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The Way to Black Belt—A Comprehensive Guide to Rapid, Rock-Solid Results

by Lawrence A. Kane

Packed with actionable information, The Way to Black Belt will teach you how to set goals, find a good instructor, monitor your progress, overcome plateaus in your training, take advantage of learning opportunities, and work through the inevitable injuries that come with rigorous martial arts training.

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Release date: 
November 1, 2007
Paperback: 320 pages
Dimensions: 
9.27 × 7.33 × 1 in

ISBN: 9781594390852

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Release date: 
November 1, 2007
Paperback: 320 pages
Dimensions: 
9.27 × 7.33 × 1 in
ISBN: 9781594390852
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Cut to the very core of what it means to be successful in the martial arts.

Earning a black belt can be the most rewarding experience of a lifetime, but getting there takes considerable planning. Whether your interests are in the classical styles of Asia or in today's Mixed Martial Arts, this book prepares you to meet every challenge. Whatever your age, whatever your gender, you will benefit from the wisdom of master martial artists around the globe, who share more than 300 years of combined training experience. Benefit from their guidance during your development into a first-class black belt.

The Wisdom of…

  • Iain Abernethy
  • Dan Anderson
  • Loren Christensen
  • Jeff Cooper
  • Wim Demeere
  • Aaron Fields
  • Lawrence Kane
  • Rory Miller
  • Martina Sprague
  • Phillip Starr
  • Jeff Stevens
  • Kris Wilder
  • ...and many more.

Packed with actionable information, The Way to Black Belt will teach you how to set goals, find a good instructor, monitor your progress, overcome plateaus in your training, take advantage of learning opportunities, and work through the inevitable injuries that come with rigorous martial arts training.

Putting your skills to the test at each developmental stage of your training requires a certain mental 'clarity.' The authors examine what this means, how to find it, and how to make sure that when the time comes you are 100% prepared.

If you are serious about your martial arts training, The Way to Black Belt will arm you with the information you need to swiftly become a highly skilled, well-qualified black belt.

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