Synopses & Reviews
From aikido to Tae Kwon Do, all levels of students in all styles of the martial arts can benefit from training advice from the arts' most talented pros and practitioners. In this essential addition to the bestselling Inside Kung-Fu series, all martial artists will find practical tips and effective strategies to help them get the most out of every training session.
From the studio to the gym to solo practice at home or on the road, "Ultimate Training for the Martial Arts" offers 34 chapters that promise to improve anyone's technique and to help serious students take their workouts to the next level. Inside you'll find tips from champion martial artists on every major training topic, including how to maximize speed, build strength, increase flexibility, and enhance endurance.
Why leave your martial arts progress up to chance when you could employ the same techniques that have been proven effective by world champions? Whether you're a beginner or a black belt, you'll learn how to get the most out of your training-and out of yourself.
Part of the Inside Kung Fu series, this book includes tips from experts throughout the martial arts world on effective training techniques for increased power, speed and endurance.
About the Author
John Little is known and respected in martial arts and film circles as the world’s foremost authority on the life and philosophy of Bruce Lee. He is the author of The Warrior Within, which offered the first formal presentation of Lee’s philosophy. In 1998, Little produced, directed, and wrote the score for Bruce Lee: In His Own Words, which won the prestigious Toronto World-Wide Short Film Festival award for Best Documentary. Little’s shooting script for this film resides in the Margaret Herrick Library in Beverly Hills, California, a branch of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.Curtis Wong is the publisher of Action Pursuit Games, Inside Kung-Fu,, and other leading magazines on the martial arts and related fields.