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All in all, i would rather not have bought this book, but am not terribly upset that i did.
Sections on calisthenics, weight training, and mental preparedness will be helpful for both beginners and experienced kickboxers.
This book explains the sport/discipline in an easy to follow, straight-forward text with plenty of pictures.
A really good book. Easy to understand with good pictures.
I suggest it for people interested in Muay Thai and KickBoxing.
While this book does have some good information, and lots of photos to demonstrate techniques, the author doesn't even actually seem to demonstrate that he realizes any difference... Read morePublished on January 28, 2006 by Chad Boykin
If you want to be the best striker in your dojo this is the book to buy. Also buy all the Benny Urquidez Martial Arts training books together your knowledge of striking will be... Read morePublished on August 14, 2005 by Phillip Bastians
Chad Boykin writes a solid book on kickboxing technique and tactics. The book has plenty of illustrative and high contrasting photos to demonstrate his concepts. Read morePublished on September 12, 2003 by A. Flanders
Basic technics, training drills are given without photos, no combinations, no serious muay thai. Half of the book is about weight training, which is not something that you would... Read morePublished on February 26, 2003 by ahduru
Good stuff, especially the drills. The weightlifting section is very basic. Check out Fighter's Notebok and Winning Wrestling Moves for well-rounded info.Published on September 17, 2002