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The Essential Book of Martial Arts Kicks A Well Placed Kick Can Mean The Difference Between Victory And Defeat In A Fight This Illustrated Guide To Martial Arts Kicks Provides The Reader With A Wealth Of Information On 89 Different Types Of Kicks From Various Styles This Martial Arts Book Features Kicks From Karate, Muay Thai, Taekwondo, Kung Fu, Kempo, Capoeira, Jeet Kune Do, And In A Self Defense Situation There Is No Room For Defeat Readers Will Learn How To Unleash A Devastating Barrage Of Kicks To Throw Their Opponents Off Guard And Leave Every Match In Victory The Essential Book Of Martial Arts Kicks Has One Purpose To Help Readers Hone Their Kicking Proficiency So That They Can Readily Deploy The Most Powerful Tool In The Fighter S Repertoire It Contains Contains Thousands Of Photos And Diagrams To Show Readers Exactly How To Perform All Of The 89 Kicks Inside This Book This Encyclopedic Reference Is The First Of Its Kind To Present The Entire Range Of Basic Martial Arts Kicks Packed With Full Color Photos, Detailed Diagrams And A Companion DVD Featuring 50 Of The Most Powerful Kicks, This Book Is Required Reading For Every Martial Artist Who Wants To Sharpen And Expand Their Kicking Skills With The Essential Book Of Martial Arts Kicks You Ll Learn About Front KicksSide KicksRoundhouse KicksBack KicksHook KicksCrescent KicksAnd Many

  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • The Essential Book of Martial Arts Kicks
  • Marc De Bremaeker
  • English
  • 01 October 2019
  • 9780804841221

About the Author: Marc De Bremaeker

Marc De Bremaeker has been involved in Martial Arts for over forty five years Once a successful competitor renowned for flashy kicking, he has since been teaching and doing research into the common roots and principles uniting all world martial arts He holds black belts in several schools of Asian fighting arts and has practiced many others, including exotic Krav Maga, Muay Thai and Capoeir

10 thoughts on “The Essential Book of Martial Arts Kicks

  1. says:

    In my opinion, the best book of martial arts never published A very complete,well informed book

  2. says:

    When I first started martial arts several years ago I couldn t figure out why the instructor paid such detail to the way I kicked, the exact placement, chambering, execution and timing It wasn t until I entered my first sparring match that I began to recognize that sloppy kicks do little than annoy, but well executed kicks deliver a wallop Now as a second degree black I strive to develop better kicks So I was delighted when I picked up a copy of Marc De Bremaeker s and Roy Faige s satisfying 256 page manual Essential Book of Martial Arts Kicks, accompanied with an instructional DVD, from the local public library As the authors note, this book is not a how to book for the neophyte, but a reference work for the experienced martial artist 8.This is one installment in a series of works meant to focus the karateka on specific levels of kicks Essential Book of Martial Arts Kicks takes six basic kicks and moves around them into various deliveries and styles For example, the front kick is expanded from the primary, simple front kick to the heel front kick to the phantom groin kick and beyond De Bremaeker and Faige have poured a lot of thought into the numerous variations giving the reader a total of eighty nine well developed kicks The photographs are clear and crisp, the directional sketches are sharp and straightforward, and the explanations are intelligible and explicit The authors have also taken great pains in describing and demonstrating the self defense possibilities of each kick Essential Book of Martial Arts Kicks, and the accompanying DVD, is a must have for any martial artist who is serious about sharpening their skills If you are a seasoned martial artist or an instructor, this volume will help boost your delivery and enrich your training If you run a school, this manuscript would make a great addition to your collection of books to be lent out I was so gratified by what I saw in this handbook that I returned it to the public library and purchased my own copy I recommend you do the same.

  3. says:

    Great breakdown of kicks and how to perform them memo to memust do MORE training

  4. says:

    Interesting book.

  5. says:

    A bit basic with an unhealthy mix of bullshido Stars given for the drills practice section for each kick as those are quite good.

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