INTENT: THE PATH OF THE WARRIOR
Anko Itosu, considered by many to be the 'Father of Modern Karate,' when issuing his 10 Precepts of Karate stated, “You must decide if Karate is for your health or to aid your duty.” Whatever your intent, it is important to identify it in order to understand why you are training and to motivate yourself to continue training.
Exclusive Quotes from:
-Christine Ferea (BKBC Champion)
-Edgars Skrivers (Karate Combat Champion)
-Silvio Simac (Action Movie Star)
-Sensei Bob Buchannan (50 Man Kumite Champion)
SHINBUSHIDO-KYO: The New Way of the Warrior Theology
An E-book laying out all the principles of Shinbushido-Kyo, an ideological and pseudotheological belief system rooted in East Asian philosophy taking the precepts of Bushido and integrating them into a cohesive way of life honoring the martial spirit represented by Osu!
BUSHIDO AS AN ETHICAL SYSTEM
Martial arts schools in the modern era have their teachings rooted deeply in Eastern thought and ideology. Learn how through the study of Bushido as an ethical system we can gain great insight into the mindset of martial artists and understand the philosophy that drives them.
SHODAI-SOKE: 101 Quotes, Anecdotes & Precepts From the Founders of Modern Japanese Martial Arts
In an attempt to revive the philosophical components of traditional martial arts, included within this work are short biographies, quotes, anecdotes and precepts as well as a list of additional books and writings from Anko Itosu (Itosu-Ryu), Jigoro Kano (Judo), Gichin Funakoshi (Shotokan), Morihei Ueshiba (Aikido), Chibana Chosin (Shorin-Ryu), Chojun Miyagi (Goju-Ryu), Kenwa Mabuni (Shito-Ryu), Choki Motobu (Motobu-Ryu), Tatsuo Shimabuku (Isshin-Ryu) & Mas Oyama (Kyokushin)
A FREE course laying out the precepts of Shinbushido-Kyo, an ideological and pseudotheological belief system rooted in East Asian philosophy that has taken the precepts of Bushido and integrated them into a cohesive way of life honoring the martial spirit represented by Osu!
Martial Arts Masters of the 20th Century
In an attempt to revive the philosophical components of traditional martial arts, included within this course are short biographies, quotes, anecdotes and precepts to facilitate internal self-reflection from:
-Anko Itosu (Itosu-Ryu)
-Jigoro Kano (Judo)
-Gichin Funakoshi (Shotokan)
-Morihei Ueshiba (Aikido)
-Chibana Chosin (Shorin-Ryu)
-Chojun Miyagi (Goju-Ryu)
-Kenwa Mabuni (Shito-Ryu)
-Choki Motobu (Motobu-Ryu)
-Tatsuo Shimabuku (Isshin-Ryu)
-Mas Oyama (Kyokushin)