Pan Gai Noon

Pan Gai Noon
Author: Al Case
Publsiher: CreateSpace
Total Pages: 162
Release: 2014-02-25
Genre: Sports & Recreation
ISBN: 1496038002

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Pan Gai Noon ~ From Kung Fu to KaratePan Gai Noon (half hard/half soft) was taught by street hawker Shu Shi Wa around 1900. There is some evidence that this art was originally one of the temple gung fu arts of the time. Later, the art was brought to Japan by Kanbun Uechi, where it was altered into a style of Karate. But what was the original art like? What were the techniques and training methods? Through the logic of matrixing this art now stands revealed; a powerful gung fu that connects Karate to the Chinese Martial arts. This volume includes forms and techniques and training drills, and is a valuable addition to any MartialArtist's library.The Ultimate Karate Encyclopedia was written between 1967 and 2014. Volume 1 ~ Pan Gai Noon Volume 2 ~ Kang Duk Won Volume 3 ~ Kwon Bup Volume 4 ~ Outlaw Karate Volume 5 ~ Buddha Crane Karate These are the actual forms and techniques of Karate from its origins in China to the latest breakthroughs in Matrixing...this is The Ultimate Karate Encyclopedia. About the Author:Al Case began Martial Arts in 1967. He has studied Kenpo, Karate, Northern Shaloin, Southern Shaolin, Aikido, Wing Chun, Tai Chi Chuan, Pa Kua Chang, and much more.He became a writer for the martial arts magazines in 1981, and had his own column (Case Histories) in Inside Karate.He has written over two million words on the martial arts, making him the most prolific Martial Arts writer of all time.Currently, he resides on a mountain top in Southern California where he is building a Martial Arts temple.

Pan Gai Noon

Pan Gai Noon
Author: Al Case
Publsiher: CreateSpace
Total Pages: 156
Release: 2013-12-27
Genre: Sports & Recreation
ISBN: 1494734672

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Pan Gai Noon (half hard/half soft) was taught by street hawker Shu Shi Wa around 1900. There is some evidence that this art was originally one of the temple gung fu arts of the time. Later, the art was brought to Japan by Kanbun Uechi, where it was altered into a style of Karate. But what was the original art like? What were the techniques and training methods? Through the logic of matrixing this art now stands revealed; a powerful gung fu that connects Karate to the Chinese Martial arts. This volume includes forms and techniques and training drills, and is a valuable addition to any MartialArtist's library.

The Best of Okinawan Martial Arts Weapons Series Book

The Best of Okinawan Martial Arts Weapons Series Book
Author: Shihan Nishiuchi
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 86
Release: 1915-09-15
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 0986373605

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Dynamic martial arts instructional weapons book by world renowned Okinawan martial arts weapons master Shihan Nishiuchi on the Kama (sickles). This book is one of a series authored by him. Additional books in the series are Bo (staff), Nunchaku, Sai, Tonfa, Kuwa (hoe), Eyeku (Oar), Shu-chu (Tecchu/Tee naka), Timbei (Shield & Short sword), Nuntee, and Traditional martial artists manors. Also Japanese Samurai Sword: there are three series available. Instructional DVDs are available for each weapons.Both the books and the DVDs are finely detailed with clear instructions.Learn from the best!

Classical Kata of Okinawan Karate

Classical Kata of Okinawan Karate
Author: Pat McCarthy
Publsiher: Black Belt Communications
Total Pages: 255
Release: 1987
Genre: Sports & Recreation
ISBN: 0897501136

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Pat McCarthy, a shorinji-ryu stylist and triple-crown winner of the North American Karate Championships in 1974, demonstrates 11 karate kata. A detailed history of Okinawan karate and biographies of 37 of its greatest patriarchs are also included.

The Best of Okinawan Martial Arts Weapons Series

The Best of Okinawan Martial Arts Weapons Series
Author: Shihan Nishiuchi,Cody Duyster
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2015-11-15
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 0986373613

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Dynamic martial arts instructional weapons book by world renowned Okinawan martial arts weapons master Shihan Nishiuchi on the Nunchaku. This book is one of a series authored by him. Additional books in the series are Bo (staff), Kama (Sickles), Sai, Tonfa, Kuwa (hoe), Eyeku (Oar), Shu-chu (Tecchu/Tee naka), Timbei (Shield & Short sword), Nuntee, and Traditional martial artists manors. Also Japanese Samurai Sword: there are three series available. Instructional DVDs are available for each weapons.Both the books and the DVDs are finely detailed with clear instructions.Learn from the best!

