The Way of the Dojo is a comprehensive guide for anyone looking to own or operate a martial arts school. It features both traditional and cutting edge information on marketing, hiring employees, martial arts school valuation, social media, lease negotiation, school design, and more.
"Best book on running martial arts schools, period."
A comprehensive guide on many different aspects of martial arts pedagogy. Topics include: teaching children with learning disabilities, anatomy and common injuries, leadership skills, and hundreds of specific drills.
Take your martial arts training to the next level with this audiobook! Taekwondo: A Practical Guide to the World's Most Popular Martial Art is written by Bill and Katie Pottle, owners of the Korean Academy of Taekwondo in Aurora, CO. Their school has worked with students of all ages and abilities, from 2-year-olds to Olympians to senior citizens. The audiobook contains sections on kicks, forms, one steps, history and philosophy, mechanics of board breaking, increasing power and speed, and much more.
"Excellent introduction to Taekwondo"
Many of the fairy tales and nursery rhymes you know are wrong. We had to research dusty libraries, read the memoirs of ancient nannies, and threaten the younger Grimm Brother with a Kimura lock to bring you the original, unaltered, martial arts-based stories. See such classics as: "The Coach Who Cried Kyongo!", "Goldilocks and the Three Kicking Distances", "Red Riding Hood and the Value of Deception", "The Three Little Pigs and Stances", "The Triangle Chokie Song", and many more!
Journey to the Cloud-Lands as a young group of interns takes on Lynn's Dragon Ranch for school credit. All is not as easy as learning how to feed the different dragons and harvest their scales when some of the dragons' health takes a turn for the worst. Can the lively interns help Lynn save the dragons and her ranch? This is Cloud-Lands mini adventure set in the same world as Katie Pottle's debut novel: Warrior Path, set to be released by E2 Books and Co. in the Fall of 2015.