Discussion in 'The Library' started by arnisador, Aug 2, 2003.
Vital Point Strikes by Sang H. Kim
The Inner Structure of Tai Chi
The Essence of Shaolin White Crane, Martial Power and Qigong
Facing Violence by Rory Miller, and so far it is excellent, I would highly recommend it to any martial artist.
Tao of Jeet Kune DO: Expanded Edition on Kindle.
Phoenix-Eye Fist: A Shaolin Fighting Art of South China, Cheong Cheng Leong, Donn F. Draeger.
Reading the PDF copy on my Kindle.
The e-book "Drills" by Rory Miller.
Wing Chun Kung - Fu ​by Dr. Joseph Wayne Smith
"The Way of Kata" by Lawrence Kane and Kris Wilder
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[h=1]Tao of Jeet Kune Do by Bruce Lee.[/h]
Shin Gi Tai by Michael C. Clarke
Advanced Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan by Dr. Yang Jwing-Ming
Karate-Do Kyohan by Funikoshi Sensei
Ninja: Spirit of the Shadow Warrior by S.K. Hayes
Bruce Lee's Commentaries on the Martial Way by John Little
Reading agian, lost track of how many times I have read this
Zen in the Martial Arts by Joe Hyams
Baguazhang - 8 Trigrams Palm by Shou-Yu Liang and Jwing-Ming Yang
Mastering Yang Style Taijiquan by Fu Zhongwen
Chinese Gung Fu: The Philosophical Art of Self-Defense Revised and Updated by Bruce Lee
Infinite insights into kenpo, volume. 1-4
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Josh, do you have II5?
'Tao of Jeet Kune Do' by Bruce Lee (I finally picked up a copy), and 'Attack Proof 2nd Ed.' by John Perkins / Al Ridenhour / Matt Kovsky
'Simply Wing Chun' by Shaun Rawcliffe.
I have a number of Wing Chun books and enjoy them all but this one seems to have a more in depth analysis bordering on the scientific so I am finding it very interesting. I also have the other two books in the series waiting to be read after this.
rereading "Karate-Do Kyohan" by Gichin Funakoshi
The Principles of Aikido by Mitsugi Saotome
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