PRACTICAL AIKIDO is a term used to describe a simplified version of traditional Aikido. It disregards some of the philosophy and many of the less effective techniques of traditional Aikido, concentrating instead on only the simplified, martial application of the art.
PRACTICAL AIKIDO is a self-development training manual for anyone seeking to learn a realistic, yet simplified, form of the martial art of Aikido. PRACTICAL AIKIDO explains realistic Aikido techniques in an in depth and easy to learn format without...
Inspired to become a paleontologist, he plunged into realms of life where intellectuals rarely go, working hardhat jobs on offshore oil rigs in equatorial Africa and wintertime Alaska to afford grad school, and laboring beside cutthroat coworkers, one of whom he was barely restrained from murdering.
As an internationally acclaimed paleontologist, Marincovich researched fossil mollusks in...
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It may be America’s game, but no one seems to know how or when baseball really started. Theories abound, myths proliferate, but reliable information has been in short supply—until now, when Baseball before We Knew It brings fresh new evidence of baseball’s origins into play. David Block looks into the early history of the game and of the 150-year-old debate about its beginnings. He tackles one stubborn misconception after another, debunking the enduring belief that baseball descended from the English game of rounders and revealing a surprising new explanation for the most notorious myth of...
More InfoHarrington on Hold 'em Expert Strategy for No Limit Tournaments, Vol. II: The Endgame: 2 by Dan HarringtonBill Robertie
Poker has taken America by storm. But it's not just any form of poker that has people across the country so excited it's no-limit hold 'em the main event game. And now, thanks to televised tournaments, tens of thousands of new players are eager to claim their share of poker glory. In the first volume of this series, Harrington on Hold 'em: Volume I: Strategic Play, Dan Harrington explained how to play in the early phases of tournaments, when most players at the table had plenty of chips, and the blinds and antes were small. This book, Harrington on Hold 'em: Volume II: The Endgame shows you...
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This is a short, easy to follow guide to online betting and fantasy sports for anyone that wants to start betting on their favorite teams. I cover basics of betting sites, what types of bets you can place, tips and strategies and much more. Lots of examples to keep it simple. You will learn the lingo, feel more comfortable talking to your friends about sports betting and maybe you'll even win some money! Good luck!
More InfoUltimate 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.
In "The Little Black Book of Training Wisdom", Dr Dan Cleather challenges us to expect more from our training and demonstrates that dominant athletic prowess is built by working smarter not harder. He outlines the most common mistakes that people make in training and offers practical advice on how they can be avoided.
"Dan cuts through the intellectual rubbish bin that has dominated our field for the last few decades and gives us clarity and insight."
Dan John, author of "Easy Strength" and "Never Let Go".