Here’s What You Will Face!
Boston Bombers, Fort Hood Assassins, Miami Nightclub Killers, ‘Batman Shooters,’ San Bernadino murderers, Church slaughterers, and so on.
These types of people are the truth of this world. They are not nice, and they are growing in number.
The question is…
Will you be prepared?
You need to get off the couch and enjoy some physical exercise.
Can you do 50 push ups? 200 squats?
Can you run a couple of miles without collapsing your lungs?
Here’s the cool thing, you don’t need to do mindless conditioning before you learn Monkey Boxing.
Monkey Boxing, by itself, is a calisthenic. So you get strong and fast and long lasting simply by working out!
What a Work Out Consists Of…
A few stretches, some basics, and drills.
Drills on how to punch.
Drills on how to translate a punch into a grab art.
Drills on how to use that grab art to effortlessly smack somebody into the ground.
Drills on how to use simple leverage to disarm people who are large and insane.
You can even turn on a bit of music and have a ball!
What Monkey Boxing is Not!
Monkey Boxing is NOT an internet gimmick.
It is not ’15 Fight Enders,’ or ‘Prison Martial Arts,’ or any other type of internet scam.
Consider, those things are nothing but a few martial arts ‘tricks,’ lumped together and sold with hype.
Where Monkey Boxing came From.
Monkey Boxing was formulated by Al Case.
- Fifty years experience in the martial arts.
- A writer for the magazines.
- Wrote a column for Inside Karate.
- Has written over 20 martial arts instruction books.
- Has produced over a dozen martial arts videos.
- Has sold THOUSANDS of martial arts instructional videos
The Enormous Cost!
Only $10 a month.
That’s 3-4 video segments every week, taking you through a COMPLETE system, step by easy step.
Missed something? Earlier videos can be found in the archives.
Compare that to the price of schools.
AND, if you are an instructor, you will find a wealth of drills and hard core information that you can use to improve your own art.
Believe me, students will be asking: ‘Where do you get this stuff!’
Watch the next video to hear a description of how Monkey Boxing works.
Sound like gobbledegook? Then check out the next video, where the original concept is illustrated.
The fact is that virtually ALL martial arts begin with a second or even third concept. Or even a random ‘out there’ concept.
The truth is that I can get YOU to do what you’ve seen in the video. It takes a little work, but it’s better than sitting around watching Ip Man videos and merely fantasizing.
Monkey Boxing is the real thing.
Monkey Boxing is the only art that begins with the original concept of the martial arts, and grows it.
Understand Monkey Boxing and you will begin to understand other martial arts, why they don’t work, and how to make them work.
Following are the videos for the current month.
To access past videos click on ARCHIVE…
TUESDAY, NOV 1, 2016 (archived)
MB 2 teaching kicks ~ Students sometimes get confused when learning kicks. They have to keep their balance, sink their weight, learn a foot configuration, learn focus, and so on and so on. The following method will simplify the process, and enable students to learn kicks twice as fast.
MB 3 basic rolling the fist ~ introducing the basic drill ‘Rolling the Fists.’ This drill was created by Al Case. It will double your speed and double your power within a VERY short time.
MB 4 basic technique ~ the first technique taught in the ACMB method. From a variety of entires, this sets the stage for learning takedowns.
MB 5 lo-hi-roll ~ teaching a specific technique from the Rolling Fist drill. You will see the theory translate to the drill, and the drill translate to combat reality. Very useful. Here is the Lo-Hi-Roll drill so you can inspect the quality and information on the individual segments.
Article ~ The Sequence of Monkey Boxing Videos ~ A short article giving advice as to how to order the various videos. Added 11-15-16.
ARTICLE ~ Monkey Boxing Class Structure ~ Short but concise article on arranging the data of Monkey Boxing to fit a class structure. Since the videos are not arranged sequentially, but rather
Tuesday, November 22, 2016 (archived)
MB 13 Kima Chasie ~ The right way to meditate in the Horse Stance. Creates tons of internal energy…if you can take it! Not commonly known, Al has been doing this meditation since the late 1960’s
MB 14 Flower of Blocks ~ A fantastic solo exercise for doubling your hand speed! Created by Al strictly for speed.
