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Rating: 4.00 / 5
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How to protect your child in emergency situations: The secrets of the Green Berets officer to young mothers

by Samuel Greenberg

Genre: Nonfiction, Sport, Individual Sports, Teen & Young Adult, Sport & Outdoors
Size: 84 pages
Free download for Kindle from 24 February 2020 onward  

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Rating: 4.20 / 5
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Join Up (Island Trilogy Book 3)

by Tudor Robins

A summer at one of the poshest riding camps in the province. A hundred horses. Rolling hills ribboned with hacking trails and cross-country jumps.It could be perfect. Unless you’re Lacey Strickland, and you’re leaving Salem, Meg, and Jared behind on the island.The only thing that isn’t hard to leave is Lacey’s memory of her first kiss, delivered in a spring-scented hayfield, which sizzled, then fizzled into nothing at all.The other thing making camp less-than-perfect for Lacey? She’s not a cosseted camper, but a staff member – teaching riding lessons from sun-up to sun-down.In Meg’s first letter to Lacey, she writes: “I bet anything there’s at least one amazing horse waiting for you there. And maybe a new great – if not best – friend.”Is Meg right? Could Lacey meet a horse she’ll love just as much as Salem? And are there new friends in her future? Maybe even somebody who could give her more than just one kiss in a hayfield?

Genre: Nonfiction, Sport, Individual Sports, Teen & Young Adult, Romance, Sport & Outdoors
Size: 224 pages
Free download for Kindle from 23 February 2020 onward  

Tang Soo Do Book of Hyungs Volume I: The Five Kee Cho and Five Pyung Ahn Hyungs

by Losik Ph.D, Len

Tang Soo Do Book of Hyungs Volume I includes both step-by-step written instructions and associated drawings for learning the beginning Kee Cho Hyung Il Bu, Kee Cho Hyung E Bu, Kee Cho Hyung Sum Bu and the new Kee Cho Hyung Sa Bu and Kee Cho Hyung O Bu and the intermediate hyungs Pyung Ahn Cho Dan, Pyung Ahn E Dan, Pyung Ahn Sum Dan, Pyung Ahn Sa Dan, Pyung Ahn O Dan classical Hyungs. Also included is the author's history of Tang Soo Do and the list classical Korean Tang Soo Do Hyungs that were shared among the many Korean Kwans teaching Tang Soo Do after World War II, the relationship between Hyungs and it's animal symbol are discussed, the importance to Tang Soo Do belonging to the early Korean Kwans and the early Kwan leaders. Also included is a table of all the early Kwans and details of the Kwan's founders and many styles taught at each Kwan is included. Over 200 drawings of movements for the reader to understand each step of each Hyung making this book one of the finest and complete available for learning beginning and intermediate Tang Soo Do Hyungs. Each drawing is numbered and matches with a numbered written instruction provided. Simple line drawings are included matching Hyung movements and directions of motion for each of step of the Hyung. Also included is a high level perspective drawing of the area a practitioner moves through as the Hyung is executed. These diagrams allows the practitioner to see the Hyungs in several perspectives to better understand what the creator had intended. This book is to be used only as a memory aid to supplement the formal instructions from an experienced Black Belt Tang Soo Do Instructor.

Genre: History, Asia, Nonfiction, Sport, Individual Sports, Teen & Young Adult, Sport & Outdoors
Size: Unknown
Free download for Kindle from 22 February 2020 onward  

Creating A Foundation for Training In the Martial Arts: The Making of a Superior Person

by Losik Ph.D, Len

When considering training in martial arts, its advantageous to increase your satisfaction with your experience with the physical training will be required to complete to acquire a little academic martial arts education also to help balance your new knowledge with the physical training. To do this the author has written Creating A Foundation For Training In The Martial Arts to provide a person do just a little research about martial arts. IN almost all systems, the only information that will be provided in training will be 100% related to the physical training and their is so much or more information to martial arts than just the physical kick-punch aspects. It is hoped by the author that by acquiring an introductory academic understanding of the dynamics in a martial arts system, the physical training experience will be one that will increase a student or Instructors desire to remain training much longer. The Martial Arts community has an extremely high drop out rate and many schools work very hard to help new students acquire a love for the training as quickly as possible, however, the drop out rate remains excessively high for such an important endeavor. Martial arts can be defined as any of the traditional systems of Oriental self-defense or combat that utilize a person's physical skill and coordination with and.or without weapons, these include Tang Soo Do, Karate, Aikido, Judo, or Taekwodo that is often practiced as a sport. Martial arts are often depicted as high contact, high intensity activities. While there are certain systems of martial arts that do use sparring and high-contact, many do not. Martial arts are ranked as a moderate-dangerous sport for individuals. It is an activity that can be considered for its many benefits beyond building physical and emotional strength, muscle tone, flexibility and general health. The practice of martial arts also builds emotional health. Some of the improvements that come from practicing any of the martial arts are: self-worth, self-value, self-esteem, self-confidence, humility, humbleness, self-control, responsibility, respect and respect for others. It is important for anyone considering training in martial arts to become educated about the practice and to do their research to find a the style they value and then a qualified instructor and a program that is safe and right for their needs. Always consult with your physician, physical or therapist before beginning any physical activity or exercise program that is as potentially demanding as training in the martial arts. There are many individuals in the community who find strength, health and success in a martial arts program. The author recommends creating a list of questions to consider asking before enrolling in a martial arts program and answers provided by the author about programs and what you might expect or want to hear when considering enrolling an individual n a martial arts program. This book also includes both a large bibliography and a list of suggested reading related to the learning of and the many benefits to meditation and the spiritual aspects of the training that the first Shaolin monks received many centuries ago when martial arts training was used as a preventative medicine program. It is hoped by the author that both the beginner student and the beginning Instructor may benefit from learning from this material presented..

