If I must find something to complain about, it is that some of the photos are to small.
The book does an excellent job of displaying the basic punching and kicking mechanics and then moves into intermediate and advanced tactics and techniques.
So not only the content is valuable from a martial art perspective, but the layout and edition are very good.
One of the best karate books available on the market today. There are a lot of insights into the meaning of martial arts and the use of body mechanics to perform more effectively. Read morePublished 20 days ago by rsrhoads
Must have for the Kyokushin, or splinter group, practitioner. Offers a glimpse into the style which reinforces the notion of its roots in Kyokushin. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Chirish
This book is the best reference to understand Enshin Karate. I would like a new edition with full color photos.Published 16 months ago by Roberth Quispe
As funny as it may sound, i already had this book, but the first edition. I guess I have to give one away now. It's a good practical/instructional book. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Mark Draghici
The workouts and drills are awesome!..the explanations are straight forward, but of course going to an actual class is much more recommendedPublished 21 months ago by fire26
You can really appreciate this book if you are a karateka. It is full of pictures and you can see the Enshin technique at its best. Read morePublished on March 22, 2013 by A. Hernandez
originally studied shotokan, appreciate the practicality of this style, great book, does good job illustrating this "blind side" method, highly recommendedPublished on March 21, 2013 by dw
Arrived before expected time. Truly enspiring for any tradtional japanese martial artist. It covers weight training, blocks . kicks , punches, locks,positioning. Read morePublished on January 25, 2013 by Avenger
This is a review for the revised edition that has only Kancho Joko Ninomiya on the cover. This version has additional pages of new techniques. Read morePublished on January 24, 2013 by Michael R. Moran