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Kick Boxing was invented in the late 60s, and came to fruition in the early seventies. It enjoyed popularity for a number of years, then was replaced by MMA, or Mixed Martial Arts. Kick Boxing still has its fans. It provides excellent self defense, good condition/weight loss, and is an excellent preparatory art for entry into the MMA arena. This volume, How to Matrix Kick Boxing, takes a much needed look at this young sport. While there has been much improvement over the years, there is still much room for growth. Matrixing is a form of logic which is designed to reveal all the potentials of motion in a field. Kickboxing, as simple as it is, has never been analyzed for this. Thus, the reader will be pleased to find methods for creating ALL potential combinations, which can be further extrapolated to create many drills. Indeed, this eye-opening book will reveal the potential for making a sport into an art. About the Author: Al Case began martial arts in 1967. He became a writer for the martial arts magazines in 1981, and had his own column in Inside Karate. He is the originator of Matrixing Techlogy and Neutronic Martial Arts Philosophy. Al is the author of over 20 books on the martial arts, and many vels. Many of which are available on Amazon.