Shotokan's Secret Expanded Version is Out!

If ever you think that you're lacking inspiration, not knowing where your martial arts is taking you, don't understand why you do martial arts the way you do martial arts, and scratch your head trying to explain certain drills - you know it's time for you to get Shotokan's Secret. The first book I got my hands on contained profound revelations that forever changed the way I practice and teach hard style systems. The book literally confirmed many of the doubts I was having and literally helped me progress my own skills just through the insight it shed on many basic and fundamental issues.

Today, I was honoured to receive the expanded version. Dr Clayton Hanshi was more than generous to have mentioned my in his book - but more importantly, I noted that the additional sections contain amazing new material. From our email conversations, I know he has captured high level martial concepts some of which reflect my own insights from my 26+ years of training. I know no one else who has documented such profound knowledge and wisdom.

I strongly recommend this book to all enthusiasts. I intend on making this a mandatory purchase for my Traditional Taekwondo school.

Find and add Dr Bruce Clayton Hanshi on FaceBook.


-- Colin Wee Traditional Taekwondo Techniques, Patterns, and Applications at the Traditional Taekwondo Blog. [Subscribe using email or RSS feeds] [Tkd Sitemap]. Colin is a martial art instructor with 25 years of experience across three continents. Colin leads a small Traditional Taekwondo group for adults in Perth, Western Australia. Connect with Colin on FaceBook and Traditional Taekwondo Group on FB.


Charlie said…
I'll look forward to getting the expanded copy too. This is the only book that I have ever read through twice within a short space of time. It changed my outlook too.
Joanne said…
hello Colin,
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Colin Wee said…
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