Black Belt Magazine US-Issue Aug/Sept 2021 - VOL. 59 NO. 5

SKU: BBE16421
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Featured in the August/September 2021 issue of Black Belt Magazine:

In "2021 U.S. Open: Champions and Contenders," Black Belt Hall of Famer Jackson Rudolph looks at the champions who are likely to compete at this prestigious sport-karate event | In "Rise of the U.S. Open," a companion piece to the cover story, we revisit the history of this industry-leading competition. |  The six-time world champion Benny Urquidez “The Jet” talks about Chuck Norris, Bruce Lee, Ed Parker, Elvis Presley and the man who motivated him to become a champion. | When violence happens, it’s explosive and often catches you off-guard. However, this article teaches simple tactics — some mental and some physical — that you can use to survive | Get to know the rare style of white-crane kung fu known as flying crane, a Southern Chinese self-defense system that has been passed down from the founder through five generations of the Lee family to the author of this article. | And a lot more...


Black Belt Magazin, US-Edition Aug/Sept 2021.

The first issue of Black Belt magazine was published in 1961 by a Japanese-American skilled in the arts of Aikido, Kendo, Judo and what would become known as Jeet Kune Do. Based in Southern California, Mito Uyehara envisioned a national publication that would help spread the Asian martial arts, the benefits of which he knew very well, to the American public.

As the publication grew in the years to come so did the popularity of martial arts in America. Black Belt magazine quickly solidified its position as one of the timeless periodicals on newsstands across the country.

Original US issue in english language!


delivery weight: 0,30 kg
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