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by Glen Doyle

  • ISBN: 0804831955
  • Category: Sports books
  • Author: Glen Doyle
  • Subcategory: Individual Sports
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Tuttle Publishing; 1st edition (March 15, 1999)
  • Pages: 144 pages
  • FB2 size: 1475 kb
  • EPUB size: 1809 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 790
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Martial Artist's Way Paperback – March 15, 1999.

Martial Artist's Way Paperback – March 15, 1999. by. Glen Doyle (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Sifu Glen Doyle has here written a nifty little book that is meant more as a treatise of how to approach the martial arts rather then the intricacies of where the little finger of your left hand should be when you deliver a spinning heel kick. Whatever his talents at 'doing' martial arts, it's certainly clear that Sifu Doyle 'understands' them.

Martial Artist's Way book. Doyle sets out the fundamentals of the martial arts-from psychological factors to training techniques to choosing the most appropriate school. The Martial Artist's Way" enthusiastically demonstrates the powerful interaction between mind and body in the martial arts, and helps readers to achieve the most in their martial arts training and to take the lessons learned into the arena of life.

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The Martial Artist's Way - Glen Doyle

The Martial Artist's Way - Glen Doyle. Keywords: Glen Doyle, Glen, Doyle, Martial Arts, Kung Fu, Gregory Doyle, Jing Mo, Avondale, Newfoundland, Martial Artist's Way, Martial Arts Discussion Board, forum. Description: Book by Glen Doyle, offers guidance to those seeking to learn skills in the martial arts; insight on how to apply martial arts philosophies to all aspects of life; fundamentals of the martials arts - psychological factors, training techniques, and choosing the most appropriate school.

The Martial Artists Way is Glens blend of practical teaching, thoughtful insight and inspired the secrets of his training success. Canadian Customers: ships via OS lettermail.

Contact Glennon Doyle on Messenger. WHY YOU NEED THIS BOOK At a Love Warrior event, a woman walked into the room and the moment I saw her, three words filled my entire being: There She Is. UNTAMED is my deeply personal story of discovering and fighting for the great love of my life. But this book is not about finding your Abby.

Written by. Glen Doyle. Manufacturer: Tuttle Publishing Release date: 15 March 1999 ISBN-10 : 0804831955 ISBN-13: 9780804831956.

Bruce Lee has inspired generations of martial artists, and he was one of the first pioneers to prioritise technquies that work over . Whether you are an experienced martial artist or a curious enthusiast, this book can give you. More . 95. Kimura: One of Judo's Greatest Champions.

Bruce Lee has inspired generations of martial artists, and he was one of the first pioneers to prioritise technquies that work over mindlessly following any particular martial arts tradition. His style was no style - or, rather, a mix of the best elements from each style. The real revolution in martial arts happened in the early 90s with the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

Glennon Doyle (born 1976), previously known as Glennon Doyle Melton, is an author, activist, philanthropist and non-profit executive. She has written books including Love Warrior (2016) and Carry On, Warrior (2012), is the creator of the online community Momastery, and is the founder and president of Together Rising, a nonprofit for women and children in crisis.

Discusses the philosphy of martial arts and explains how the discipline of this sport can change one's outlook
Reviews about Martial Artist's Way (7):
Oppebro
Great help to fine your style. Glen points out many details for you to look at yourself and find your fit and feel. Check out his youtubes for Irish Stick Fighting.
Coiriel
Sifu Glen Doyle has here written a nifty little book that is meant more as a treatise of how to approach the martial arts rather then the intricacies of where the little finger of your left hand should be when you deliver a spinning heel kick. As such he has supplied a real need given the simple and straight forward language he uses that makes this book an easily digestible read for experienced hands and newcomers alike. Whatever his talents at 'doing' martial arts, it's certainly clear that Sifu Doyle 'understands' them.

The book is broken up into easily followed and defined chapters and is well set out as well as being fairly devoid of impenetrable jargon. In fact if anyone you know asks you why you bother with martial arts this probably wouldn't be a bad book to sling their way as many of the concepts the author discusses in terms of learning curves etc can be pretty much applied far more broadly than just in a martial aspect.

Perhaps the best and last recommendation I can give to this little book is that I lent it to a younger student in a class I was taking and she has never brought it back to me!
Bladebringer
Sifu Doyle writes from the body, the mind and the spirit, and shares the depth of his experience in practical, down-to-earth terms. His book is like a new-found friend and a long-time buddy rolled into one - a welcome traveling companion on the journey of life. With clear examples and accessible language, Sifu Doyle elucidates the power and dissipates the myths of the inner world of martial arts. The chapters on Choosing a Style and a School contain sound advice for beginners. I particularly enjoyed the chapters on Training, Cross-training, and the Street.
Sifu Doyle's book is a valuable resource for everyone because his style encourages the reader to look into themselves for answers and encompasses concepts that are universal to any ongoing process - training, running a business, running a household, any art or craft. As an acupuncturist and a martial artist, I wholeheartedly look forward to referring many people to "The Martial Artist's Way" in the years to come.
Kagalkree
In this engaging book, Sifu Doyle does not try to teach you how to practice the martial arts, rather how to approach them. From things like picking a style to choosing a instructor, he gives the student a wealth of good advice in a totally understandable form. He is great at making the mystical and sometime confusing world of the martial arts accessible to anyone. While he's obviously well schooled in "classic" martial arts, it's his devotion to taking what is right for the individual and making a style one's own that stand out. He respects the traditions of his art, but is not constrained by the forms that he has learned. This lesson is a valuable one in every facet of life.
Ferne
In my opinion, this book is great. It not only shows the technique of martial arts but how the sport can be fun. I have been under the instruction of Glen for two summers now. The group of figure skaters I am with are his youngest students. He makes the sport easy for all of us and tells many stories about how his book came to be and his road to victory. I have to say, this book is about as good as the live show. It's an all-around great book.
Camper
As a Novice in the Martial Art's I found this book to be clear and engaging from the Introduction to the Conclusion, Glen Doyle guides you through a concise understanding in "The Martial Artist's Way".
With every page that unfolded in front of me I was so immersed in reading "Choosing A Style" to "Cross-Training" that I found myself highlighting his words, as Sifu Doyle has become instrumental in my journey.
Fohuginn
I have read some books about the martial arts that are total "how to" books that insist the only way is "their way". The beauty of this book is that is doesn't do that. It is written in easy to understand language and is refreshing in the manner in which the author speaks to you. The ideas and philosophies can be applied to any aspect of your life - not just a martial arts practice though to be sure it is a book written with the martial artist in mind. The author obviously loves his subject and that reflects through to you the reader. I enjoyed the book and can definitely recommend it to others - regardless of whether you have a passing interest in the martial arts or are a veteran of many years practice.
A breath of fresh air. Glen Doyle has really made a move forward in the martial arts literary scene. I didn't know what to expect, but I never expected such an easy read from a book with so much information and insight.

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