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More Info Ultimate Fitness
by Sang Kim

This is a one-stop reference for martial arts students, instructors and coaches that includes over 200 new and traditional martial arts exercises, games and drills for developing speed, power, flexibility, timing, co-ordination, agility, balance, and mental strength. It includes: variations for individuals, partners and groups; detailed explanations of fitness concepts; Injury prevention; diet and nutrition; beginner, intermediate and black belt workout plans; exercise cautions; Martial arts applications for all exercises; and, instructor guidelines. It is organised for easy reference.
More Info Cleverland: The Science of How Nature Nurtures (The Anchor of Our Purest Thoughts Book 3)
by Dr. Chong Chen

Do you like to exercise? Do you spend most of your exercise time in the gym or in built up areas? Did you know that exercising in the natural environment is better for you? Recent research shows that if we exercise in more natural surroundings it benefits us more, even if we do exactly the same amount. Incredibly, immersing ourselves in forests or being close to the ocean when we exercise can make a significant difference to our energy levels.
Now, in Cleverland: The Science of How Nature Nurtures, Dr. Chong Chen examines in more detail the psychology of how nature nurtures us and how our...
More Info Beer, Blood & Cornmeal: Seven Years of Strange Wrestling
by Bob Calhoun

Incredibly Strange Wrestling was the bastard offspring of post-punk garage rock and masked Mexican lucha libre. Fielding a cast of crazed characters with names like El Homo Loco, Macho Sasquatcho and El Pollo Diablo, the show lived up to its name. Christians fought lions, Ku Klux Klowns squared off against Hasidic Jews and Bigfoots and bears mauled hapless hippies in some of the most surreal grappling bouts ever staged. And if that wasn’t enough, cult bands such as NOFX, The Dickies and The Donnas provided the raucous rock and roll in between the highflying mayhem. ISW emerged from the...
More Info When the Dodgers Were Bridegrooms: Gunner McGunnigle and Brooklyn’s Back-to-Back Pennants of 1889 and 1890
by Ronald G. Shafer

Urbane real estate investor Charles Byrne and hustling news editor George J. Taylor joined forces in 1883 to create the club that would become the Brooklyn Dodgers. Nicknamed the “Bridegrooms” by sportswriters after several players got married, they won their first major league pennants in 1889 and 1890 under pioneering manager Bill “Gunner” McGunnigle. This first history of the birth of the Dodgers franchise chronicles the owners’ efforts to build the team, woo fans, and oversee the antics of the colorful cast of athletes—with nicknames like “Adonis,” “Needles,” and “Oyster”—who filled the...
More Info The Table Tennis Psychology Workbook: How to Use Advanced Sports Psychology to Succeed on the Ping Pong Table
by Danny Uribe MASEP


Players hear it all the time…
"Ping Pong is 90% Mental, and 10% Physical”
"It's All in Your Head"
"The Only One that Can Stop You is You"
"You have to be Mentally Tough!"

But what exactly do those sayings mean??? Without something concrete, it's difficult for players to understand what it specifically takes to have a mental approach primed for success.

And rather than have a debate with someone who knows nothing about mental training or...
More Info Qigong for Health & Martial Arts: Exercises and Meditation (Qigong, Health and Healing)
by Yang Jwing-Ming

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 Info Where the Pavement Ends: One Woman's Bicycle Trip Through Mongolia, China & Vietnam
by Erika Warmbrunn

"In the middle of the night I crawled out of my tent into a silvery vastness truly unchanged since Genghis Khan and his hordes loped west more than half a millennium ago. There was no glow of city lights on the horizon, no ranger station at the edge of the next valley, no quaint general store, no paved road. There was nothing but space, unbounded and untamed. A brilliant moon lit the blackness crystal clear. Moonshadows of every blade of grass danced silently in the wildness. It was the emptiest, quietest place I had ever been. I threw my arms out wide and spun slowly around and around in...
More Info Fishing: Guide of Fly Fishing and Bass Fishing Tips for Beginners and Advanced Anglers
by Joe Steender

2 completely different books about bass fishing, a 2 in 1 combo!

Book 1: The author of this guide takes you through the steps and shows you the secrets of bass fishing. Catching a giant bass is a nice accomplishment, and a fun thing to do (something you want to take a picture of and post it on the internet). The pros have the experience. You have the desire to learn. It’s time to get educated before you waste your precious time waiting for fish that won’t want to be caught. Learn from the best. For example, you will learn:

The right equipment to get started.

Targeting, luring, and figuring...
More Info Yoga E Tai Chi (The Basic Book): The World's Simplest Yoga-Tai Chi
by Yongxin Li

This is a book about a combination exercise of yoga and tai chi. Please read another book of mine, E Tai Chi (The Basic Book), if you are interested in genuine tai chi. This book contains 242 pages with over 600 photos and 40-minute videos. The videos are embedded in the Kindle eBook version of the book. Also, the Yoga E Tai Chi and E Tai Chi sequences demonstrated by the author can be watched on YouTube.

Yoga E Tai Chi (the basic postures and sequence):

E Tai Chi (the basic sequence):

E Tai Chi (the...
More Info E Tai Chi (The Complete Book): The World's Simplest Tai Chi
by Yongxin Li

This e-book contains 302 pages with 900 photos and 50-minute videos (updated February 2018). The E Tai Chi sequences demonstrated by the author can be watched on YouTube.

E Tai Chi (the introduction)

E Tai Chi (the basic sequence)

E Tai Chi (the intermediate and advanced sequences)

E Tai Chi (Ease or Easy Tai Chi) is the world’s simplest and safest Tai Chi exercise, which is invented by Dr. Yongxin Li, a practicing physician with a Ph. D. degree in physiology. It...