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  • Taschenbuch: 302 Seiten
  • Verlag: Turtle Press (1. Januar 2001)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1880336596
  • ISBN-13: 978-1880336595
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 15,2 x 1,7 x 22,9 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 3.5 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (4 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 231.196 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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Loren Christensen shows you over 300 ways you can add variety to your daily martial arts training routine. Whether you are a student looking for fun new solo drills to spice up your home training or an instructor in search of new ways to pump up your classes, you won't be disappointed. This incredible collection of drills, techniques and exercises will take your workouts to the next level. Learn to: Organise your solo workouts to the get maximum results from even the shortest training session; Improve your speed and power with dozens of inside tips and tricks; Beat boredom and get excited about your solo training sessions; Become a well rounded fighter by adding essential skills that your instructor may not be teaching you; Safely experiment with new techniques to find your ideal personal style of training; Get an edge on your opponents with training methods that will make you unstoppable in the ring or on the street. Not only will you learn enough new training strategies and methods to keep you busy for years, but Loren Cristensen's no-nonsense writing style will get you up and moving even on the days you rather skip your solo workout.

Packed with solid advice and kick-butt motivation, this book will become your favourite training partner.


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I was 19 years old when I began studying karate in Portland, Oregon, and I fell in love with it the first time I saw that room full of people dressed in their white 'jammies', kicking and punching like a chorus line of dancers gone mad. Lesen Sie die erste Seite
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2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Amazon Customer am 4. August 2008
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für alle, denen das training in der gruppe einfach nicht reicht und die schneller fortschritte machen möchten, kann ich dieses bucht sehr empfehlen. so viele ideen für so wenig geld wird man sonst nirgens bekommen. ich würde das dopelte für das buch bezahlen
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5 von 6 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Peppermint am 10. Juli 2002
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This book actually is one of my favourites. The author provides a lot of possible techniques how to make one's training more fun and more rewarding. But he also gives tips how to chose one's training time and makes many additional remarks. His funny way of presenting each technique makes you feel like jumping on your feet, take your fighting clothes and start practising immediately.
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2 von 3 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von T. F. aus M. am 9. April 2009
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Wenn der Klappentext das richtige Buch beschreiben würde hätte ich 4-Sterne gegeben.

Das Buch ist für erfahrene Karateka(oder Kickboxer usw.) die etwas zusätzlich Trainieren wollen, eine Trainer kennen der ihnen die Details erklärt und in der Wohnung platz für 3 verschiedene Boxsäcke haben. Jeder andere wird nicht von allem in dem Buch profitieren können.
Jemand der eine weiche ( Judo usw.) oder bewaffnete ( Jodo usw.) Kampfsportart betreibt wird nicht viel aus dem Buch rausholen können.
Die allgemeinen Übungen die wirklich (Kampf)-Sportübergreifend sind machen ca. 10% des Buches aus. Die Schlag- und Tritt-Übungen die für uneingeweihte verständlich genug erklärt werden machen weitere 10-20% aus.
Beim Lesen des Vorworts wird einem klar das der Autor weiss wovon ich rede, währe toll wenn er es seinem Publizisten auch gesagt hätte.
Das Buch ist ansonsten toll geschrieben. Für seine Zielgruppe ist dies sicher das idaeale Buch.
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0 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Peter K am 24. Juni 2011
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This is one of the few books I actually bought but did not finish because it was simply too bad. There are 4 main issues I have with this book:

