An Iron Hand Way: TetsuTe

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an introduction to the conditioning process called Iron Hand. More

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About Jerry Leverett, Jr

..since the publication of the first book I have recieved the title of Sifu In Jing Tao Kungfu and its' Diamond Palm method. I also have recieved the title of Sensei in the art of Matsubayashi Ryu Karate Do. I love the art of breaking and the opportunity to represent my Sifu and his method and am thrilled and Honoured to be able to share as I am now teaching Karate Do and Iron Palm. And as of October 2015 have been promoted to San Dan( 3rd degree black belt ) in Matsubayashi Ryu Karate Do.


TetsuTe( iron hand) In action
This video is an example of the results gained through persistent training in TetsuTe (Iron Hand)

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Review by: Nick on Jan. 7, 2019 :
This is vital information for starting iron hand training and doing it safely. Jerry Leverett does a wonderful job of describing the science of conditioning and the steps needed to advance in Tetsu Te. As martial arts teacher and as a breaker myself, I would recommend this to my students. If you are practicing martial arts and want to get into legitimate breaking and conditioning then this is the e-book to buy.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Review by: Francis Henry on March 29, 2017 :
That is a great book for beginners. He has a youtube page which is very helpful for learning. His youtube page: Kara Tetsu Te.
(reviewed 11 days after purchase)
Review by: Nick Meyers on March 13, 2014 : (no rating)
"Tetsu-te" serves as a complete fundamental entry-level dissertation for kara-teka (karate practitioners) who are interested in learning about the deeper aspects of Bunkai (application of formal routinized movements) for self-protection on an ultimate level that is not found in 90% of today's dojos (training halls). This book serves as a scholastic exposure to deeper levels of training that unfortunately have been absent / subtracted from most styles' curriculum, or conversely, are not known by the instructors. Basically, this book is an opportunity to embark into an area of kara-te that is so obscure very few people are even in "the know". I strongly recommend it...
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Brett Barrell on March 5, 2014 :
The secret of iron hand is lots of training. That said however there are also small tips that can greatly help you on your way.
This book contains a proven solid method whith which you will in time succeed. No short cuts. Just like Mr Leverett.
If you don't know where to start, start here. Another bonus is that if you contact the author on YouTube or in any other way I'm sure he will help you further.
A solid four stars,,,,
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Lee E. Shilo on Nov. 1, 2013 : (no rating)
As a book on Hand preparation for the Beginner(s) & the intricacies of getting started, this book is well within its range of information. This is a beginners book, not a definitive guide to the whole process. As it states in the Description, it is an Introduction. I am sure that more books are on the horizon to be written in increments, so as to release the information on a steady learn-able pace.
Master Shilo ~ Jing Tao
Kung Fu
Diamond Palm
(reviewed 8 months after purchase)
Review by: redman09 on July 29, 2013 : (no rating)
This book is ok, but to be honest get the book of lam kam chuen (so called?) then u got everything u need for training. I am sad to give 7 usd away.

(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Lee E. Shilo on March 10, 2013 :
This book, An Iron Hand Way: TetsuTe is quite possibly one of the best information ebooks out there. For Martial Artists, it would be an invaluable addition to their collection of styles and techniques. As a Sensei, Shifu, Teacher, or simply Jerry Leverett, he brings meaning, tradition and respect to the world of Martial Arts. This book I keep in the highest esteem as one of my most prized possessions of my Martial Arts book collection.
Master Shilo - Diamond Palm
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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