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How to Punch

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Punching. Although it seems like one of the simplest forms of self-defense, this ancient form of combat is actually more complex than you would ever imagine. Now, in this fully illustrated and easy-to-use book, the art of punching is decoded for readers everywhere. This book will teach you the elements of the perfect punch, including:

- How to make a fist and not break your
Paperback, 48 pages
Published April 15th 2014 by St. Martin's Griffin (first published November 15th 2013)
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A brief book but a good introduction on, well, how to punch. While the illustrations are generally helpful, they took up a lot of space that could have been used to elaborate on the topic a bit more. I would recommend this book to beginners to the striking arts.
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Hailing from northeast England, Martin J Dougherty is a professional writer specialising in military history. He has been at times a games designer, an engineer, a self-protection instructor, a teacher and a defence analyst. Martin has published a range of books covering topics as diverse as self-protection, medieval warfare and space flight, and has addressed international conferences on anti-shi ...more
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