Okinawan Karate Teachers Styles Secret Techniques Revised Expanded Second Edition Master Version

Okinawan Karate  Teachers  Styles   Secret Techniques  Revised   Expanded Second Edition  Master Version
Author: Mark D Bishop
Publsiher: Lulu.com
Total Pages: 218
Release: 2019-02-20
Genre: Sports & Recreation
ISBN: 9780244145958

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Progression is a positive trait, as long as one keeps in touch with the past and has a staple backdrop to focus or fall back on. Although the Revised Expanded Third Edition contains all the wording and photographs that are reproduced in both the first edition, as well as this Revised and Expanded Second Edition, it comparatively represents a step into what was, for these latter two books, the future. The year 2019, in which I am writing this foreword, represents respectively 30 years and 20 years into the future since the publication of these two books, so I think this faithful reproduction of the Master Version by Q&I Publications is well timed. For some readers it might bring about nostalgia, for others it might be an eye-opener into a world that is not always truthfully represented, due to commercial or other reasons. For the teachers who I interviewed and have been embodied herein, I hope this Master Version will remain a testament into how they wished to be represented for time immemorial.

Bruce Lee Vs Classical Martial Arts

Bruce Lee Vs Classical Martial Arts
Author: Al Case
Publsiher: CreateSpace
Total Pages: 134
Release: 2015-04-28
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 1511910585

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This is an advanced study of the martial art of Bruce Lee, Jeet Kune Do (The Way of the Intercepting Fist). It compares and contrasts JKD to the more classical martial arts. It uses Matrixing Technology (the first and only science of the martial arts to do this. Can a martial art created by one man in a handful of years hold its own against martial arts that have been around for hundreds of years? The answers may surprise you. They won't bore you. And the question will be answered. And other Martial Arts, including JKD and the classical arts, will definitely by offered an avenue of improvement. The book is 136 pages, and includes anecdotes and drills, some of which have never been seen. The author began Martial Arts in 1967. He lived through the 'Golden Age' of Martial Arts, and studied virtually every martial art that came down the pike. He became a writer for the magazines in 1981, and had his own column in Inside Karate. He has written over 15 books on the martial arts, including several multi-volume works, virtual encyclopedias. These include a 3 volume treatise on Kenpo, a 5 volume presentation of Matrixing in 'Matrix Karate, ' works on Pan Gai Noon, Tong Bei, and more.

Five Ancestor Fist Kung Fu

Five Ancestor Fist Kung Fu
Author: Alexander L. Co
Publsiher: Tuttle Publishing
Total Pages: 152
Release: 2011-11-22
Genre: Sports & Recreation
ISBN: 9781462901319

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Simple, direct, and deadly–it's the art of ngo cho kun, or fists of the five ancestors. In its approach to iron body training, its reliance on the sam chien stance, and its special emphasis on hard and soft techniques, this Fukien style of kung–fu is believed to be the root of the Goju–ryu and Uechi–ryu Okinawan karate systems. During the declining years of the Ching dynasty, Sijo Chua Giok Beng combined the salient features of five styles from five masters into the formation of ngo cho kun, a distinct blend of both external and internal Chinese martial arts. Aside from being an effective form of self–defense, diligent practice of Ngo Cho Kun can balance the body's metabolism, strengthen internal organs, and improve general well–being. Ngo cho kun is at once historically significant and practical for modern–day self–defense needs. Five Ancestor Fist Kung–Fu is a must for those who are interested in the historical connection between kung–fu and karate, or who wish to expand their self–defense repertoire.

Okinawan Karate Kobudo Te Teachers Styles and Secret Techniques Expanded Third Edition

Okinawan Karate  Kobudo   Te  Teachers  Styles and Secret Techniques  Expanded Third Edition
Author: Mark D Bishop
Publsiher: Lulu.com
Total Pages: 352
Release: 2018-01-12
Genre: Sports & Recreation
ISBN: 9780244054847

