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Fighter's Codex: 30-Day At Home Martial Arts Training Program Paperback – 5 Jan 2016
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If you're a complete noob to fighting, you need this book. It comes with thirty days of training that I can't wait to get started on. If you're already a pro, you'll probably know most of it, but then again you wouldn't be reading about martial arts in a book.
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It will allow you to do all this in the comfort of your own home, with no equipment whatsoever. If you are completely new to martial arts and combat sports, it includes links to videos you can watch to make sure you're doing the moves right. If you are already a martial artist or kick-boxer, it is the perfect way to complement your practice, by helping you improve your technique while giving you a real physical edge.
On a personal note, it was my first Darebee program. I've been hooked ever since. And I would gladly do it again.
I'm almost 30 years old. When I started this program, I felt like I was an old man. All falling apart at the joints, flexibility gone, balance all but gone, everything . After only a few days of doing this program, I felt revitalized. The effects didn't happen overnight, to be sure, but my flexibility came back rather quickly, and after a couple weeks my balance had noticeably improved. I still can't stand on one foot with my arms out and eyes closed, but then again my balance is pretty weird anyway.