Martial Arts: Behind the Myths!

  • by Phil Pierce
  • Narrated by Jay Prichard
  • 2 hrs and 25 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Unlock the hidden secrets of martial arts and self-defense...


Do you know the best martial art for "real" street self-defense?
Or how board breaking really works - and how you can do it?
Uncover the one self-defense myth that will keep you alive!
The truth behind martial arts super humans
Which is the original martial art?
The truth about your inner badass
The surprising reality behind everyone's favorite weapon
What meditation can really do for you
The secret "trick" to Bruce Lee's One Inch Punch

And more!
From author Phil Pierce, this guide cracks open the secretive techniques and explores why we are fascinated by the unknown and the mysterious.
Whether you train in Karate, Taekwondo, Kung Fu, MMA, Origami, or none of these you will find this eye opening and entertaining.
Discover the truth behind the legends!

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Customer Reviews

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Mr. Pierce has done his research.

I sincerely enjoyed this book. At the time of selection it was available for free. I expected very little aside from the author's opinion, based on entire chapters about his experience in "X Martial Arts" that he'd use to justify his opinions. I was very happy to instead find a rather unbiased summary about the history of martial arts and zero cynicism toward particular popular arts practiced by many today. While he does touch on modern martial arts as a contrast to the traditional, he does not get explicitly qualitative about any art as being superior to another one-but rather glances over what benefits of each art as it may apply to the prospective practitioner. I look forward to reading more from Mr. Pierce in the future. Also, I enjoyed the snippet of information mentioned about the Bujinkan.
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- ShinobiChris

Myth is correct

This book is full of incorrect statements about Martial Arts, Fighting (which I highly doubt the author has done ANY of aside from maybe some bs tae kwon do sparring) and Bruce Lee who the author quite obviously does not like. Do not bother with this. This guy is part of the problem we have with Martial Arts today.
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- MJCarey99

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-16-2016
  • Publisher: Phil Pierce