MMA Anderson Silva's striking book

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  1. Two-Lane Blacktop

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    Link here:
    amazon.com/Mixed-Martial-Arts-Instruction-Manual/dp/0981504418/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1227509130&sr=8-1

    I browsed through this at Barnes and Nobles today. I thought it was pretty basic (footwork, jabs, clinch, etc), but then again, it had a lot more pictures and instructions than any muay thai book I've seen in stock. The part about him watching Ong Bak and getting the idea of a spinning elbow was pretty cool.

    Victory Belt usually does a really good job with these books. My two favorite are Eddie Bravo - Twister and Marcelo Garcia - X-Guard. Can't wait to read the Lyoto Machida - Defense book that's supposedly coming out next.
     
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