Publisher: Paladin Press (January 1, 1996)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0873648595
ISBN-13: 978-0873648592
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.6 inches

Pages: 256

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SPEED TRAINING

HOW TO DEVELOP YOUR MAXIMUM SPEED FOR MARTIAL ARTS

by Loren W. Christensen



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Loren Christensen answers an emphatic Y-E-S to all those questions. He will show you how to develop instantaneous reflexes and explosive speed for punching, kicking, grappling, and police defensive tactics by following the simple drills, exercises, and principles outlined in this book. 

Christensen has been a martial artist for 31 years and a police officer for 25. He knows first hand that speed is often the difference between first and second in a tournament - or first and dead in a real-life battle. Learn from him how to stay a step ahead of your of your opponents in the dojo or on the streets.

  • Can quickness keep you alive in a knife fight? 
  • Are there shortcuts? Are there really ways for you to double your speed immediately?

Speed is the most important asset a fighter can have. Sure, strength, courage, flexibility, endurance, and grappling ability are all important, but if you are not fast enough to block your opponent's attack or you are too slow to hit him, these will be of little value.I f you weren't blessed with natural quickness, are there ways to develop hands that move as rapidly as a serpent's tongue and kicks that crack the air like a bullwhip?


  • Can a naturally quick person become even quicker? 
  • Can you learn how Bruce Lee and other masters developed their incredible speed?
  • Can perception be improved, reflexes sharpened, timing polished?
  • Are there specific exercises you can do to keep quickness from being used against you?