Martial Arts Books
The Metamorphosis of Tai Chi by Robert Agar-Hutton - See full details or view at your local Amazon website.
An overview of the Chinese martial art of Tai Chi. It discusses what the art is, what it comprises, how you can find good and competent instruction, and much more. It also looks at one of the great paradoxes of martial arts. How that sometimes the most deadly arts teach people to be peaceful.
In this short book, the author explains 14 of the benefits that practicing Tai Chi can give to you. He says: "I've been studying Tai Chi since the late 1970s and the experience has enriched my life - I hope that this book will persuade you to take up Tai Chi so that you can benefit too."
Having been born into a travelling circus family, Jamie Clubb offers a fresh and unique insight to the world of martial arts. In his preface to this book, Geoff Thompson says, “The writer is erudite and extremely well read and practised, the writing is literary and compelling and the prose is articulate and challenging for all the right reasons”.
Martial Arts Books by Bruce Everett Miller
Books for the serious and dedicated martial artist who wants to learn the reality that gives effective skills.
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Muaythai is the most wellknown martial art from Thailand. You can read about it and gain insight into the sport, its culture, and those who are involved in it. All from the viewpoint of a Westerner who now knows the people, the country, the mindset, the culture and the language in Thailand from the inside out.