Psychology



The renown and traditional combat sports and their respective self-defense interpretations provide traditional mental approaches, that had their validity in past eras, however were never ‚refurbished‘ in order to guarantee contemporary approaches for an up-to-date martial art and their contents.
Topic questions as: ‚Why self-defense at all? When does self-defense actually begin?‘ are questions that cover the ‚external‘ contents of the martial art. But how about the ‚internal‘ contents of a martial art?
Here questions like: ‚How do I deal with my fears? How do I develop a better feeling for perception (also intellectual) through physical workout? How do I behave physically and mentally under stress? How do I deal with situations? How do I motivate myself continuously in regards to training objectives? How do I install higher training objectives by myself?‘ are on the daily training agenda in the Wing Tsun & Escrima training lessons, which by focused tackling of these subjects quickly removes the focus away from mere self-defense towards a body & motion development, that will finally become self-defense when the situation arises. Effective and efficient self-defense quasi as byproduct (or almost spin-off product) of intensive physical education!
The knowledge to be conveyed, that the mental approach of a ‚oneself intelligently moving‘ the capability for self defense is being developed automatically, in order to prevent a physical and intellectual blockade through mentally wrong thinking in pure self-defense terms.
These and further practical psychological approaches are embedded in the Wing Tsun & Escrima process by a logical and intelligent structure. They then provide a rather western and pragmatic approach unlike many philosophically Asian and mystically coined teaching approaches regarding martial art. But do not deceive yourself: a great many of these Asian philosophy approaches will be recognized, however translated into the occident!
Psychology


The renown and traditional combat sports and their respective self-defense interpretations provide traditional mental approaches, that had their validity in past eras, however were never ‚refurbished‘ in order to guarantee contemporary approaches for an up-to-date martial art and their contents.
Topic questions as: ‚Why self-defense at all? When does self-defense actually begin?‘ are questions that cover the ‚external‘ contents of the martial art. But how about the ‚internal‘ contents of a martial art?
Here questions like: ‚How do I deal with my fears? How do I develop a better feeling for perception (also intellectual) through physical workout? How do I behave physically and mentally under stress? How do I deal with situations? How do I motivate myself continuously in regards to training objectives? How do I install higher training objectives by myself?‘ are on the daily training agenda in the Wing Tsun & Escrima training lessons, which by focused tackling of these subjects quickly removes the focus away from mere self-defense towards a body & motion development, that will finally become self-defense when the situation arises. Effective and efficient self-defense quasi as byproduct (or almost spin-off product) of intensive physical education!
The knowledge to be conveyed, that the mental approach of a ‚oneself intelligently moving‘ the capability for self defense is being developed automatically, in order to prevent a physical and intellectual blockade through mentally wrong thinking in pure self-defense terms.
These and further practical psychological approaches are embedded in the Wing Tsun & Escrima process by a logical and intelligent structure. They then provide a rather western and pragmatic approach unlike many philosophically Asian and mystically coined teaching approaches regarding martial art. But do not deceive yourself: a great many of these Asian philosophy approaches will be recognized, however translated into the occident!

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Neuerscheinung
Ein neuartiges, innovatives Buch, welches durch reine Fakten und einfachen gesunden Menschenverstand neue Maßstäbe in der Kampfkunst setzt. Keine Interpretationen oder Meinungen - sondern Erklärungen was faktisch Bedeutung hat und nicht verneint werden kann. Nach dem Studium des Buches kann jeder Leser mit den Inhalten Lehrmeinungen, Aussagen oder andere Darstellungen auf deren Gehalt bewerten. Ein Muss für jeden seriösen Kampfkünstler, Kampfsportler oder Laien, der sich ein reales Bild machen möchte, bevor er in diese Thematik praktisch eintaucht.
Vereinfachte wissenschaftliche Betrachtungen von Kampfkunst zur Selbstverteidigung Grundlagen der Naturgesetze, Dinge des gesunden Menschenverstands und Allgemeingültigkeiten, die traditionelle Kampfkünste effektiv ergänzen