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INSIDE BASSAI DAI
Learn effective & practical kata bunkai very uniquely from both Karate and Kung Fu perspectives!
By Charlie Wildish & Keith McKay Cormack
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10 KICKING TIPS
How to kick with more speed & power, but less effort, when you’re not very flexible.
By Charlie Wildish
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Books & DVD’s

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I have personally read/reviewed and/or interviewed the author and I honestly believe will be of benefit and interest to the reader. So if you
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Books

BUNKAI JUTSU
By Iain Abernethy, who I have had the pleasure of training with several times & undoubtedly one of the very best at applied Karate.
Unfortunately this book is out of print now so getting a bit expensive, but well worth a read
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FROM SHOTOKAN TO THE STREETS
How to make your training fit for real world self protection (not just for sport). Despite the title, I’d recommend it for all styles.
For more info:-
Interview with author Andi Kidd.
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WHEN THE FIGHT GOES TO THE GROUND
Written with real world self protection in mind, NOT sport. An excellent supplement to “fill the gaps” for anybody in a primarily striking style. Comes with a DVD.
For more info:-
Interview with author Lori O’Connell and Book review
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SHOTOKAN’S SECRET
This is the only book I’ve ever read cover to cover, then gone back and read a second time straight away. It’s that good. It gives a detailed historical background to the Okinawan Kings bodyguards; looks at what the challenges they faced & what would be their requirements for a fighting system. Then discusses how Shotokan very closely fits that requirement. A real eye opener. Some background at this post on Why Karate Developed Linear Technique.
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SHOTOKAN MYTHS
A very insightful look by a Japanese master, at Karate myths that have been passed down and accepted through the years without really being examined. Refreshingly open and honest.
For more info:-
Interview with author Shihan Kousaku Yokota and
Review of Shotokan Myths
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PSYCHO-CYBERNETICS
Not a martial arts book, but one of the best self-development books I’ve ever read. Naturally it has many overlaps with martial arts, which inspired me to write 2 posts, Part 1 and Part 2.
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DVD’s

FACING VIOLENCE
Looks the reality of violence by a man who has faced it many times in the line of duty. And it’s nothing like how most train in the Dojo! A must for anybody interested real self protection.
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LOGIC OF VIOLENCE
A detailed look at the different types of violence, which demographic is likely to face which type of violence, the “logic” of how the perpetrator justifies it to themselves & how they select their victims. A real insight into the criminal mind showing you what your up against in the street.
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KATA BASED SPARRING
Develop important defensive skills like wrist locking, trapping, clinch fighting and more. Skills that are so often over-looked are covered here with some great exercises for developing them so that they can be applied just as naturally as your punches and strikes.
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Russell Stutely Online Training Programs

For more about Russell Stutely please see this interview with him and/or read up this seminar I attended with him.
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Century Martial Arts Equipment


Wide range of high quality clothes/equipment for traditional and combat sport martial artists. Click on the image above. If you buy
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sincere and heartfelt thanks: