https://www.bittermedicineblogs.com – On today’s show we have a discussion with 52 Blocks practitioner, Diallo Frazier. We discuss his book “The Tao of 52: The Discovery of the Lost Science. About the Book: “The Tao of 52 is one of the first books of its kind to give the history and philosophy of the Afrikan-Amerikan combat system 52 Blocks. 52 Blocks is the combat system that was developed during slavery, mastered in prison and perfected on the streets. The Tao of 52 gives the reader a complete insight into the history and mystery of 52. For many years there has been talks, whispers and sighting of 52 Blocks. This book gives the reader a simple, direct and dynamic look into the lost science of 52. The Tao of 52 is a salute to the champions of 52 past and present, from Dennis Newsome who taught Mel Gibson 52 for the first Lethal Weapon, Big K who championed 52 in the book "Street Kingdom", Daniel Marks and the Constellations movement and Lorenz Tate using 52 in the movie Gun Hill. This book was written to give 52 Blocks a recorded history, philosophy and code of conduct so it may be excepted as a credible martial arts system created by Afrikan-Amerikans.”
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About the Author, Diallo Frazier: Diallo Frazier has found a system that combines urban street smarts with practical applications to protect yourself. His methods instills the confidence to handle a situation with relative ease once the principles are applied. Diallo Frazier was among the nation’s most elite gang “enforcers” for all of his adult life. He wound up in that dangerous position because after growing up in the violence of the Chicago ghettos, he learned to be better than everyone else at fighting. His first job was in debt collection, enforcing the rules and doing anything that needed to be done to protect and keep the gang strong. In this pursuit, Diallo Frazier became a skilled fighter because he was clued in to a highly secretive street fighting system tightly guarded by the elite street gangs in the U.S. Diallo Frazier learned and mastered street fighting early on, and it allowed him to become a top enforcer. Listen to learn more.
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