MB 15 Moon Form ~ The first Monkey Boxing Form. Builds a structure that can handle the energy Monkey Boxing builds.
Monday, November 28, 2016 (archived)
MB 17 Moon Applications ~ Analyzing the Moon form for applications.
MB 18 Grab Hands ~ An exercise nobody knows, nobody knows why it is so important, and yet is so-o-o simple. It build emptiness in megatons, and increases hand speed.
MB 19 Monkey Blast ~ Excellent drill for training one to use the right weapon at the right time…especially when distance collapses.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2016 (archived)
MB 20 Supercharging ~ The one trick which causes a massive explosion of chi power, which power can be translated into your techniques, thereby making your techniques three times more powerful!
MB 21 Matrix Arm Defense ~ Analysis of Arms, the matrix (logical breakdown) of the only four techniques you need to understand…
MB 22 Lop Sau 1 ~ The beginning of the unique freestyle method created by Al Case specifically for Monkey Boxing.
Monday, December 12, 2016 (archived)
MB 23 Rhythmic Freestyle ~ How to teach the absolute beginner how to do Martial Arts freestyle in a few minutes. Invented by Al Case.
MB 24 Punching ~ Punching the Monkey Boxing way. Principles of ‘The Punch’ (a book written by Al Case) demonstrated.
MB 25 Matrixing the Straight Punch ~ Basic understanding of the straight punch. Different patterns to be done.
Monday, December 19, 2016 (archived)
MB 26 Matrixing Rolling the Wall ~This is the overview of this unique Monkey Boxing drill. Drill builds timing, makes punches stronger, feeds logically into Rolling the Wall on a person, or Lop Sau
MB 27 Matrixing Rolling the Wall 1/2 ~ Breaks down the second part of the Rolling the Wall drill. Using the Half Roll as the base technique.
MB 28 Matrixing Rolling the Wall O ~ Breaks down the third part of the Rolling the Wall drill. Using the Full Roll as the base technique.
MB 29 Matrixing Rolling the Wall 1 1/2 ~ Breaks down the fourth part of the Rolling the Wall drill. Using the One and a Half Roll as the base technique.
Sunday, December 25, 2016 (archived)
MB 30 Moon Form Variations ~ Shows a variation on the Moon form. Encourages variations. A form is only as alive as you analyze it, and variations encourage analysis.
MB 31 Warm Ups kids ~ Here are warm ups I have children, or people who are real beginners. It is important not to just learn, but to take the instructor’s viewpoint in these things. do.
MB 32 Warm Ups adults ~ Here are the warm ups for Monkey Boxing (Tong Bei). Shows how to create space in the arms, analyzes the body, in this respect, on an X, Y, and Z axis. You’ll understand when you see it.
Wednesday, January 4, 2016
MB 33 Side kick w addendum ~ A side kick, from the ground up. Done this way the kick works. Done this way it becomes a real weapon.
MB 34 Matrix punches on bag ~ Working with a student on Rolling the Wall. With matrixing you can see how easy it is, and how effective.
MB 35 4 pt punching and override ~ Two drills. One drill enables the student to face a punch, to enter the reality of a punch. The other drill is an Al Case original. It teaches one how to punch through an attack.
MB 36 Moon Drill ~ A simple drill that makes sense out of the form, and teaches a student how to hold his ground and make his blocks work.
Monday, January 9, 2017
MB 37 Head Catcher ~ Takes all the guesswork out of twisting somebody’s head off. Be careful, can cause lots of damage.
MB 38 split push/split muscles ~ the second grab art out of the Moon form. Shows how to split the muscles on a grab, pain equals compliance in a grab art.
