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Foundations of Korean Martial Arts: Masters, Manuals & Combative Techniques
Foundations of Korean Martial Arts: Masters, Manuals & Combative Techniques
Most of what are referred to as Korean martial art styles are actually derived from Japanese/Okinawan karate systems or find their roots in Chinese boxing. The Korean peninsula has existed as a fragile territory between China and Japan and thus shared many cultural elements from their neighbors. To what degree has the Japanese and Chinese arts influenced those practiced in Korea over the centuries? Can we distinguish any original Korean martial art style? Chapters in this anthology are derived from the Journal of Asian Martial Arts specifically in response to such questions as asked above. The authors provide great detail on the military/martial manuals that recorded both battlefield arts and personal combative arts and use these sources to give a picture of the martial traditions practiced in Korea for hundreds of years. In chapter one, Stanley Henning provides an excellent overview of martial arts in Koreas since the earliest dynasties. These include bare-hand arts as well as those with weaponry. His overview illuminates the time and place of highly influential military manuals as discussed in the chapter by Manuel Adrogue. John Della Pia's two chapters focus on a particular manual—the Muye Dobo Tongji (1790)—providing details of open-hand and weapons training, in particular with the unique Korean "native sword." Two chapters provide the theory and practice of qigong methods for health and martial effectiveness. Dr. Patrick Massey et al. offer results on the use of breathing methods affecting lung capacity. Sean Bradley's chapter goes deeply into the medical theories that parallel the practice of Sinmoo Hapkido's qigong methods. The final two chapters focus on practical fighting applications from Hapkido. Marc Tedeschi's chapter provides sound advice for self-defense agains multiple opponents. In addition to detailing principles that give any defender a helpful advantage, Tedeschi shows nineteen examples of techniques against two, three, and four opponents that include pressure point striking, throws, arm bars, locks, and a variety of kicks. In the closing chapter, Sean Bradley discusses a few of his favorite techniques, where he learned them, and why they are memorable. Rich in historical details and practical advice, this anthology will prove to be a prized reference work to all interested in the Korean martial traditions.

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Acid-Base Disorders and Their Treatment
Acid-Base Disorders and Their Treatment
With detailed contributions and research from experts in the physiology of normal acid-base homeostasis and the management of acid-base disorders, this reference supplies an abundance of information on acid-base physiology, disorders of acid-base equilibrium, and the management and treatment of these disorders in clinical practice. A unique and timely source, this guide provides a large number of tables, references, and figures to illustrate the relationship between the underlying physiology and diagnosis of acid-base disorders.

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Un arte mortal. La historia oculta del Tae Kwon Do. (Deporte - Historia)
Un arte mortal. La historia oculta del Tae Kwon Do. (Deporte - Historia)
Es un libro que, con el atrapante ritmo de una novela, presenta una visión descarnada y documentada de las circunstancias en que nació el Tae Kwon Do, cuidadosamente ignoradas por las versiones oficiales. Por sus páginas desfilan la opresión japonesa sobre Corea durante la primera mitad del siglo XX, brutales escenas en campos de batalla de Corea y Vietnam que fueron bautismo de fuego de este "Arte Mortal", reuniones en casas de geishas donde al calor del destilado de arroz se decidió el nombre y la suerte del arte, la puja entre los primeros maestros por tomar control sobre la naciente especialidad, los crueles atentados del servicio secreto surcoreano, las maniobras para la designación del Tae Kwon Do como deporte olímpico, y aquella fatídica partida de póker en 1938 que determinó el destino del Gral. Choi Hong Hi, el apasionado anticomunista que, movido por altos ideales confucianos, tragedias familiares y un feroz nacionalismo, terminó encontrando en Corea del Norte el apoyo para afianzar "su" Tae Kwon Do, al que dedicó su vida.

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