We have a release date everyone! Martial Masters Vol. 1 will be available in kindle and print version as of the 1st December 2016, just in time for Christmas. Featuring legends such a Bob Breen, Anthony Pillage, Russell Jarmesty and Andy Norman, Martial Masters provides an insight into their lives and their philosophies and thoughts on martial arts and self defence.
Each interview is unique – funny, harrowing, sad, inspirational and will soon become a must have for anyone with even a passing interest in martiala arts or self defence. Pr-orders will be available in November so reserve yours now!
It’s been a long road to get it to publishing but we’re there and can’t wait to have it in our hands, ready to share with you guys!
As always thank you for the support and hope you’re all excited to read this book! I had an awesome time interviewing everyone for it, hope you have an awesome time reading about it too!
Check out our piece in Martial Arts Guardians soon!
Tales from the Western Generation by Matthew Apsokardu
So a friend of mine and fellow blogger Matthew Apsokardu from www.ikigaiway.com asked me to write a review of his new book that has just been released on Amazon and I was more than happy to do so! Free book for me if nothing else :P. Those who follow the facebook group will know I have just ordered a shit ton of self defence and martial arts books so look out for some more reviews soon, as well as a recommended reading page!
I know nothing about the history of Karate, or much about the history of most martial arts to be honest and in general find it pretty dull to read about, but Matthew’s book was the exception! I was actually surprised to find myself really enjoying it, learning about the historical and cultural changes that led to the evolution of Karate as it is practiced today from the pioneers in the early 1900s to the tournament scene in the 1960s and 70s.
What really makes the book is the interviews conducted however with pioneers, mavericks and trendsetters of the martial arts who have set the tone for those that practice martial arts today. The book is incredibly easy to read, informative and enjoyable and I would highly recommend it to anyone interested in the history of martial arts or martial arts in general. This book is a must have on the shelf for any serious martial artist.