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Time moves on, cultures change with the twists of history and secret arts are lost. To understand the essence of karate, kobudo and te is to read and digest this work. To devour the mysteries of the secret principles it records is to dwell in a former time, only then will the reader know the true meanings of what the masters passed on. This book was a classic of the 20th century and, with the passing of time, is now considered to be an historic record for the modern era; both a time capsule and an integrated tool of knowledge transmission. Also featuring contributions from the latest breed of expert researchers, this Expanded Third Edition keeps the original version alive in its entirety, while bringing the Okinawan karate world up to date, as it expands into an ever-increasing international world. Be warned though, it also answers questions that have not been asked until now and topics that could not have been discussed, while expanding on newly debatable issues. This is what the masters were really saying

Matrixing Tong Bei

Matrixing Tong Bei
Author: Al Case
Publsiher: CreateSpace
Total Pages: 114
Release: 2015-02-06
Genre: Sports & Recreation
ISBN: 1507869290

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Tong Bei means 'through the back,' it refers to a unique system of Kung Fu, with a unique method for generating chi power.Tong Bei is an old art, an internal martial art, and while not well known in the United States, it is considered on par with such arts as Tai Chi Chuan, Pa Kua Chang, and Hsing I.In this book Tong Bei is presented from the ground up. It includes the unique but simple chi building basics, a method for creating and understanding forms, and a lot of very efficient and street functional self defense techniques.About the Author: Al Case began studying the martial arts in 1967. He became a writer for the martial arts magazines in 1981, and had his own column (Case Histories) in Inside Karate.Al Case is also the author of the five book 'Matrixing Karate' series, the three volume 'How to Create Kenpo Karate series, and stand alone books on Pan Gai Noon, Kang Duk Won, Kwon Bup, Outlaw Karate, Buddha Crane Karate, 'Karate to Shaolin to Pa Kua Chang,' and the two volume 'Fixing MCMAP' series.

Bruce Lee Jeet Kune Do and Neutronics

Bruce Lee  Jeet Kune Do  and Neutronics
Author: Al Case
Publsiher: CreateSpace
Total Pages: 136
Release: 2015-04-24
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 1511869461

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This is an advanced study of the martial art of Bruce Lee, Jeet Kune Do (The Way of the Intercepting Fist). It doesn't teach Jeet Kune Do, rather delves into the concepts behind Jeet Kune Do, and often what drove Bruce Lee to create the art. If you are a Bruce Lee worshipper, this book isn't for you. This book is for people who understand that Bruce was a man, and that there could be problems with Jeet Kune Do and, at the very least, things to learn from comparing and contrasting the art to the classical martial arts. It examines Bruce, and analyzes Jeet Kune Do. It is respectful, but it does ask the hard questions. The author uses 'Matrixing' Technology and Neutronics to achieve the analysis of martial arts in this volume. Matrixing is a science which utilizes graphs and charts and other tools. Neutronics is a philosophy aimed at discovering the truth of the individual. It, too, is very scientific. The book is 136 pages, and includes anecdotes and drills, some of which have never been seen. The author began Martial Arts in 1967. He lived through the 'Golden Age' of Martial Arts, and studied virtually every martial art that came down the pike. He became a writer for the magazines in 1981, and had his own column in Inside Karate. He has written over 15 books on the martial arts, including several multi-volume works, virtual encyclopedias. These include a 3 volume treatise on Kenpo, a 5 volume presentation of Matrixing in 'Matrix Karate, ' works on Pan Gai Noon, Tong Bei, and more.

Buddha Crane Karate

Buddha Crane Karate
Author: Al Case
Publsiher: CreateSpace
Total Pages: 142
Release: 2014-02-25
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 1496049608

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Buddha Crane Karate The Ultimate Karate Encyclopedia: from Gung Fu to Matrixing. This encyclopedia was written between 1967 and 2014...a lifetime in the martial arts. Volume 1 Pan Gai Noon Volume 2 Kang Duk Won Volume 3 Kwon Bup Volume 4 Outlaw Karate Volume 5 Buddha Crane Karate These are the actual forms and techniques of Karate from its origins in China to the latest breakthroughs in Matrixing...this is The Ultimate Karate Encyclopedia. About Buddha Crane Karate: Matrixing is a method of logic. While it can be used in any endeavor, it is specific to the Martial Arts. This book, 'Buddha Crane Karate, ' demonstrates how Matrixing was created, and how it is used to delineate and align martial arts. Mind you, it is only the forerunner of the matrixing courses offered on my website, but it is pivotal to the development of matrixing, and thus extremely important. In this book you'll see... The circle of blocks that eventually developed into the matrix of blocks. How I developed the buddha palm as a split timing sort of thing, which evolved Karate from a block and counter method. The exact thing that mushes data together and destroys the alphabet of the martial arts. You'll see my first arguments as to how and why the martial arts become corrupted. You'll see my first thoughts solving internal energy which will develop into the book on 'The Punch.' You'll see mention of various arts and how they contribute to matrixing. You'll see my first conclusions regarding matrixing all the directions of the universe. You'll see the data concerning how I developed thousands of techniques from the logical arrangement of just a few techniques. You'll see a lot of things that developed directly into matrixing, or showed how I did it. Further, you'll see how I created and arranged concepts and motions to make an entire art. Ground up, right from the start, and in a way so you'll understand that I was not throwing away the classical, but trying to right it. Now, here's the thing. I never offered this book for sale. I bundled it in with the Create Your Own Art course, and that because of the way I was using matrixing to create a new art out of the old. So, unless you ordered Create Your Own Art, you likely haven't seen this book.

