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Posted: 2011-06-17 18:00:05
Best & worst fight training books, whats your pick? My favourite is "The Text-Book of Ju-Jutsu As Practiced in Japan" by S K Uyenishi in 1906. Not only a great and realy interesting historical look at the introduction on eastern martial arts into the UK but is a well written text book. His explaination on balance I still re-read when teaching to students. Many modern martial arts authors could do well by explaining as clearly as he did over a hundred years ago.
Posted: 2011-06-17 21:57:04
I dont know about the worst one i am pretty sure Master Nick Hewiston has yet to write his.
Posted: 2011-06-18 04:08:38
bj penn book of knowledge is suposed to be superb! one of the best selling how to books of all time
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