I Wrote an Encyclopedia of Martial Arts
There are five books in the Martial Arts encyclopedia, and they cover Karate from China to America, from the first transmutations of Kung Fu to the latest scientific innovations.
Pan Gai Noon, is on of the more important Chinese Arts that influenced Karate
Kang Duk Won is a pure form of Karate before the Japanese went power crazy on it.
Kwon Bup is an American version, very powerful and straight forward.
Outlaw Karate is the record of my attempts to create a style of Karate that could be done in one year. A black belt in one year really is a heady concept.
And the last book, Buddha Crane Karate, begins going into matrixing concepts.
I haven’t listed as an encyclopedia (though I did at one time), and that is because these five books were written over a twenty year period. They have different software programs, different technologies, and, taken together, they are ragged. So I list them as separate books, but they are an encyclopedia of Martial Arts. They are all technique, not a lot of words, just the actual moves.
You can find the Encyclopedia of Martial Arts on this page.