Sensei J. Richard Kirkham B.Sc.
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From: Keith Pascal, 9:16 am
In the past several months, I have finished several martial arts ebooks.
One ebook answers 58 martial-arts motivation questions and challenges. It has everything you need to rekindle motivation in the martial arts. It also shows how to find places to train, practice partners and so on. (More on this ebook in a minute.)
I also created two ebooks that answered questions and challenges with "quick fixes."
There is a third "set" I created, that I'll tell you about when we get to the ebonuses.
If it's OK with you, I'd like to tell you the offer first. Then, if you are interested, you can read specifically what's contained in the ebooks. Alright?
Normally, 58 Martial-Arts Motivation Questions Answered sells for $37. Quick-Fix Questions and Answers Part 1 sells for $15. And Part 2 also sells for $15. And ... the ebonus also sells for $15.
That's $82. (A good value at the regular price.)
If you are willing to answer a short questionnaire about your opinion of the ebooks, you may have a download of all of the above for only ...
You only get this special price if you agree to answer my questionnaire, because it will help me improve as a martial-arts writer.
Here's What's In Each eBook: In, "58 Important Martial-Arts Motivation Questions Answered," you'll discover the following:
How to find direction in your learning, even if your martial goals shift over time
6 steps to end helpless and demotivating feelings when you are too lazy to really perfect your techniques
The little-known way to add focus to your training, so there is no more "a little of this and a little of that" leaving you 'spinning your wheels' with no marked improvement
Proven tips for creating your own weekly workout program
7 Methods for finding the time to consistently practice outside of martial arts class
Discover in a matter of minutes how to solve money problems and move from self study to your first formal lessons
13 questions answered with proven strategies for time management when it comes to martial arts training
7 tips and tricks for for finding the balance between work, family and training
My personal advice on how to train with minimal or even no martial arts equipment
The solution to solving "weird schedule" problems when trying to fit in martial arts classes
Discover how to find an interested and motivated practice partner
How to get to class ... schedules, long distances, and other obligations
REVEALED! The hidden truth behind finding instruction in a small town when there is only one martial arts school and it\'s "not right" for you
A quick shift in perspective, so you can find sparring partners you can trust
And that's just part of what you'll find out in "58 Important Martial-Arts Motivation Questions Answered."
Reading this easy-to-understand ebook will be like sitting in a chair across from me. In our "conversation," we'll also discuss:
Find someone to spar with "seriously" -- end partner laziness with this simple strategy
Tips for making punching practice with a partner more effective -- concentrate your efforts with these suggestions
What to do about punching, if you don't have a practice partner -- (not making progress?)
Finding a suitable, non-studio area to practice ... for locks, throws, and staying fit
Uncovering the perfect school for you in your area -- going beyond the Yellow Pages ... way beyond
What to do when your learning is slow and you feel like quitting. This problem plagues just about everyone "studying solo."
How to find the "intrinsic" (inner) motivation to keep going ... and going.
Tips for staying dedicated and not breaking a good training rhythm
One reader wrote saying that no book or teacher can truly motivate a martial-arts student to learn. I want to prove him wrong with this ebook and my advice to you in the questions that are answered.
In this brand new ebook, you are also going to discover:
Ways to create the drive to push forward. Break through plateaus in your training
How to find an instructor who motivates you ... and yes, one good teacher can make all of the difference.
How to stay motivated with diet and fitness in your martial-arts program. (I am in the process of ... taking my own advice.)
'Your' mindset to stay in the martial arts over the years, in spite of relationships, school, and so on. Martial arts for the rest of your life! No thoughts of quitting again.
5 questions to ask yourself when your learning is slow
How to get up and get yourself to the gym. Do you make excuses?
What to do when you are just too tired to train
A guaranteed way to beat procrastination in the martial arts. This really works well.
How to memorize martial techniques when I am not in class
How to retain what you learn. It's a lot easier than you think.
Suggestions and solutions to keep your interest going and fight boredom (A big problem for some)
Get more martial-arts speed in your training, and make speed training fun
How to maintain excitement for practicing the same techniques over and over ... and over.
