History

The following books detail the evolution of Monkey Boxing.

Further information may be gleaned from MonsterMartialArts.com.

OUTLAW KARATE 

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This book details my attempts, very successful, to strip the fluff away from the art of Karate, and to more specifically define two arts, Kang Duk Won and Kwon Bup.

Kang Duk Won was a very pure system, much purer than any other form of Karate I have ever seen. This was doubtless because it did not go through the Japanese culture, but rather did a quick step, without much time for alteration, through the Korean culture.

Kwon Bup was the system my instructor devised. It is very short and linear; it is taking certain Karate concepts to the extreme.

I was fascinated by the two systems, how two incredibly efficient systems were bundled together and became bloated.

I was determined to separate the two systems, and recombine them, and present the truth of Karate.

A very successful book, at the time of this writing it has nothing but five star reviews on Amazon.

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BUDDHA CRANE KARATE

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Buddha Crane is another five star book on Amazon. I wrote this book a couple of years after Outlaw, and this time I was obsessed with making Karate into a more modular, step by step method.

I wanted to make it easier; I always wanted to make the martial arts simpler, to get rid of the ‘Chinese Fire Drill’ sort of thing.

Fighting was simple, boxing was simple, why not the Martial Arts?

This book was the turning point, or perhaps I should say the ‘tipping point.’ Before this book I was practicing traditional styles, looking for the truth in the past.

After this book I was looking for the truth in the future.

Immediately after I wrote this book, probably within days, I began my work on Monkey boxing.

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HOW TO MATRIX THE MARTIAL ARTS

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While the full data on how to matrix the martial arts is available at MonsterMartialArts.com, this book gives a precise overview that is more than adequate for the study of a singular art such as Monkey Boxing.

The Martial Arts are a science, and the logic of this book proves it.

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BINARY MATRIXING IN THE MARTIAL ARTS

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An absolutely stunning book that cuts through to the core of the martial arts. All mysticism resolved. All the ancient mysteries uncovered.

This book strips the martial arts bare, shows how they represent the universe and the individual.

 

MATRIXING TONG BEI INTERNAL GUNG FU

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Tong Bei is an ancient, eternal martial art. Here is how it was constructed; here are drills and exercises that will totally change the way you look at the martial arts.

TIGER AND CRANE MARTIAL ARTS SYSTEM

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The final book: a matrixing of matrixing.

Al Case made sense out of the martial arts by making them logical, this still presented wa-a-ay too much material. Here is his condensation of the martial arts into a sleek, logical package.

Ten times more efficient than any system ever put together in the martial arts.

This leads directly into Monkey Boxing.

SUMMATION

There is more, much more, there is always more, and students are advised to study the complete science of Matrixing.

That said, Monkey Boxing is the summation of study, the condensation, the distillation of the martial arts into their most pure form. 

The material of Monkey Boxing has never been seen in its entirety; much of this material has never been seen nor described, and especially on video tape.

You are advised to move into the Monkey Boxing course. It is the summation of the martial arts on planet earth, and this is a unique opportunity to study the art with the founder.