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Author: Dave Hazard
ISBN: 1844548724
Pages: 290 pages
Publisher: John Blake (March 1, 2010)
Language: English
Category: Biographies
Size ePUB: 1122 kb
Size Fb2: 1366 kb
Size DJVU: 1937 kb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 771
Format: txt lrf mobi lit
Subcategory: Sport

e-Book Born Fighter epub download

by Dave Hazard



Dave Hazard has written a book that is not only about his life, but also has paid tribute to the many people who have influenced and touched his life, both past (not very common as most people only live and talk about the NOW) and present.

Dave Hazard has written a book that is not only about his life, but also has paid tribute to the many people who have influenced and touched his life, both past (not very common as most people only live and talk about the NOW) and present. One of the great things about this book is that Dave is not all about himself in it, although it is somewhat of an autobiography (though he says he could have told a lot more). In fact, in many ways he writes more about others than himself. One person in particular he writes about his is Karate instructor.

Dave Hazard (born 1952 in London) is a British 7th Dan Karateka and instructor of Shotokan karate and was one of the few students present at the very beginning of British Karate. He is a former KUGB national champion and British team member. Like many of the early karateka he first trained in judo before starting karate in 1969 at the Blackfriers club in London, where he trained under Keinosuke Enoeda, Hirokazu Kanazawa, Kato and Takahashi.

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He is a world class martial artist-a 7th dan black belt in Shotokan Karate-who is as respected in the tough streets, bars, and clubs of the East End of London as he is in the top Karate dojo in Japan. His reputation is legendary.

Born Fighter is Dave Hazard's humorous, insightful, inspiring, violent and occasionally tragic story. Above all else, it is unflinchingly honest - and, through this honesty, we are reminded that the greatest battle we all face is with ourselves.

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Meet Dave Hazard; world class martial artist. A 7th dan black belt in Shotokan karate, he's as respected in the tough streets, bars and clubs of the East End of London as he is in the best karate dojo in Japan. He's faced down many tough challenges as a street fighter but also as a mentor and teacher

Hazard, Michael David was born on February 6, 1952 in Lansing, Michigan, United States. Son of Patrick D. and Mary E. (Schneider) Hazard. Bachelor in English and Art, Macalester College, 1974.

Hazard, Michael David was born on February 6, 1952 in Lansing, Michigan, United States. Michael David Hazard has been listed as a notable artist by Marquis Who's Who. Connections. Married Patricia Lynn Olson, March 30, 1974. 1 child, Sonia Maria Olson. father: Patrick D. Hazard. mother: Mary E. spouse: Patricia Lynn Olson. child: Sonia Maria Olson Hazard. Lansing, Michigan, United States.

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Meet Dave Hazard. He is a world class martial artist—a 7th dan black belt in Shotokan Karate—who is as respected in the tough streets, bars, and clubs of the East End of London as he is in the top Karate dojo in Japan. His reputation is legendary. He has faced down many tough challenges as a street fighter but also as a mentor and teacher. As a member of the Great Britain karate team, Dave fought for his country against some of the world's leading martial artists in both formal competition and the highly dangerous and demanding sparring of the dojo, where no rules apply. Born into a harsh environment, Dave Hazard grew into a complex and extraordinary man. The ups and downs of his remarkable life prove he is truly a force to be reckoned with and a living embodiment of the power of the mind as well as the first. This is his humorous, insightful, inspiring, violent, and occasionally tragic story.

Bolanim
Outstanding book giving a complete understanding of Dave, and where he was going and where you really should be.. A must read for all Karateka!
Zovaithug
A good book for any karatekas who will enjoy Dave Hazards book about his childhood / youth and grown up through thick and thin.
Nilasida
Dave Hazard has written a book that is not only about his life, but also has paid tribute to the many people who have influenced and touched his life, both past (not very common as most people only live and talk about the NOW) and present. One of the great things about this book is that Dave is not all about himself in it, although it is somewhat of an autobiography (though he says he could have told a lot more). In fact, in many ways he writes more about others than himself.

One person in particular he writes about his is Karate instructor. Dave is one of the many students that Sensei Keinosuke Enoeda had world-wide. But unlike most of those students, Dave got to know Enoeda Sensei on a very personal level and tells of his sometimes dramatic yet also treasured relationship with his Sensei. The genuine respect, admiration and awe he has for Enoeda Sensei is as high as Mount Fuji! As it should be!

Dave also tells of his experiences and exploits while training and living in Japan, along with coming back to the UK.

Often filled with British humor, this book is sure to be enjoyed by any British Karate-ka (or any Karate-ka for that matter. Not for kiddies however!

However, Enoeda Sensei would get a kick out of it and be very proud of his student!
Wanenai
This book is not really a karate book, but some funny and sometimes sad, tales of a highly respected Karate-Ka (Karate Student). This book is more about the people in Mr Hazards life, than about Karate. It definitely helps to study Karate to understand some of the details, but it isn't necessarry. It has a bit of the good ole' British Hummor, some of it off color along with a few bits of the language, but not dirty. When I ordered the book, I wasn't sure what to expect, but was pleasantly suprised to find a good read. It starts off a little slow, but the people he introduces are really improtant. Over-all Sensei Hazard did a fine job for his first book, that isn't a technical Karate book.