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Kick Start Your Own Martial Arts School: How to Se&hellip by Geoff Thompson
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I have recently set up a martial arts school and i have been looking for info on how to help on all aspects of running a martial arts school. In the book Talib mentions about being a black belt in martial arts but a white belt in business and i agree. My school has been doing fairly well but there is definitely lots of room for improvement. Any help i can get i am very grateful and this book has helped a lot. A very close friend bought this book for me and sent it to me as a gift and for this i am very grateful. I have bought material offline on how to run a martial arts business, alot of material is focused on USA gyms and a lot of info is either outdated or useless. Money wasted. The… Read more
Zen Jiu Jitsu: The 30 Day Program to Improve Your &hellip by Mr Oliver Staark
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
I have got to say that being a BJJ practitioner for almost five years i can identify with the Author. Based on true, real life situations i found myself in a similar situation. I have purchased many books on BJJ, from drilling books to DVDs etc and this book had an entirely different approach.

This book is more of strategy and getting the most out of your training. The programme inside this book was very interesting. The programme is 30 days and involves keeping a log and reviewing your training and progress. I found it very useful and i can really notice a difference in the way i approach my rolling sessions.

This Author has some very interesting views and i felt a… Read more
Killing Flow: 1 by Mr Barry Crowther
Killing Flow: 1 by Mr Barry Crowther
4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting, 19 Sep 2012
Thoroughly enjoyed the book, I have read a couple of Barry Crowthers books and enjoyed them a lot and found them very interesting, with many twists. This book had a different angle to what i have read previously although i did enjoy it. Alex Campbell is the main guy who trying to solve the disappearances of young children, based on his other novel Missing this book has a different approach and story line which i found interesting and a bit on the horror/paranormal side. Definitely worth a read.