Karate Books

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Following are the DVD courses recommend for advanced ranking in Karate. Actually these are Instant Downloads, so you could be studying advanced Karate in mere minutes! You can study them in the order listed, or in any order you prefer.

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Outlaw Karate: The Secret of the One Year Black Belt ~ an incredibly interesting look at how to take two arts apart and then put them together. Many people have tried to combine systems, but this is the first truly workable effort to have occurred in the United States. This karate books has 220 pages, 15,000 words, and almost 400 illustrations and graphics.

Pan Gai Noon Karate/kung fu ~ The original three forms that came from China. A unique look at Shaolin influenced karate. This karate/kung fu book has 160 pages, 19,000 words, and 160 illustrations and karate photographs.

Kang Duk Won Korean Karate ~ one of the earliest Karate systems, from before Funakoshi, this style remained free from the Japanese influence by traveling through Korea. This Karate book has 246 pages, 23,000 words, and over 650 karate illustrations and graphics.

Kwon Bup American Karate ~ A unique American Karate system, this was put together by Bob Babich and the advanced Black Belts of the Kang Duk Won. Mr. Babich is the only American to have ever mastered the ‘one finger trick;’ he could strike a board with a single finger and leave a hole. This Karate book has 104 pages, 8,000 words, and over 200 illustrations and karate graphics.

Buddha Crane Karate ~ A modular form of Karate that takes the student right to the edge of Matrixing.

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One Response to Karate Books

  1. HI al enjoying studying the karate.I was wandering about if you have videos on pan gai noon and kwon bup. I asked you about a while back, you told me you look when you got back. Thanks Michael

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