MB 39 Wheel Kick ~ The secret of REALLY effective wheel kicks. The difference between he wheel and the roundhouse.
Monday, January 16, 2017
MB 40 Foot Catcher ~ A fantastic technique that opens the door to kick defenses. Incredibly useful as a knife disarm, or just for handling a punch.
MB 41 Lop Sau and the Yin Punch ~ The Monkey Boxing method of freestyle, and how to take energy out of a punch to make it more effective.
MB 42 Sanchin and Wa Uke ~ Examining the butterfly block from the roots. Will supercharge your understanding of the block, and make the ‘slap-grab’ concept three times more powerful.
Thursday, January 26, 2017
MB 43 Push and Roll to control arms ~ A simple drill to allow you to control any form of fighting.
MB 44 Wristlock One ~ A simple drill to improve your wrist locks. You should note that a technique is for a specific situation, a drill such as this provides for ANY situation, and opens the doors to more locks.
MB 45 Butterfly Form ~ Here we go, controlling a person’s body in combat through this simple form. He who controls distance controls the fight. This form proves that.
Thursday, February 2, 2017
MB 46 Wrist Control 2 ~ The furthest extremity of the body provides the BEST way to control an opponent.
MB 47 Foot Catcher 2 ~Analyzing the foot catcher…for the arm!
MB 48 Butterfly Form Again ~ Looking for more and more and more. Finding the power and balance in the form.
Thursday, February 9, 2017
MB 49 Moon Blocking Drill ~ Exploring the potentials of the Moon block through a series of realistic drills.
MB 51 Butterfly Blocking Drill ~ Exploring the potentials of the Butterfly block through a series of realistic drills.
MB 52 Crescent Kick orig ~ I did a couple of vids on the crescent kick, a couple of viewpoints, making sure I had all the info right. Here’s the first.
Tuesday, February 14, 2017
MB 53 Crescent Kick ~ Crescent kick applications
MB 54 Crescent Kick Expanded ~ Just a bit more on the crescent kick.
MB 55 Crescent Kick Expanded 2 ~ I kept doing this sequence and doing it, wasn’t happy with one of them, but all three of them put together, I must have said what I intended to say. Right?
MB 56 Wrist Lock Drills 1 ~ Up close and personal and really looking at WORKABLE wrist locks.
MB 57 Tai Chi Warm Ups ~ Looking at how Tai Chi is related to the Monkey Boxing Warm Ups, and how they can be used. Good energy development in this one.
Thursday, February 23, 2017
MB 59 House Solo ~
I usually teach the two man version first, because it makes the blocks real, and shows the student how to be real in his form training right from the start.
MB 58 House One Two Man ~
The two man version develops an appreciation for reality that is possible in no other two man form. This is so straightforward, so logical, and makes the student understand how to use this stuff in reality.
MB 60 House Techniques ~
Oddly, I don’t teach the techniques much, except when they go into grab arts. But the grab arts don’t start until the second house form. The fact is that the two man version of house one is so real it doesn’t need the techniques. Much better to just get into the form and drill it endlessly. You avoid a lot of talk about what works and why, situations, what ifs, and so on.
Friday, February 3, 2017
MB 61 The Meaning of the Prayer ~ What is the meaning of that opening move in the forms? You’re going to find some interesting stuff here.
MB 62 Opening the Grab Arts ~ Really digging into he grab arts. This is specifically on wrists, but it opens the door to all sorts of other things.
MB 63 Aligning the Body ~ This is the straight skinny on how to use your body. If you don’t use it right you are inefficient, and can actually damage your body.
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
MB 64 1st 3 Forms ~ Revisiting and polishing the first three forms. Adding to the basic understanding of the forms and what they mean.
MB 65 Figure Four/Chicken Wing ~ Two slap grab grab arts designed break, or takedown, the opponent. Real sweet stuff.
MB 66 Lop Sau Refined ~ Deeper down the rabbit hole we go. Exploring options and applied grab arts.