Genre: Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Education, Sport, Extreme Sports, Individual Sports, Teen & Young Adult, Sport & Outdoors
Size: Unknown
Free download for Kindle from 21 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 4.00 / 5
14 reviews

Off the Grid Gourmet

by Danny Gansneder

Campfire Cookery

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Genre: Food & Drink, Nonfiction, Sport, Fishing & Other Outdoor Pursuits, Teen & Young Adult, Sport & Outdoors
Size: 101 pages
Free download for Kindle from 20 February 2020 onward  

The Kwans of Tang Soo Do A New Look at Old Traditions: Korea's 20th Century Martial Arts Community

by Losik Ph.D, Len

This book is for the serious Korean martial art students, Instructors and Masters Instructor that want to know everything about Tang Soo Do's (and thus Tae Kwon Do) creation, history and evolution and Korean martial arts historical ties to ancient Korean martial arts such as Kwon Bup, Tae Kyun, Subahk and the Hwarang and to the more modern styles of Karate from Okinawa and Japan. The Kwans of Tang Soo Do includes the the dates, places and names of the Okinawa and Japanese Masters that taught displaced Koreans in Japan attending college and training in Karate Do as well as the names of the Kwan founders and the founding dates and locations of the Korean Kwans that taught the first 20th century, post war era Korean martial art called Tang Soo Do and Tang Soo Do's influence on the evolution of the post War Korean martial arts community as well its influence on Japanese and Okinawa Karate and Chinese Chuan Fa. The Kwans of Tang Soo Do explains how the Tang Soo Do Kwans became the largest and most influential organizations of the post World War II Korean martial arts community while the Japanese martial arts community was paralyzed with war crime trials by the U.S. military. The author includes Tang Soo Do's journey from the Tang Soo Do Masters of the post war martial arts community and the early Kwans in an agricultural-based Korea all the way to Tang Soo Do's journey from the dirt floors in the early 1940's era Kwans to the beautiful, Kukkiwon and Tang Soo Do's (Tae Kwon Do's) acceptance in the 1988 Olympic games. The author includes the Hyungs necessary to earn a Tang Soo Do Cho Dan Black Belt to 10th Dan Black Belt, a complete list of all Hyungs taught through the 20th century, a Hyung-to-Kata-to-Kuen conversion matrix and a 40,000 year martial arts chronology. Includes a substantial Bibliography, Glossary and Index for the readers convenience.

Genre: Nonfiction, Sport, Individual Sports, Miscellaneous, Teen & Young Adult, Sport & Outdoors
Size: 313 pages
Free download for Kindle from 19 February 2020 onward  

A Parents Guide to Children's Martial Arts: How to Choose the Right Style for Your Child

by Losik PhD, Len

If your child wants to learn to defend themselves or train in the martial arts for any reason, its imporant that the best experience be experienced for many reasons. Its confusing to know which one of the dozens of styles and schools that are usually available to choose. This is the only book you need to find the the optimum style for your child based on your child's physical and psychological traits to make training in martial arts an experience that is the best possible. This book will inform you based on your individual child's temperament and physical attributes for your child to get the best style fit as well as knowing what other styles other children have chosen and why. This book is invaluable to both the parent and their child in choosing the best style and it received the GoodHousing Keeping magazine's Seal of Approval.

