Wrist Locks Step By Step on a Reader

[headline_georgia_small_left color=”#000000″]How do you feel about learning from a book, in general?[/headline_georgia_small_left]

Do you think it’s the best way? Or do you only learn in a class or from a video?


[features_box_light_green width=”75%” + border=”2px”]Note: I love to learn from books. So much so, that our family, at times, gets overrun by our book purchases. For example, this Spring Break, we’re going to have a garage sale. Our goal is to reduce our book collection by a mere 2,000 books. Does that sound like a lot to you? Not to us.[/features_box_light_green]

I think you develop a more rounded and complete skill when you work from a book. Videos can make us lazy. Sometimes the shortcuts bypass an important skill.

Reread that last sentence; it’s important.

Figuring it out by feel has a lot of benefit when it comes to martial arts and self-defense.

If you combine the time in print of both the original version with rough line drawings and the revised edition of Wrist Locks: From Protecting Yourself to Becoming an Expert (Revised and Updated)
(423 photos), you’ll see that it has been in print for well over a decade. The vote is in: people love learning from this book.

This is NOT a sales message, and I am not trying to sell you on my book.

[headline_georgia_small_left color=”#000000″]I do need your help….[/headline_georgia_small_left]


I’m trying to decide if I should publish Wrist Locks: From Protecting Yourself to Becoming an Expert on Amazon’s Kindle and/or Barnes & Noble’s NOOK

Most people would say that it’s a no-brainer. The portable eReader folk would say that all books belong in an electronic format, but I’m not so sure.

When I learn an active skill set from a book, I like to have the book right there with me, sort of like a workbook.

Would a Kindle or Nook be safe from harm in a martial-arts practice situation?

If you are practicing outside, can you easily read the screen in bright sunlight?

And I am sure there are other considerations, too.

So, my question to you is … What would be your favorite format for reading a Wrist Locks book?

Leave your comments….

End note:

Some people have expressed problems posting on this blog. If you encounter a snafu, like some sort of error message, could you let me know, please. Thanks in advance. I look forward to your comments. Who knows? Maybe your favorite book format (PDF, Kindle, Nook, Soft Cover, Hardback, or Audio) will win for Wrist Locks.