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- 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...
- 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...
- YMAA Publication Center 2010; US$ 9.99
This epic historical fiction novel opens 507 A.D. with a young man named Sardili born of the warrior caste in Sardili realizes that he would rather seek enlightenment than follow his family's military legacy and sets out on a life-long quest for truth and wisdom. Sardili becomes the Buddhist monk Bodhidharma, known as Da Mo in China. He travels throughout... more...
- 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...
- YMAA Publication Center 2013; US$ 4.99
After he accidentally killed of a young boy, Portland Police Detective and martial arts instructor Sam Reeves travels to Saigon, Vietnam to visit his newly found family. Although he hopes to find peace and refuge, Sam, along with his family and a bizarre set of new friends, suddenly find themselves thrust into a nightmarish world of sex trafficking,... more...
- YMAA Publication Center 2004; US$ 16.95
Young or old, sedentary or athletic; it is likely that you will experience some sort of back pain injury in your lifetime. Since the spine is the root of all motion, a healthy back is vital to well-being. Although Western Medicine has made great progress in treating spinal illnesses and lower back pain, it has only limited success in actually healing... more...
- YMAA Publication Center 2002; US$ 15.95
Master Richard Chun takes us on a first hand account of his life story and his dedication to the art of Taekwondo. We begin in Korea just before the Korean war and learn why Taekwondo is a noble and positive recreation for children, offering them challenges and lessons that they will reflect upon for their entire lives. We follow as he takes Taekwondo... more...
- 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...
- 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...
- YMAA Publication Center 2006; US$ 21.95
Finalist - 2006 Book of the Year Award by ForeWord Magazine Taekwondo is ever increasing. This is apparent in the tens of millions of practitioners worldwide, and by the inclusion of Taekwondo in the summer Olympic Games. With all its popularity, it is paramount that the art be handed down in a clear, knowledgeable, and sustainable way - this... more...