Lessons from the Dojo Floor by Kris Wilder

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Based on a lifetime of study, Lesson from the Dojo Floor is a refreshing look at martial arts. The messages contained within will help you identify your training for what it is, and the reasons you train. Lessons from the Dojo Floor consist of insightful stories and viewpoints not commonly expressed in martial arts, said in a straightforward manner.
Thought provoking, Lessons from the Dojo Floor educates, entertains and ultimately challenges every martial artist from beginner to black belt.

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Lawrence A. Kane is the author of Surviving Armed Assaults, Martial Arts Instruction, and Blinded by the Night, and co-author of The Way of Kata, The Way to Black Belt, and The Little Black Book of Violence (USA Book News--2009 Best Books Award Finalist; ForeWord Magazine--2010 Book of the Year Award Finalist). A paid book reviewer for ForeWord magazine and Clarion Reviews, he consults with other authors from time to time to help assure realism in their novels, particularly in fight scenes. Lawrence lives in Seattle, WA.Kris Wilder began his martial arts training in 1976 in the art of Tae Kwon Do, he has earned black belt-level ranks in three arts: Tae Kwon Do (2nd Degree), Kodokan Judo (1st Degree) and Goju-Ryu Karate (5th Degree), which he teaches at the West Seattle Karate Academy. He is a regular columnist for Traditional Karate Magazine.
Published September 3, 2003 by Xlibris. 132 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction

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