This vivid introduction to the physical, spiritual, and educational aspects of Karate explores the many facets of the art of the “empty-hand,” from the beginning stages to the advanced practitioner, used by the masters during practice and study. This is an invaluable learning and teaching resource for all students and practitioners of the art of Karate and its philosophy. Written by one of the leaders of Japanese Karate in the U.S., this book helps to define and spread knowledge about karate without compromising its intrinsic philosophies and spirit. This great series of lessons from Karate teachers and martial artist who have devoted their lives to instruction is a fascinating book that demands to be read more than once.
# 119 – $19.95 – 6 x 9 – 152 pages – ISBN: 1-933901-16-0
Randall G. Hassell began his study of Karate in 1960, and received his black belt from the Japan Karate Association in 1968. For almost five decades, he has devoted himself to the teaching and study of karate-do and other martial arts. In addition to teaching in his school in St. Louis, Missouri, Mr. Hassell oversees the instruction of thousands of students and travels extensively, lecturing and officiating.
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