How to Learn from a Karate Manual

To learn from a Karate Manual the first thing is to get a manual that is full page size, and is ring bound. Then you can open the sucker up flat and view two pages at a time. Hopefully the writing is the right size so you can absorb at a glance without having to bend down and read. Downloads can be good, because you can print the pages off and lay them out. If the writing is too small, then copy it to your word program and change the size of the font, and all that sort of the thing. Here’s a win…

Hi Al. Have read almost half of the manual and it’s very interesting. Dennis

Some of my earlier books are tight and tiny, but nowadays I always try to write so that you can actually lay the book out and do it. The biggest mistake people make, however, is not with the book, it is that they don’t take the time to do enough repetitions of the material so that they can remember it before they move on. I’ve seen a lot of half finished books, and that’s too bad. Whether Karate book or kung fu book or whatever, the learning process can be sped up and you can learn whole arts at your leisure and have a lot of fun. I’ve got a free karate manual for download. It’s not big written, but you can at least check out the quality of my writing and see what you can learn from a well written karate manual.

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