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Ancient Chinese Weapons: A Martial Arts Guide

Ancient Chinese Weapons: A Martial Arts Guide
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4 months ago at May 18 4:46
Fine book if you are interested in the topic and don't know much, but lacking depth into actual techniques and training methods used at different points in time: it looks more like a catalogue than a real guide
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Description: Many martial artists, once they reach a certain level of proficiency with their barehanded fighting forms, choose to expand their knowledge to include weapons techniques. But what weapon to choose? Over the past 5,000 years, the Chinese have developed a vast array of weapons, built for a multitude of purposes. What are these purposes? What is the background of these weapons? What weapon is right for you?Ancient Chinese Weapons: A Martial Artists Guide is an easy reference guide. Profusely illustrated, easy to navigate, and conveniently broken down into four main classifications: Long Weapons, Short Weapons, Soft Weapons, and Pro ... (more)
Manufacturer: Ymaa Publication Center
Release date: 9 March 1999
ISBN-10 : 1886969671 | ISBN-13: 9781886969674
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Marian posted a review 4 months ago

“Fine book if you are interested in the topic and don't know much, but lacking depth into actual techniques and training methods used at different points in time: it looks more like a catalogue than a real guide” read more

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