Zen in the Martial Arts...

This book by Joe Hyams was absolutely instrumental in my early education as a Martial Artist, and my development as a teacher of the Martial Arts. I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve returned to this book over the years. I still teach many of the lessons contained within, and always recommend this to my committed students. In addition to his perspective on training, and zen, Hyams also offers some very rare vignettes of what it was like to train directly under Bruce Lee. Friends, if you’re interested in purchasing this book, or others from Amazon.com, why not help us out in the process? A (small) percentage of every sale that comes from this website will go towards helping us maintain this site. If you enjoy the content we’re providing, and would like to help, consider clicking on this image to shop Amazon. The link will open in a new window....

Tao of Jeet Kune Do

Perfect for serious students of Jeet Kune Do, this book is one of the many classics of Martial Arts. Although not a story or typical work of non-fiction, this text offers insight into the mind of the founder of Jeet Kune Do. This is also an interesting snapshot into the nature of Martial Arts training at the time that this was originally published. Friends, if you’re interested in purchasing this book, or others from Amazon.com, why not help us out in the process? A (small) percentage of every sale that comes from this website will go towards helping us maintain this site. If you enjoy the content we’re providing, and would like to help, consider clicking on this image to shop Amazon. The link will open in a new window....