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Book Recommendations

Guest Author - Caroline Baker

Below are some books that I've read on the subject of Martial Arts along with my review and recommendations. The books are listed in alphabetical order by their title. If you know the title of the book you want, you can click on the letter here to get to the entry quicker.

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    I am Jackie Chan: My Life in Action by Lung Chung, Jeff Yang, Jackie Chan

    An autobiography by one of the leading Martial Arts actors of our times. This well-written book captures the spirit of Jackie Chan and really brings him to life.


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    Pai Lum Tao - Way of the White Dragon Warrior by Glenn C. Wilson

    The first book by the Grand Master of Pai Lum Tao, this book breaks down the basics of stances, punches, kicks and techniques as they apply to this system. A well written, easy to follow book, this serves as a great beginning manual for anyone interested in Kung Fu, but more specifically for those interested in the powerful art of Pai Lum Tao.


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    Tao of Jeet Kune Do by Bruce Lee

    A first-hand look of the philosophy that makes this Martial Arts style so powerful. Written by the master himself, this is a great place to start the exploration of this art form.

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    The Warrior Within: The Philosophies of Bruce Lee by John R. Little

    As a legendary Martial Artist, Bruce Lee has an understand that extends beyond just simple kicks, punches and techniques. Martial Arts a way of life that can be applied to many aspects of everyday living.


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