The Anatomy of Martial Arts by Norman Link
An Illustrated Guide to the Muscles Used for Each Strike, Kick, and Throw

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THE ULTIMATE TRAINING SUPPLEMENT FOR MARTIAL ARTISTS


With detailed anatomical drawings, this book precisely illustrates the inner workings of your body during key martial arts moves. Its color drawings, helpful photos and clear text make it easy to identify the specific muscles you need to train for maximum speed, power and accuracy. More than just an anatomy book, each section is accompanied by exercises and stretches to strengthen muscles, prevent injury and improve form.


•Kicks


•Strikes


•Takedowns


•Throws


The Anatomy of Martial Arts is designed for a variety of disciplines, including:


•Hapkido


•Jiujitsu


•Judo


•Karate


•Kendo


•Kung Fu


•Muay Thai


•Taekwando
 

About Norman Link

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Dr. Norman Link, a 7th-degree black belt in yongmudo/hapkido, has over 30 years of martial arts experience. He also has black belts in several martial arts, including iaido, jujitsu, and taekwondo. Lily Chou is a writer, editor, and martial arts practitioner. They live and train in the San Francisco Bay Area.
 
Published July 1, 2010 by Ulysses Press. 128 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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