Five Killer Books that Lead to Martial Arts Internal Power

I always talk about these books separately, but there is a distinct thread to them. The commonality is that they teach, in actual steps, how to create martial arts internal power. At the bottom of this page you’ll find a video of me projecting chi outside my body. HEre are the five books…

Yogata deals with the overall condition of the body, rehabilitates the body, creates the context for chi development, and promotes chi generation directly.

The Punch is a virtual doctoral dissertation on how to punch, and leads, should one do all the exercises in order, to massive and usable internal power.

The Kick is a companion to The Punch, puts the theories presented in The Punch to work for the legs and kicks.

The Candle is a little gem which describes in exact and understandable terminology how to project chi outside your body. There is no mysticism, only science, and the theory can be used throughout all martial arts.

Matrixing Chi is a short tome on how to generate chi power through martial arts forms. Again, this is science. That said, I do advise that this book is a little difficult to understand. Not because it is mystical, but because I wrote it stream of consciousness, tried to make it like an actual lesson. The lesson is long, but I cover all the points, go into a lot of the what ifs, and all that sort of thing. It is, like all my works, hard core science.

Those are the five books, and they do present an actual step by step (but quick and easy) journey to martial arts internal power. You can check them out at Monster Martial Arts. Sign up for the newsletter while you’re there, because the few times I do give deals that is where you find out about them.

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