Kung Fu For Girls: Self-Defense with Style
Quirk, 2004 (2004)
Reviewed by Ayesha Baumgartner
second-degree black belt in
Shaolin Ngor Chor
Kung Fu, Simon Harrison has written a concise book for women and girls of all ages, explaining how to protect ourselves with our most basic tools - from arms, head, legs and butt to cell phone, keys, high heels and even a handbag.
ictures in clear and vivid colors demonstrate precise Kung Fu moves. This
book on protecting yourself can be flipped through at any time. More importantly, it includes valuable tools and tips that can be practiced and shared with friends, as a means to keep yourself and your loved ones away from harm wherever you or they are. With practice, you too can learn how to use simple Kung Fu moves in order to avoid being a target, or simply to make an attacker regret they even picked on you.
ith wit and humor, Simon Harrison has written a book of benefit to all. I recommend
Kung Fu For Girls
to you, whether you are taking martial arts, considering training for self-defense, or simply could use the knowledge and confidence to get out of a dangerous situation.
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