Martial Arts Book Releases | February 2015



Here are Combat Network's top 5 combat books for February!




The Black Belt Blueprint: An Intelligent Approach to Brazilian Jiu Jitsu 


Written by Roger Gracie's first black belt and founder of the Jiu Jitsu Brotherhood, Nicolas Gregoriades, this is a comprehensive guide to the sport of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. It features a comprehensive and holistic approach to the training methods, techniques and concepts which underpin the art.











Wing Chun Strategy and Tactics II: Strike, Control, 

Break


This is the second edition of the book Wing Chun Strategy and Tactics: ATTACK, ATTACK, ATTACK. Sifu Jon and Si Hing Alfred lay out all the needed ingredients for the new Wing Chun practitioner to achieve his goals. It contains all of the first two forms with terminology in English and Chinese which is very valuable to any practitioner. In addition to this, the authors lay out some very valuable insight into the aggressive tactics of Wing Chun often left out by many schools. This book is a must for any practicing instructor or beginner.







50 Diet Tips for MMA and Combat Sports


50 Diet tips that will help you put together a nutrition plan optimal for your goals. Whether that be fat loss, muscle gain, making weight or performing optimally in combat sports, this will give you 50 tips to help keep your diet on track in the real world!






Legends of the Masters: From the Age of Heroes for the Martial Artist of Today


Storytelling is an ancient form of communication that still resonates today. An engaging story told and retold shares a meaningful message that can be passed down through the generations. Take fables such as The Boy Who Cried Wolf or The Tortoise and the Hare, who hasn’t learned a thing or two from these ancient tales? Legends of the Masters retools Aesop’s lesser-known fables, re-imagining them to meet the needs and interests of modern martial artists. Reflecting upon the wisdom of yesteryear in this new light will surely bring value for practitioners of the arts today.

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