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- McGraw-Hill Education 2005; US$ 16.95
Eddie Bravo owns 10 Planet Jiu-Jitsu Academy in Hollywood and has hosted jiu-jitsu seminars around the world. He is a columnist for BoxingInsider.com. Erich Krauss taught at Ken Shamrock's world-renowned Lion's Den and owns his own martial arts school. He is the author of several popular martial arts books and a columnist with BoxingInsider.com.... more...
- McGraw-Hill Education 2006; US$ 18.95
Let elite Muay Thai warriors turn your body into an unbeatable weapon! Written by professional Muay Thai fighters and trainers, Muay Thai Unleashed shows you how to master this feared and dangerous martial art. Author and trainer Erich Krauss, along with Muay Thai pros Glen Cordoza and Tana (Chun) Yingwitayakhun, teach you the same body-punishing... more...
- Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2010; US$ 14.95
In his latest page-turning sports tour, Sports Illustrated senior writer Wertheim ( Running the Table , Venus Envy ) tackles mixed martial arts (MMA), a one-on-one bare-fist brawl that combines kickboxing, Greco-Roman wrestling, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, and basically any other fighting technique an athlete chooses (minimal rules include no kidney-kicking... more...
- Tuttle Publishing 1968; US$ 10.95
This two-in-one book introduces secrets of two little known branches of the martial arts of Japan. The first involves the use of the manrikigusari, a length of chain with with weighted ends, used in various ways for self-defense. The second part of this book deals with Shuriken-Jutsu, which came some time later. It involves the use of metal spikes... more...
- Tuttle Publishing 2013; US$ 16.95
Fight to Win strips self-defense and street fighting tactics down to the basics, presenting a uniquely effective fighting system with a minimum of technical jargon and maximum effect. Martin J. Dougherty holds three black belts and has spent more than two decades training championship fighters in many discipline. Dougherty is committed to teaching... more...
- Tuttle Publishing 2013; US$ 14.95
Masters in the Japanese martial art of Ninjutsu are legendary for their ability to access seemingly endless amounts of pure strength and mental endurance to achieve their goals. The Ninja Mind documents Ninjutsu black belt Kevin Casey's journey toward mastery under the tutelage of Stephen K. Hayes, Black Belt Hall of Fame member and the "Father... more...
- Tuttle Publishing 2014; US$ 13.95
A pounding headache, mouth dry as the desert, memory loss…and wait, a black eye and a fat lip? You have officially woken up from another night on the town. While there is no known cure for that dastardly headache and cotton mouth, there is now officially a remedy for the black eye and bruises. Bar-jutsu: The American Art of Bar Fighting , is a ... more...
- ECW Press 2002; US$ 11.95
Mixed martial arts (MMA) fighting pits masters of every kind of combat ? street fighting, sumo, judo ? in matches broadcast around the world. This book chronicles the turbulent history of MMA fighting from its inception in the Greek Olympic Games, through its glorification in Japan to its growing popularity as an American sport. Through personal interviews... more...
- ECW Press 2008; US$ 14.95
?Since the beginning of time, men have engaged in hand-to-hand combat. In Ancient Greece, they called it Pankration, a no-holds-barred battle. Over time, one complete combat system was replaced by a variety of limited ones like karate, boxing, and wrestling. In the modern age this created an eternal question: who was tougher? Could a boxer beat a wrestler?... more...