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Bruce Tegner's Complete Book of Karate

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The most complete book on Karate ever published. The new revised edition, over 1000 action photographs. You can learn Karate from the world's best teacher.
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Robert Kiehn
Aug 29, 2011 Robert Kiehn rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Bruce Tegner was a great master of the martial arts
back in the day and still is today. His book The Complete
Book of Karate is a great read for all those interested
in the martial arts looking to defend themselves
or simply practice Karate to exercise as well as
getting into the sport and discipline itself.

The book covers all things Karate and includes
exercise, practice techniques, self defense
techniques and sport techniques as well as a
section on Kung Fu and the use of it.

I give this book
Randy Daugherty
Jan 22, 2013 Randy Daugherty rated it really liked it
Bruce Tegner is probably not a household name but at one time he was a leading Martial Artist, In his book complete Karate he gives an overview of the history and the basic moves and kata;s along with exercises and stretches.
For many older practitioners this was probably among one of their first Martial Arts books,mine loaned out and never returned.
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Bruce Tegner is a specialist in self-defense and sport forms of weaponless fighting. He is regarded to had been one of America's outstanding authority, teacher and innovator in this field.

He was, literally, born to the teaching of unarmed fighting skills; both his parents were professional teachers of judo and jiu-jitsu and they began to train him when he was two years old. Until he was eight year
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