Karate’s Finest Masters Teach Martial Arts’ Greatest Lessons! After the acclaimed success of the first and second volumes of Karate Masters, the author presents Karate Masters 3, with a new repertoire of historical figures such as Gogen Yamaguchi, Ryusho Sakagami, Anthony Mirakian and numerous contemporary world-class masters such as Teruo Chinen, Tetsuhiko Asai, Jiro Ohtsuka, Masahiko Tanaka, Sho...
Series: Karate Masters (Book 3)
Paperback: 347 pages
Publisher: Empire Books; First Edition edition (October 1, 2006)
Product Dimensions: 7 x 0.8 x 10 inches
Amazon Rank: 6319769
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Yes, the book can be a little repetitive, but then again so can Karate!In short, the Masters say "Kata, Kata, Kata...and Basics, Basics, Basics"!!!There are some great Masters in here: (and a couple not so great).I've trained with a couple in here, (...
, et cetera. In this third volume of Karate Masters, new interviews with 23 of the world’s top karate masters have been gathered to present an integrated and complete view of the empty-handed art of fighting, philosophy and self-defense. With information that has never appeared anywhere else, the interviews contain intriguing thoughts, fascinating personal details, hidden histories and revealing philosophies. In these 23 exclusive interviews, each master reveals a true love for the art and a deep understanding of every facet associated with the practice and spirit of the Japanese art of karate-do as a way of life. No mat- ter how well you think you know these karate masters, you haven’t really experienced their wit, wisdom and insight until you’ve read "Karate Masters 3". Any martial arts practitioner who appreciates karate history and philosophy, and who feels that this rich her- itage is a necessary stepping-stone to personal growth, will find this book an invaluable reference and a “must have” addition to their personal library.