Foot-fighting manual for self-defense and sport karate

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Lerner Publications Co., 1977 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 63 pages
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Explains the use of the feet in self-defense and competition karate and demonstrates both basic and advanced techniques.

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Review: Foot-Fighting Manual for Self-Defense and Sport Karate (Fred Neff's Self-Defense Library)

User Review  - Ann Mcphee - Goodreads

Using the feet to fight is rather exotic to some people, so sensationalist books portraying wildly gymnastic kicks can be popular while really being very impractical. This manual by Fred Neff gets ... Read full review

Review: Foot-Fighting Manual for Self-Defense and Sport Karate (Fred Neff's Self-Defense Library)

User Review  - Ben - Goodreads

After my recent retirement, I began to work out with my son to keep in shape. It brought back my interest in martial arts. Before retirement I found in police work that there was a need to deal with ... Read full review

Contents

CONTENTS
7
SENSITIVE AREAS OF THE BODY
19
BASIC BODY MOVEMENTS FOR FOOT FIGHTING
27
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