What to do if you want to train constantly and can't
The answer to "letting yourself go" in the years after earning a black belt
What to do if you get nervous and can't relax during class (this method is used by professional athletes)
How to focus your punches and kicks when some of the time they seem "lackluster and weak"
Where other like-minding practice partners are hiding out
How to practice each time ... with intent
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In the Quick-Fix Questions Answered eBooks, you'll find answers to some difficult martial challenges, including:
How do you strengthen your fists so they are like steel? (I keep breaking mine)
What is the best technique to take on an opponent who is twice your size?
A question I have is, "How do I kick faster?"
What drills and exercises could I use?
Any tips to improve flexibility and to achieve a full split?
Also, how do you get your kicks higher and quicker?
How do I punch harder and quicker? ... and also, (if you know) how do I focus my chi (Qi)?
It's really combination punches that I have the biggest problem with - I'm very much right-sided and my left can be pretty clumsy if I try a quick combo.
Can you suggest anything to fix this problem?
How do I get students during this recession?
How would you defend against a faster opponent?
Could you recommend an effective way to get back on your feet after the rare event of getting knocked flat on your back?
I would like to learn how to take a hit without it hurting too much. Can you help?
How do I overcome my fear of being hit. with punches kicks and everything else?
Could you give me advice on breaking bricks and stuff like boards, etc.?
Do you have any tips in execution the Ushiro Geri (back kick) move in Shotokan karate? Usually I either kick blindly and hope to hit the target or I look over my shoulder and end up spinning round into a side kick. Neither are effective. Do you have any suggestions?
Iam sure that I can say that I speak for a lot of martial arts practitioners when I say that practicing the same thing every day is quite a drag.
Is there some way to practically divide up practice sessions on an every-other-day schedule? How about empty-handed techniques one day, then on the next day work with weapons?
This may especially work well with the Filipino martial arts like escrima, kali, and arnis. What do you think?
Also, how can you practice solo drills with any hope of gaining proficiency?
I am 44, and have been taking martial arts for sometime now. I would like to open my own school someday and teach others what I have learned, but I do not have a clue to where to start. Is it possible to start small?
I need more drills for sparring classes and cannot seem to find anyone. Can you give me any help in this direction?
What would be the best way to relax while having an adrenaline rush...
I'm 52 years old. My reflexes are not what they used to be. I want to be able to hold my own when sparing younger people than myself. Can you help me move and react faster?
I want to know, is there any method that can increase power in my kicks and punches so that they'll be faster, stronger and more efficient?
A quick tip I'd like to know is, how can I "cool-down" fast, so that I don't hurt somebody or get hurt by somebody?
Is there something I can use so that I don't step into a fit of rage about something and heat up a situation in which I really want to hurt the other?
I train alone. I don't have the money for formal instruction, so I'm training myself. I tend to twist into my punch a fraction of a moment before I launch it. I haven't been able to synchronize my twist with my punch. Is this good or bad. Any advice?
I'm a big guy, so speed is my goal more than power (I have power in abundance). Any suggestions on how I can increase my speed?
I'm concerned about my accuracy. Being a big guy (big arms, shoulders and wing spanămuscle) I'm wider than normal, so I feel I have to do more to throw punch.
What can you recommend to help me practice hitting where I want to hit and not just in the general area?
I'd just like to discuss what I thought might be a good technique to fend off a wrestler.
If he ducks below and tries to reach out for your hips, isn't it possible for you to counter his advancements simply by jabbing his head and simultaneously moving away?
He may be able to dodge a right straight punch but not a jab because it is too fast, or is it not?
How can I remember a new technique after having it shown to me once? (maybe twice :-)
How do I keep fit?
My front kicks seen to be extremely slow compared to my other kicks.
What can I do to speed them up?
My difficulty is finding time. There is so much to learn and hone in martial arts, and yet Bruce Lee said to take three to five of the most useful techniques and make them perfect and reflexive.
I don't hear much talk about this in the martial arts world.
If followed, would that advice take a lot of heat off of us family men who have little time to train while the kids are young?
And that's only the FIRST Quick-Fix Questions Answered ebook!
Quick-Fix Questions Answered, Part 2Remember, these are like having a conversation with me. We won't delve deeply into one subject. Our discussion will focus on "quick fixes."
Sometimes, a few paragraphs will suffice for a quick-fix answer. Other challenges require a few pages.
Of course, entire books could be written on each subject, I am sure. Let's start with these practical, quick-fix answers.
Here are the questions posed (and answered) in Part 2:
A quick fix? How about stances for different types of people, like large, small, strong?
