All martial disciplines require you to perfect technique; however, mastery is only realized when technique has been transcended, and your spontaneous actions are no longer inhibited by mind.
SYDNEY (PRWEB) March 20, 2013
Becoming a true martial artist requires far more than high kicks and chopping a wooden board in half with one swift motion. Author and founder of aikido-yoga Jules Aib shares almost four decades of martial arts training and Eastern philosophy study in his new guidebook, “The Secret Science of Combat Strategy” (published by Balboa Press).
The book presents readers with easy-to-follow instructions of both ancient and modern martial arts fighting techniques. With its rare, in-depth glimpse into the heart and soul of a true martial artist the guide, complete with photographs, provides both experts and first-timers with the necessary combat techniques, Zen-based tactics and deep wisdom needed to win in combat and life.
“Knowledge of a thing is not the same as experience of it,” Aib says. “The book is written in a way for people to get an experiential understanding of the material and they are encouraged to continue along their own path of personal self-discovery.”
According to the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), mixed martial arts (MMA) is the fastest growing sport in the world, Aib’s strategic fighting methods combined with practical exercises and drills will prove invaluable to those already practicing and those who want to learn more.
“All martial disciplines require you to perfect technique; however, mastery is only realized when technique has been transcended, and your spontaneous actions are no longer inhibited by mind,” Aib says.
About the Book
The Secret Science of Combat Strategy
By Jules Aib
Softcover, retail price: $24.99
E-book price: $9.99
About the Author
Jules Aib is the founder and chief instructor of World Aikido-Yoga (Way). Aikido-yoga seamlessly integrates the sophisticated martial art of aikido with the ancient science of yoga. Over the last two decades he has taught personal empowerment through the practice of aikido-yoga to people all over the world. He lives in Australia.