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Elements of Advanced Karate - Lester Ingber 1985

Elements of Advanced Karate - Lester Ingber 1985

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ELEMENTS OF ADVANCED KARATEby Lester Ingber, Ph.D.Editor: Mike Lee Graphic Design: Karen MassadArt Production: Junko Sadjadpour, Amy Goldman Koss Photography: Mario PradoCopyright © 1985 Physical Studies Institute All rights reserved Printed in the United States of America Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 84-62296 ISBN: 0-89750-127-6WARNINGThis book is presented only as a means of preserving a unique aspect of the heritage of themartial arts. Neither the publisher nor the author makes any representation, warranty orguarantee that the techniques described or illustrated in this book will be safe or effective in anyself-defense situation or otherwise. You may be injured if you apply or train in the techniques of self-defense illustrated in this book, and neither the publisher nor the author is responsible forany such injury that may result. It is essential that you consult a physician regarding whether ornot to attempt any technique described in this book. Specific self-defense responses illustrated inthis book may not be justified in any particular situation in view of all of the circumstances orunder the applicable federal, state or local law. Neither the publisher nor the author makes anyrepresentation or warranty regarding the legality or appropriateness of any technique mentionedin this book.
Appearing in this photograph are the individuals who alsodemonstrate the techniques which illustrate this book. From leftto right they are: Louis Seitchik, Isamu Nakayama, the author,Mako Nakayama, Scott Ginaven, and Paul Fleck. I thank PaulNakayama for helping to reorganize and rewrite the finalmanuscript.

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