I think what could be great is learning how to increase power in strikes; can you help? I especially want explosive power where each and every punch is a fight ender?
Hmmm... quick advice... how do you easily avoid and counter a fast, incoming, powerful punch?
What is the secret to breaking a brick and can it be done, with the hand?
how do you strike the 8 dorsal nerve points on back? dim-mak
how do you counterattack a direct punch to the abdomen/crotch/face?
How long should one practice to move like the wind?
How young do you start the children? Is there an Ideal age?
I have some students that have learning disabilities; is it fair that I have different expectations for them to be graded?
Knife fighting is serious stuff, and in a real fight the dojo type techniques are less valuable than good principle based stuff.
I have not read your knife fighting material yet. So my question is what kind of drills can you suggest to develop realism in knife training?
Hmmm... I have a bum ankle and I am getting old and fat. I need all the help I can get! That's why I am always reading and trying to learn and grow.
I like workshops where I can learn new angles and tricks to help old decrepit fat guys like me stay safe on the street.
Do you have any quick fix ideas that you could send my way?
To be frank - I absolutely haven't mastered 'chi' - internal power.
I've heard of martial artists of old who could take a sword blow to their arm and suffer no more than a cut ... its something I've always been eager to learn. Do you know about chi?
In a situation where someone is really in your face and things are about to break loose, what is it best to do? Push them away? Punch them in the face? Punch them in the chest? Or knee them in the groin?
Also is it better in a fight to punch someone in the face with both fists as fast as you can, or slowly with more power?
Last one - should you keep your hands up, take your time and place your punches, or go nuts?
I don't go to the gym much, so I don't get a chance to have much practical-practice.
"What is an exercise, that takes 30 seconds to teach, to improve dynamic balance in a sparring/fighting situation?"
Is there an easy way to practice for the ninjitsu wall climb?
Which martial art (or combination of martial arts) would be best for use in a REAL street fight with NO RULES, especially if you are not that strong/small or not that fit?
(I heard brazilian jujitsu was good but not in two-on-one situations.)
G'day Keith. I want to be able to move quicker. Better footwork. Any ideas?
I would like advice on building strength especially on the weaker side of my body - especially kicking.
Could you please help me in improving the side kicks and roundhouse kick? I mean better ways of stretching the legs and so on....
I'm interested in speed and body conditioning, especially iron palm and iron body. However, there are no quick fixes for this.
Two of my classmates have bothered me for two years and I was too coward to defend by myself.
Is there any non-lethal technique (I don't want to go to jail) that would allow me to paralyze temporarily?
These guys grab me and punch my arms and legs. They don't hit me in the face ă if they did, I could go to a teacher for help.
I want a paralyzing hit, to show them that they need to respect me and stop hitting me. Are there pressure points for this? I understand if paralysis techniques are too dangerous to teach me over the Internet.
I am a Wing Chung practitioner,
The ability to block fast moving block and also counter attack them. this is my greatest difficulty. Can you point me in the right direction?
The main thing I think everyone would like to know can be split down into parts:
1. Where to strike (e.g. temple etc.)
2. How to strike (e.g. with fist etc.)
3. The effect (unconsciousness etc.)
The sort of effects I would like to achieve are things like unconsciousness, pain and lasting damage (broken bones/bruising etc.).
Also, you haven't covered a single blocking move in your ebook. People should be informed of what to do in a certain situation (like move inside of a roundhouse kick and push the knee back) and a suitable strike to counter it (in this instance, a strike to the face or a sweeping move).
How do you make that first, crucial move?
The problem with my fights (I do boxing, MMA, and freestyle fighting, no rules, with most of my friends) is that I don't exactly know how to make the first move.
For example, they usually start it off by attacking, punching or kicking, and I block then I finish the match, usually, but I lose sometimes because I didn't do the first move.
If you could answer that, that would be great.
Do you have advice on closing the gap?
Gentlemen take warning, female topic ahead:
Okay, my question is how can I train without being able to kick?
I didn't injure myself, but it's that time of the month. Perhaps this is one you might want your wife to answer.
What kind of training can I do to keep from falling behind and still toughening up during that time? I don't like to take any time off if I can help it and usually, I can't help it. Thanks!
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-Sensei J. Richard Kirkham B.Sc Head Instructor Universal System of Self-Defense, Honolulu, Hawaii