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Ultimate Combat Conditioning for the Street Warrior Book by Mike Reeves

SKU# BV-8666

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In Ultimate Combat Conditioning for the Street Warrior, Reeves reveals his conditioning secrets, including what "Superman" conditioning is and how you can achieve it.

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What better defense from assault is there than the development of a physical body so tough that striking it actually causes more pain and injury to the attacker than to you? And what better instructor to help you attain this ultimate combat conditioning than Mike Reeves, a nine-time International Sport Karate Association World Karate Champion and a four-time Guinness-certified world record holder in breaking?
In Ultimate Combat Conditioning for the Street Warrior, Reeves reveals his conditioning secrets, including what "Superman" conditioning is and how you can achieve it; how to harden your outer body to withstand the most powerful kicks, punches and blows; how to develop the proper mind-set for the rigors of street combat, how natural weapons development can be channeled to build explosive speed, power and strength; the best cardio routines to give you the heart and lungs of a warrior; how to maximize flexibility to avoid injury; and key kicks and strikes to end street fights quickly and decisively.

The exercises in this book can be done anywhere and don't require an expensive gym membership or high-tech equipment. Whether you want to break boards or bones, train with world champion breaker and street warrior Mike Reeves.
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SKU BV-8666
Release Date Jan 1, 2005
Other Info No
Book Format Softcover
Languages English

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