1. Bad/Useless techniques
About the "Funny kick" he says himself that it is very stressful on the kneejoint but has little impact. After trying it on the heavy bag I would say "little" is overstating it. In my opinion that particular kick has a higher probability to rip your knee apart then to do any real damage. To counter the low impact he tells you to use it against the groin but he describes the technique as circular and connecting with the outside edge of the foot. The outside edge is 10 inches long. Show me a position that opens the groin enough to connect with a 10 inch surface from a circular path (think roundhouse kick to the groin and collapse in laughter).
And this is not the only technique of that type. The book is filled with those kinds of useless stuff. Kicks that do little damage but leave you open to devastating counters (The way he describes an inside knee strike it would bruise your oponents ribs but leave your groin exposed for a hard upward knee strike...My eyes water even at the thought of using that kick).
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repetition is the mother of skill 4. Juni 2003
Von Andrew Baye - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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There is no secret to skill in the martial arts. If you want to get better at something, you have to spend time practicing it. In Solo Training, Loren Christensen provides literally hundreds of solo drills and routines for practicing a wide variety of martial arts skills and developing the physical and mental attributes necessary to apply them effectively when it counts.
Although many martial artists may be familiar with a large number of the drills and exercises in the book, I believe that everybody will find dozens of new ways to improve their solo training among the hundreds covered, or ways to make their solo training more interesting.
If you're not doing extra training on your own outside of your classes, you should be - you lazy slacker. This book will help to get you started, and keep you motivated. Other books by Loren Christensen you should check out are The Fighter's Fact Book and The Way Alone.
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Solid, practical advice 1. November 2004
Von L. A. Kane - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Most practitioners think that training in the dojo is fun. Many feel that training by themselves bites. Not only is there no one to help you, there is also no one to motivate you. Regardless, while tandem drills (e.g., bunkai, kumite, randori) are pretty much impossible to do on your own, some things are best practiced outside of formal class, especially where you need to focus on improving deficiencies that may not be shared with the rest of the class. If you really want to progress, you need to be able to effectively train alone.

Loren Christensen's excellent work provides numerous tips, techniques, and exercises to get the most out of your solo training. A common complaint that my new students relate is that they are afraid to train outside of class for fear of learning techniques incorrectly. They think that unlearning bad habits is far worse than doing nothing at all so they do not practice on their own. Believe me, with this fine text even beginners can benefit. There is nothing earth-shattering here, just solid practical advice.

Lawrence Kane
Author of Surviving Armed Assaults, The Way of Kata, and Martial Arts Instruction
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A Must Have for Your Martial Arts Bookshelf 18. Juni 2001
Von Tom Luke - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is easily the best martial arts book I have, and I own many. It ranks right up there with Christensen's Fighter's Fact Book. One reviewer said it didn't have a lot of pictures so he couldn't follow. I found the 70 pictures that are in it satisfactory, and his explanations to be absolutely clear. That reviewer may be happier with a picture book, not one that makes the reader think.
Christensen is probably the funniest martial arts writer there is. His humor is as disarming as his information is right on and exactly what you want to know. He was an MP in Vietnam and a street cop in Portland, Oregon, so he knows what he is talking about, too. All of his martial arts books are aimed toward the street, meaning his stuff is practical.
Solo Training has tons of information that will make your solo workout productive and a real leaning experience. Not only does he give the reader many drills and exercises, but he has provided a dozen complete workouts for you to follow. He shows some techniques that I haven't seen in my 12 years of practice, and he shows subtle variations on the old standbys that makes them even more effective.
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nit-pics 20. Juli 2001
Von Shawn L Reynolds - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Solo training is a quality book that is helpful, useful for street situations, and much needed, especially for those of us who are not in a buyer's market in martial arts dojos. The criticisms about a lack of pictures is really unnecessary. This book is not intended to be Karate for Kids, a beginners guide, and I really don't need another book showing me how to do a front kick. This is also good, because the book can be used by any striking systems and not limited to just one; kung fu, karate, or Tai Kwon Do. I think this book is a must for teachers, motivated students, and especially people like me who are on a tropical island too far away from a choice dojo at the moment, and have no choice but to train solo. Thank you mr. Christensen
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An Important Book 18. Mai 2001
Von Dan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Solo Training is a wonderful book that every martial artist, teacher and student, should have in his or her library. In a nutshell, it answers the question "What can I do when I want to workout by myself?" Not only does Christensen answer that question, he teaches you lots of new techniques and fighting concepts along the way, and ways to motivate yourself.
I've always thought that if I learn one thing from a book, it was worth the money. In Solo Training there are dozens and dozens of techniques, drills, exercises and fighting concepts to do. There is even a section on mental training and one on cross training in other activities.
As he did in Fighter's Fact Book, Christensen presents his material in a conversational tone, with humor that made me laugh out loud several times. His bio says that he used his martial arts in Vietnam and on the street as a cop for 25 years. It shows in his street approach to training and his lack of bravado.
It's a wonderful book and as a guy who has been training for a long time and owns lots of martial arts books, I highly recommend it. And Fighter's Fact Book, too.
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