from Wish Publishing
Training Women in the Martial Arts: A Special Journey
Training Women in the Martial Arts is for male and female martial arts instructors, female martial arts students, and supporters of women in the martial arts. The book is designed to help people involved in the martial arts understand the challenges women face when training and help them create and provide appropriate martial arts and self defense instruction.
The obstacles female students face, both in and out of the training hall often go unrecognized. By educating themselves, students become better prepared to overcome these hurdles. Instructors can offer more appropriate and effective instructions– thereby retaining students and helping women achieve their martial arts goals. Most how-to martial arts books are written primarily with men in mind and women’s experiences differ dramatically from men’s. This book is written for, about and by women training in martial arts.
To order e-mail Sabum Nim Kamienski
About the authors:
in the field of Martial Arts. Her previous books include the following:
Wisdom for Mothers (Penguin Compass, 2005), The Self Defense Deck
2005), Feng Shui Your Workspace for Dummies (with Holly Ziegler, Wiley,
Martial Arts for Dummies (Wiley, 2002), Punch! Why Women Participate in
Sports (Wish Publishing, 2002), Kickboxing for Women (with Debz Buller;
Publishing, 2002), Tae Kwon Do for Women (Wish Publishing, 2001),
Sparring (with Woo Jin Jung; Human Kinetics, 2000) , Coaching Women in
Martial Arts (McGraw-Hill, 1999).
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A special thanks to Lindsey (Cricket) Brodie for being such a great cover model.