Hand Is My Sword

Hand Is My Sword
Author: Robert A. Trias
Publsiher: Tuttle Publishing
Total Pages: 184
Release: 2011-12-20
Genre: Sports & Recreation
ISBN: 9781462902293

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Karate means "empty–hand," but the one who masters this book will never be empty–handed. In fact, he will be a master of the ultimate in self–defense, for here are the martial arts fundamentals, the basic katas and techniques as taught by Robert Trias, holder of the eighth degree Black Belt. These movements and techniques are vividly brought to life by more than six hundred striking illustrations, many of them picturing Master Trias and his aides and pupils. Along with the imposing illustrations are important charts not usually found in martial arts books of this kind. The charts show the fatal and disabling points of the body and the nerve centers–for karate can be a deadly game, and those who practice it must know well the significance of the term "killer karate." For student and instructor alike, this important manual will open new dimensions, new horizons, and in the give–and–take of life will teach the properly oriented how to give much more than he takes. It will give him a new interest, a new zest for living, with the confidence that he can move mountains. Above all, it will teach him that to master others, he must first learn to master himself.

Outlaw Karate

Outlaw Karate
Author: Al Case
Publsiher: CreateSpace
Total Pages: 160
Release: 2014-02-25
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 1496049527

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Outlaw Karate was designed to get a person from white belt to black belt in one year. It is a synthesis of Kaung Duk Won Korean Karate and Kwon Bup American Karate. Duplicate and unworkable material was tossed out, and the resulting material was drilled endlessly. Here are the original forms and techniques, along with the unique theory, that made this art a true breakthrough in the Martial Arts. The Ultimate Karate Encyclopedia was written between 1967 and 2014. Volume 1 Pan Gai Noon Volume 2 Kang Duk Won Volume 3 Kwon Bup Volume 4 Outlaw Karate Volume 5 Buddha Crane Karate These are the actual forms and techniques of Karate from its origins in China to the latest breakthroughs in Matrixing...this is The Ultimate Karate Encyclopedia. About the Author: Al Case began Martial Arts in 1967. He has studied Kenpo, Karate, Northern Shaloin, Southern Shaolin, Aikido, Wing Chun, Tai Chi Chuan, Pa Kua Chang, and much more. He became a writer for the martial arts magazines in 1981, and had his own column (Case Histories) in Inside Karate. Currently, he resides on a mountain top in Southern California where he is building a Martial Arts temple.

Sanchin

Sanchin
Author: Jim A. Melki
Publsiher: CreateSpace
Total Pages: 126
Release: 2014-01-24
Genre: Sports & Recreation
ISBN: 1495324508

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Sanchin is an ancient martial arts form. Originated in India, and introduced to the monks of the Shaolin temple by Bodhidharma, who trained in the art of 'Vajramukti'. The Sanchin form is a training form and not a fighting form, and is not designed to teach the student defensive or offensive fighting techniques. Sanchin practice is designed to emphasize the principles over the function of Uechi-Ryu training and to accentuate the quality and not the application of individual techniques. The Sanchin form provides movement templates from which to learn martial arts principles and techniques. Sanchin: The Inner Structure of Uechi-Ryu is the most comprehensive book on Sanchin training as it relates to Uechi-Ryu (Chinese/Okinawan martial art system). The book includes a wealth of important information useful to all practitioners of Sanchin including a brief history of Sanchin, the five principles, the three elements, and the three levels of Sanchin training.