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
MB 67 Slap Grab V Wrist Pin ~ We move deeper into he grab art potentials of the basic slap grab technique.
MB 68 Replacement Kick ~ Brings kicking to the second level.
MB 69 Flower Form ~ The basic ‘buzzsaw’ technique in form.
Friday, Mar 24, 2017
MB 70 Moving Lop Sau ~ Translating Lop Sau into motion. Makes the translation from drill to freestyle.
MB 71 Resisting the Forms ~ The best way to build strength and power in your martial arts.
MB 72 Improve Side Kicks ~ Make your side kick work!
Tuesday, Mar 28, 2017
MB 73 Replacement Side Thrust ~ The second of the replacement kicking drills. These drills build chi energy, require chi energy merely to be done.
MB 74 Slap Grab Technique Drills ~ The slap grab is the heart of Monkey Boxing. These are the drills that make your hands fast and your punches incredibly powerful
MB 75 Pain ~ Rhythmic F/S, Blocking Drills, and pain. Yikes!
Thursday, April 6, 2017
MB 76 More Lop Sau ~ more on the ultimate drill on how to learn to really take somebody apart.
MB 77 How to Empty Hands ~ Secret of karate…and the martial arts.
MB 78 Wet Hands Drill ~ Here is the ultimate drill for building power in your punches. But you should read the book ‘The Punch’ to find out where it came from, the whole sequence of punching drills, and more.
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
MB 82 House two pt 2 ~ second part of the House Two form
MB 83 House two pt 3 ~ third part of the House Two form
MB 84 Slap Grab Technique Sequence ~ How the slap grows into various strikes. Very interesting.
Saturday, April 29, 2017
MB 85 2 Man House ~ Perfect forms, with perfect two man applications.
MB 86 Sword Catcher Sequence ~ the bread and butter of grab arts.
MB 87 lop sau cause and effect to imagination ~ Lop sau, fighting in the phone booth…and winning!
Friday, May 5, 2017
MB 88 wrist twisting ~
MB 89 wrist twist 3 ~
MB 90 house 3a ~
Thursday, May 11, 2017
MB 91 circ blo roll wall ~
MB 92 house 3 pt 1 solo ~
MB 93 house 3 pt 1 two ~
Friday, May 19, 2017
MB 94 house 3 pt 2 solo ~
MB 95 house 3 pt 2 two ~
MB 96 house 3 pt 3 solo ~
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
MB 97 house 3 pt 3 two ~ Here’s house three the final part. I’ll go over the form again in a week or two, so practice.
Lop Sau Grab Arts cut off ~ Here’s a quite interesting bit of Lop Sau, it deals with the exact grab arts you start off with. Unfortunately, the video card filled up and I lost the last 30 seconds. That’s right, you don’t get to see me bow out.
Question on stances ~ Question on the hourglass stance, and the answers.
Saturday, June 3, 2017
MB 98 two man house 3 pt 1 ~
MB 99 two man house 3 pt 2 ~
MB 100 two man house 3 pt 3 ~
MB 101 stick twirling ~
MB 102 stick twirling ~
Sunday, Jun 11, 2017
MB 103 shaving the stick ~
MB 104 circle of blocks ~
MB 105 two man circle of blocks ~
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
MB 106 cross down ~
MB 107 tiger:monkey stances ~
MB 108 two man cross down ~
Thursday, June 29, 2017
MB 109 circle of blocks cross down ~
MB 110 cross down open hands ~
MB 111 cross down hand attacks ~
Monday, July 3, 2017
MB 112 cross down elbow roll ~
MB 113 slap grab kick ~
MB 114 slap grab options ~
Wednesday, July 12, 2017
MB 115 slap grab grab arts ~
MB 116 slap grab elbow lock ~
MB 117 circle of blocks cross down ~
Wednesday, July 19, 2017
MB 118 Circle of Blocks and Rolling the Wall ~
MB 119 Adv Lop Sau ~
MB 120 2nd stick hi lo ~
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