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  • Taekwondoby Doug Cook

    YMAA Publication Center 2009; US$ 14.95

    Finalist ? 2010 Book of the Year Award by ForeWord Magazine Finalist ? 2010 USA Best Book Award This book, in seven parts, offers you the opportunity to visit the garden that is Taekwondo. Discover what it means to be a steadfast practitioner, understand Taekwondo?s honorable past, and prosper in the confidence and purpose that Taekwondo... more...

  • Tae Kwon Doby Richard Chun

    YMAA Publication Center 2008; US$ 34.95

    Book of the Year Award Finalist - Foreword Magazine Originally published in 1976, this authoritative work has been the guide for thousands of Taekwondo practitioners as they advance in their training. Whether your training is for self-defense, forms competition, or in preparation for the Olympic games, this newly revised edition provides beginner... more...

  • Qigong for Health and Martial Artsby Jwing-Ming Yang

    YMAA Publication Center 1998; US$ 19.95

    Increase your strength, improve your health, and discover greater martial power with ten separate sets of Qigong exercises. A special chapter discusses the application and uses of Qi and Qigong for enhancing martial arts ability as well as a section on soothing massage techniques to help recover quickly from various injuries. more...

  • Qigong for Treating Common Ailmentsby Xiangcai Xu

    YMAA Publication Center 2000; US$ 15.95

    Finalist - 2000 Book of the Year Award by ForeWord Magazine Wouldn't it be nice to stop common ailments before they happen? We can prevent many of them once we have the proper knowledge. This book, Qigong for Treating Common Ailments, provides a system for maintaining overall health while addressing specific problems with exact treatments. All... more...

  • Kageby John Donohue

    YMAA Publication Center 2011; US$ 9.99

    In the seemingly trackless waste of the desert outside Tucson, Arizona, a coyote cross border smuggler is found dead, another victim of the escalating violence on the southwest border. At the same time, a mysterious best-selling writer?s death deepens the controversy surrounding his works. Rumors surround the late Elliot Westmann,... more...

  • Facing Violenceby Rory Miller; Barry Eisler

    YMAA Publication Center 2011; US$ 9.99

    This book stands alone as an introduction to the context of self-defense. There are seven elements that must be addressed to bring self-defense training to something approaching 'complete.' Any training that dismisses any of these areas leaves the student vulnerable: The seven elements are: Legal and ethical implications; Violence dynamics; Avoidance;... more...

  • Senseiby John Donohue

    YMAA Publication Center 2011; US$ 3.99

    In every case, the modus operandi is the same, and the only clue available is a cryptic message scrawled on the wall bearing the signature "Ronin" - the Japanese name for a masterless samurai. Connor Burke, a part-time college teacher with a passion for the martial arts, is called in to help out with the investigation by his brother, an NYPD detective.... more...

  • Shin Gi Taiby Michael Clarke

    YMAA Publication Center 2011; US$ 9.99

    Shin Gi Tai's core message is taking personal responsibility for your own karate progress and your life. Discover how to make real progess as a student of a karate dojo. Shin (Spirit) explains the 'self' in karate; Gi (Technique) examines fighting strategies, applications, and kata of karate; Tai (Body) teaches how to strenghten the body for the rigours... more...

  • Scaling Forceby Rory Miller; Lawrence A. Kane

    YMAA Publication Center 2012; US$ 11.99

    Conflict and violence cover a broad range of behaviors, from intimidation to murder, and require an equally broad range of responses. A kind word will not resolve all situations, nor will wristlocks, punches, or even a gun. Scaling Force introduces the full range of options, from skillfully doing nothing to employing deadly force. You will understand... more...

  • Chojunby Goran Powell

    YMAA Publication Center 2012; US$ 9.99

    When Kenichi Ota retires he is the same age as his karate teacher Chojun Miyagi was when he died. Ota decides to honor his teacher by writing his memoirs. As a young man Ota accompanied Miyagi to China searching for the meaning of karate. Upon their return to Okinawa they learn the Japanese have just destroyed Pearl Harbor. Ota is conscripted to... more...