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by George E. Mattson

eBook The Way of Karate download ISBN: 0804818525
Author: George E. Mattson
Publisher: Charles E.Tuttle Publishing; 2ND edition (1993)
Language: English
Pages: 199
ePub: 1181 kb
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Rating: 4.4
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Category: Sports
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George E. Mattson is a well-known author of martial arts books and one of the first Americans to be awarded a black belt in Uechi-ryū Karate-do

George E. Mattson is a well-known author of martial arts books and one of the first Americans to be awarded a black belt in Uechi-ryū Karate-do. He was the first to teach the style professionally resulting in the majority of the original growth in the United States of America. He was one of the very first to publish a book in English about karate and has since continued to publish many books on Uechi-Ryu.

The book is divided into a short section on philosophy, a short terminology chapter (enough to get through a traditional class and body parts), stretching chapter, and others.

Mattson, though young when he wrote this book, had an incredible grasp on the essence of Karate-Do, and of his style. Though not a practitioner of Uechi-ryu Karate and therefore unfit for an indepth judgement, his skill is obviously there. He shows, step by step and in great detail (including diagrams), the movements of two of the three main Kata: Sanchin and Seisan. The book is divided into a short section on philosophy, a short terminology chapter (enough to get through a traditional class and body parts), stretching chapter, and others. The strength of this book is in the description of Sanchin and Sesan. Mattson iis a well known author of martial arts books and one of the first Americans to be awarded a.The Way of Karate, Tuttle Publishing, 1958. Uechiryu Karate Do : Classical Chinese Okinawan Self Defense, Peabody Publishing, 1974. Mattson iis a well known author of martial arts books and one of the first Americans to be awarded a black belt in Uechi-ryū Karate-do. 1 The 3 major, unique contributions documenting his style of karate. The Way of Uechi-ryu Karate, Peabody Publishing, 2010. The book is a good overview, but I would recommend learning from a proficient instructor.

The way of karate" or "Karate as a way of life". 1942 by Kanei Uechi in Nago Okinawa

The way of karate" or "Karate as a way of life". It means the ability to use the skills you learn in karate in your everyday life. 1942 by Kanei Uechi in Nago Okinawa. 1958 by George Mattson in Boston, MA. When did George Mattson begin his study Winter 1956, at the age of 19. He studied for about one and half years under Ryuko Tomoyose.

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Sensei Mattson has done a lot to help spread karate here in the . One word of warning- in this (his first book) the term Karate and Kung-fu is sometimes used interchangably- Consider that this book was published in 1963 and those words did not mean quite the same as they do today. A definite must for your martial arts collection.

This introduction to Okinawan style karate examines its principles and training.
Comments: (7)
Oppebro
i began karate at age eleven and am now fifty-two years young , in all these years i have only a few people who can not only demonsrate karate the correct way , but are able to transfer what they know to another person in person let alone via a dvd . master mattson is such a person and his ability to do this is evident , you can rest assured you will get much more in the way of quality instruction from in any form than you will from many teachers you may study with in person , the reason for this is because his teacher kanbun uechi was a perfectionist as was his teacher chou-tzu-ho . anyone wanting to see what the original sanchin kata is, should consult any publication by master mattson . instead of telling to do something he explains WHY your doing it and the science behind karate instead of some watered down foolishness. when i was young ther was no uechi to be found in my home town , consider yourself extremly lucky to hve this dvd set available to you ,GET IT BEFORE IT DISAPPEARS.
Felolune
The depth of this book, first and foremost, not just on the physical movements, but on the philosophy of Karate, is phenomenal. Mr. Mattson, though young when he wrote this book, had an incredible grasp on the essence of Karate-Do, and of his style. Though not a practitioner of Uechi-ryu Karate and therefore unfit for an indepth judgement, his skill is obviously there. He shows, step by step and in great detail (including diagrams), the movements of two of the three main Kata: Sanchin and Seisan. Before the forms he outlines basic hand strikes, leg strikes, blocks and stances, as well as warm ups and drills. After each kata, however, he delves even deeper, while showing a generous amount of applications (Bunkai, I believe it is usually called in Karate). The stories/legends of great teachers at the end - which are my favorite part of all martial arts primers - is what adds a real aesthetic value to the whole book. Another good book on another Okinawan style of Karate is Shoshin Nagamine's "The Essence of Okinawan Karate-Do".

Great piece of work! Enjoyed it a lot, as well as learned a few things too!
Valawye
Purchased for my friend - this is his evaluation….

HIstorically valid! One of the first texts on Karate in America. Well worth the price. Some of the pictures leave something to desire, but overall the text and information is still valid.

The discussion of two of the three key kata of Uechi Ryu are good, but Seisan needs enhancement - Sanchin info was excellent for it's time (pre internet/ video). Some of the action photos seem stilted (posed?), but that's a somewhat irrelevant quibble.

If you study Uechi Ryu (or have an historical interest in Karate), this text is worth your money.
Arthunter
I purchased a 1963 first edition copy of this classic book in good condition, but plan to purchase a used paperback for use in practice.

Good pictures and down to earth explanations. No mystical walk-thru-walls or super human power talk.

The book is divided into a short section on philosophy, a short terminology chapter (enough to get through a traditional class and body parts), stretching chapter, and others.

The strength of this book is in the description of Sanchin and Sesan. This is why the book warrants the 4 star rating in my opinion. The book is a good overview, but I would recommend learning from a proficient instructor.

For more in depth Karate information, especially on Uechi Ryu, I recommend The Encyclopedia of Karate and Related Arts, by Ted Kresge. The book was checked by Master Kanei Uechi before publishing. It can be very difficult to find.
Dondallon
Great book even if you practice a different style of karate. So well written!
Tyler Is Not Here
You can use this book to find your way to Karate.
Silly Dog
This is a blast from the past. The author did it right. He went to Okinawa and studied with the best folks he could find and listened to every word he heard and believed it all.

He then enlisted a great photographer (the black and white photos are neat) and put together a neat book.

The upside; he sets out a traditional style of karate (Ueichi-ryu) in good detail, and recites exactly the stories he heard at the dojo after training. This book could not be more sincere. And there is a lot of good information in it.

The downside; he wrote this book a long time ago, when he was a shodan (first degree) black belt. Now he's a ninth degree black belt in this style. Therefore his style isn't as mature as it would become. He also, at the time of this book, bought every story he heard about the style hook, line and sinker. The book is therefore exclusively that of an advocate, with no critical balance.

The book is primarily of historical value at this point; there is better scholarship that this on the history of his style, and there is better instruction in technique than this. But this sets out beautifully the awe and wonder of a karate student who is exposed to a legitimate style at a time when karate was as exotic as the far side of Neptune.

So read this for historical value, and for the sincerity of the author, and for the nifty photographs.
this book is pretty basic,but a must have for any old school Uechi practicioner, I did Uechi back in 1972 at the YMC Union in downtown Boston and having the original Mattson's books is a very important part of any serious martial arts book collection, I recommends it for it historical value, but would rather have a student practice Uechi under a good old fashion instructor. Good Luck!