial Arts Terminology CD-Rom in your car on the way to your dojang (studio) or work, or study at home. A booklet with all the words in Korean and English is included.
Move-A-Day BJJ is a book that is dedicated to providing supplemental information on the art of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ). A new technique or drill is covered for each day of the year. That’s 365 straight days of material! Some days cover positions; other days cover transitions between positions, and some days cover submissions. The literature follows a structured process, covering stretches and fundamentals to start. “Helpful Hints” and “Tactical Tips” are provided to help you along the way. By the time the reader reaches the final page, he or she will be well into some advanced techniques and will have a greater understanding of the primary elements in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu: positions, transitions, and submissions.
If you are a martial arts enthusiast, if you train in BJJ, if you want to train in BJJ, or if you know somebody who trains in BJJ, then this book can be a helpful reference. Put it on your desk; put it in the kitchen, or put it somewhere that it will be seen each day. Better yet, take it with you and study a Move-A-Day! Even when you’re not in the gym, you can learn and review. Your art will grow. If you want to improve when you’re not on the mat, this book provides you with an opportunity to do so.
Have you ever found yourself frustrated by not having enough self – confidence to walk the streets at night on your own in case you get beaten up? Or worse still…
In legendary Chen Village, everyone is a martial arts master, using their powerful Chen Style Tai Chi in all aspects of their lives. Lu Chan has arrived to train, but the villagers are forbidden to teach Chen Style to outsiders, and do their best to discourage him by challenging him to a series of fights. Everyone, from strong men to young children, defeats him using their Tai Chi moves.
But when a man from the village s past returns with a frightening steam-powered machine and plans to build a railroad through the village at any costs, the villagers realize they may have no choice but to put their faith in Ly Chan… who has a secret power of his own.
For the first time, the legends of martial arts are gathered in this ultimate DVD collection that will provide countless hours of adrenaline-filled action! Check out such classics as Bruce Lee Fights Back From The Grave, Crippled Masters, Fists of Bruce Lee, L.A. Street Fighter, Rage of the Master and Screaming Ninja. Marvel at the abilities of such superstars as Bruce Lee, Dragon Lee, Bolo Yeung, Bruce Le, Ron Van Clief, Bruce Li and Lee Van Cleef!
Feiyue Martial Arts shoes have a simple, durable canvas lace-up top and a padded yet light sole. The tread is perfect for all styles, providing maximum traction for ultimate performance. Most of all, you cannot beat the price. You can buy several pairs of Feiyue shoes for the price of a single pair of most other martial arts shoes. And the Feiyue shoes might last just as long, if not longer! Try a pair today. You'll discover why hundreds of thousands of martial artists are choosing to wear Feiyue Martial Arts shoes for their practice! Sizes 31 to 47 (child 1.5 to adult 13)
Film, television and popular fiction have long exploited the image of the serene Buddhist monk who is master of the deadly craft of hand-to-hand combat. While these media overly romanticize the relationship between a philosophy of non-violence and the art of fighting, When Buddhists Attack: the Curious Relationship Between Zen and the Martial Arts shows this link to be nevertheless real, even natural.
Exploring the origins of Buddhism and the ethos of the Japanese samurai, university professor and martial arts practitioner Jeffrey Mann traces the close connection between the Buddhist way of compassion and the way of the warrior. This book serves as a basic introduction to the history, philosophy, and current practice of Zen as it relates to the Japanese martial arts. It examines the elements of Zen that have found a place in budo—the martial way—such as zazen, mushin, zanshin and fudoshin, then goes on to discuss the ethics and practice of budo as modern sport. Offering insights into how qualities integral to the true martial artist are interwoven with this ancient religious philosophy, this book will help practitioners reconnect to an authentic spiritual discipline of the martial arts.
What do you get when you cross "Drunken Arts and Crippled Fist" (1979)? You get excitement every minute when two fighters join forces in this martial arts thriller. Simon Yuen, Yi-min Li star. Learn "The Story of Drunken Master" (1979) as three students master the martial arts. With Casanova Wong, Pam Pam Yan. Li and Jack Long fight for the love of one woman in the "World of Drunken Master" (1979). Yuen co-stars. An orphaned youth is trained in the unique and deceptive "Kung Fu of 8 Drunkards" (1980). Meng Fei, Chen Sing star. Gordon Liu is the son of a murdered Shaolin master who flees from his home after his life is threatened by one of his father's students. He then joins forces with a "Shaolin Drunken Monk" (1983) to seek revenge. A young man gains the skills of a "Shaolin Drunk Fighter" (1983) after his family is murdered. Lau Chan, Cheng Chiang. Standard; Soundtrack: Mandarin and English Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: English. In English and Mandarin with English subtitles. Two-disc set.
But I wanted even more. Over the years I produced 2 very impressive videos for use in my weapons seminars and seminars on "secrets of the martial arts". These video’s sold for $75 each and have have sold hundreds of copies. I decided to Add these videos to the CD Rom.
In the past 5 years I continued to write new book and now the total is up to 32. I also added 10 more great books that are important and public domain, making the total of complete books on this CD 42. So you get all 42 Books and 6 hours of video in this collection. In this one collection you will find 42 COMPLETE BOOKS and 6 HOURS OF VIDEOS
Dear Wing Chun Student, You’re training hard, your researching and doing your homework. Yet you still have that that nagging doubt… That agonizing worry… That you just can’t hit hard enough. At the back of your mind you wonder what would happen if you had to fight for your life. What would happen if you were forced to fight for yourself, your family or your friends? Would your punches really work? Or would they just bounce off the heads of your attackers and make the situation worse?
Could you punch to save your life? Literally? That was my nightmare and my dreams were telling me something more. At first I didn’t tell anyone about this recurring nightmare. I was embarrassed. I thought I was paranoid. But then one day for I said it out aloud as though I was joking. I thought the group of guys with me would burst out laughing… … but they all just turned and looked at me with disbelief! Read more…