The Dark Art of Death (Black Medicine) Paperback – 1 Mar 1978
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The contents is different to the normal martial arts book in that it does not feature photographic step by step techniques, but a mixture of anatomical diagrams and a few pictures of the techniques in action. I would therefore advise that this book is more use to an experienced martial artist (as it assumed the reader understands how to attack with power, accuracy and various techniques), and even more specifically more useful to a practitioner of a 'precise' martial art like karate, wing chun and military styles rather than more brutal forms like muay thai and western boxing.
This book is recomended for anyone interested in self defense or as a companion to any martial arts discipline.
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Pure toilet paper...... Total waste of money. No insight of any kind. More deadly secrets in a Mr.Men book. Seriously disappointed........Published 22 months ago by Renegade
please read my other BM reviews of these titles bought - please read my other BM reviews of these titles bought - please read my other BM reviews of these titles bought - please... Read morePublished on 14 April 2013 by James B.
FANTASTIC!! this book is a MUST for those people who want to learn just how to improve their Martial Arts or Self Defence believe me they realy hurt as the thug who tried to attack... Read morePublished on 23 Mar. 2011 by P. J. De Maziere