If you are interested in practicing a martial art for health, this anthology is highly practical for this purpose. The content will inspire readers to adapt ways to enrich their martial art practice to reach a higher standard of health. You'll find a variety of supplementary training methods derived from Eastern and Western cultures plus scientific points of view useful and effective for modern practitioners of martial arts.
Conditioning for Martial Art Practice
- Warming-up for Martial Arts Practice: Scientific Foundations, by Brett L. Netherton, M.S., and Larry Durstine, Ph.D.
- Supplementary Weight Training for Miyagi Chojun’s Goju-ryu Karate, by John Porta and Jack McCabe, B.A.
- Breathing in Taiji and Other Fighting Arts, by Robert W. Smith, M.A.
- Landing Impact, Loading, and Injury Risk to the Lower Legs in Chinese Wushu, by Timothy A. Niiler, M.A., M.S.
- The Web of Breath: Weaving Life’s Energy into Your Martial Arts Practice, by Ted Mancuso
- Nutrition and the Role of Diet in Martial Arts Competition, by Roberto Nurchis
- Cultivating the Elixir Field with Sinmoo Hapkido’s Danjun Breathing, by Sean Bradley, N.D., L.Ac.
- Renkoho: Maintaining a Flexible Body for Health & Longevity, by Katsumi Murakami; Trans. by Quint Oga-Baldwin, M.S.Ed.
- Shaolin Physical Conditioning: What’s Old is New Again, by Julio Anta
- Training the Lower Body for Better Stances, Steps, & Kicks, by Allen Pittman, C.M.T., C.H.M.
- Conditioning the Axis of the Body: Martial and Yogic Training, by Allen Pittman, C.M.T., C.H.M.
6x9 paperback, 218 pages, 398 illustrations