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Loren W. Christensen has been studying the martial arts since 1965. This is Mr. Christensen's 11th book on the fighting arts. Mr. Christensen's experience in law enforcement began in 1967 when he served in the army as a military policeman in the United States and in Vietnam. He joined the Portland, Oregon Police Bureau in 1972 and while still a rookie on probation, he began teaching defensive tactics to officers. Over the years, he worked the training unit, the gang unit, dignitary body guarding, and all the precincts as a street officer. He is now a full-time writer and a teacher of realistic martial arts to citizens and people in law enforcement.
the workouts are simple, quick and very effective! I love this book it is full of wisdom, humor and is organized so you can find specifics quickly
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Just a quick note to say that Solo Training is easily the best martial arts book I have. Ive been training for 10 years and I found that Christensen presents a ton of variations on... Read morePublished on Dec 21 2003
If you've spent any period of time studying martial arts, a lot of this book will ring "duh!" to you. It's nothing revolutionary. Read morePublished on Sept. 3 2003 by Joe Birsa
Straightforward. Basic-to-intermediate training techniques. I have used this book as a guide to building different workouts for myself. Read morePublished on May 23 2003
Christensen provides a great reference tool for those of us who desire to augment our martial arts training. Read morePublished on April 12 2003 by "thekingster"
Christensen has it down to a science with this classic work on martial arts training for the do-it-your-selfer. Study and train at home, then head out and show off your skills. Read morePublished on Nov. 28 2002 by Duke Smith
I've been training in goju ryu for 12 years and have collected about 120 books. Solo training is easily my favorite book so far. Read morePublished on Sept. 1 2002
This book is nothing special. Anyone who knew anything about fighting would already know everything in this book. Read morePublished on Nov. 25 2001