Genre: Nonfiction, Health & Fitness, Exercise & Fitness, Sport, Individual Sports, Teen & Young Adult, Sport & Outdoors
Size: 128 pages
Free download for Kindle from 15 February 2020 onward  

33 Soccer Speed Drills

by Vasilis Papadakis

Genre: Sport, Football, Teen & Young Adult, Sport & Outdoors
Size: 40 pages
Free download for Kindle from 13 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 3.00 / 5
1 review

100 simple and the most effective self-defense techniques for women: Defense Yourself from any Offenders. No Training Required.

by Samuel Greenberg

Genre: Nonfiction, Sport, Individual Sports, Teen & Young Adult, Sport & Outdoors
Size: 18.71 mb
Free download for Kindle from 11 February 2020 onward  

Tang Soo Do Chang Moo Kwan: The Creation and History

by Losik PhD, Len

Tang Soo Do Chang Moo Kwan is for the young student as well as the Master Instructor that wants an in-depth understanding of Tang Soo Do's journey from the teaching of Tang Soo Do at the Chang Moo Kwan along with the many other styles of Korea, Japan and China taught there. The author provides the story behind Chang Moo Kwan's creation, evolution and history of the first Korean Kwan created after the Colonial Japanese occupation of Korea ended, World War II ended and the U.S. military removed the colonial Japanese from Korea but Korea was on the brink of yet another war that brought trained and untrained American soldiers and civilians to the Chnag Moo Kwan. The Chang Moo Kwan wasn't the first Kwan allowed to open after the war or the first to use the name Tang Soo Do as one of its styles, what the Chang Moo Kwan provided was a melting pot of martial arts styles and Instructors that allowed its students exposure to the best and brightest of practitioners across a wide spectrum of styles providing an education unobtainable from any other Kwan. The author includes the Chang Moo Kwan's travels through the new, independent post war Korean government since the 1870's, to become Chang Moo Kwan Tang Soo Do and then to become the Chang Moo Kwan Tae Kwon Do. While Grandmaster Won Kuk Lee, the founder of both the the Chung Do Kwan and Tang Soo Do was being harassed by the new Korean government for his college education in Japan and Karate and his relationship with the removed Japanese occupying force that allowed him to open the Chung Do Kwan, the Channg Moo Kwan Tang Soo Do had the opportunity to teach styles from many countries even those that angered the Korean government while the government was oppressing Grandmaster Lee. The author includes the complete story from the training at the Chang Moo Kwan in Karate from Japan, Chuan Fa from China and Kong Soo Do from Japan and Kwon Bup from Korea. The Chang Moo Kwan would become a stabilizing Kwan among all the Kwans and exert its influence over the Korean government that was secretly planning to transform Tang Soo Do into Taekwondo, separating the Chang Moo Kwan from the other Tang Soo Do Kwans whose members were often labeled criminals, members of anti-government organizations and members of organized crime for political reasons, the Chang Moo Kwan remained associated with winning recognition and the support of the Korean government and diffuse the other Kwan's often confrontational interactions and resistance to their desire and winning government support for leading the transformation of Tang Soo Do to get it into the 1988 Olympics as Taekwondo. The author includes the many classical Tang Soo Do Hyungs including the now famous Hyung to Kata conversion matrix and the descriptions of each of Tang Soo Do Chang Moo Kwan's Hyungs, Katas and Kuens. This is a good read for the serious or experienced reader of Korean martial arts to recognize the significance of each minor event in Chang Moo Kwan's long list of minor events and travels from the Kwans with dirt floors from post war Korea to the beautiful floors of the Korean Kukkiwon, Tae Kwon Do (Tang Soo Do) reward for enduring all the events leading up to 1988, when Taekwondo was Korea's national Olympic sport.

Genre: History, Asia, Nonfiction, Sport, Individual Sports, Teen & Young Adult, Sport & Outdoors
Size: 158 pages
Free download for Kindle from 11 February 2020 onward  

Odo Kwan Tang Soo Do Korea's Karate: Korea's Special Forces

by Len Losik Ph.D

Odo Kwan Tang Soo Do Korea's Karate describes the creation, history and evolution of the Korean Kwan by the founder, Grandmaster, Choi, Hong Hi who was ordered by the Korean government to unite the many privately owned martial arts Kwans after world War II so that Korea would have an Olympic martial arts sport. The author describes the Japanese style of Korean Karate Major General Choi taught as a Korean martial art. The Odo Kwan one of Korea's post World War II martial art that would have Major General Choi lose his Ambassadorship position with the Korean government, who created the first international Taekwondo organization required so that Taekwondo could become an Olympic sport. the author described how Brigadier General Choi would and become a threat to the Korean independent government that wanted to gain control of his international organization that would allow Taekwondo to become an Olympic sport. The author describes Odo Kwan's travels through the post World War II Korean government's desire to convert Korea's version of japanese karate Do called Tang Soo Do to a uniquely Korean martial art called Taekwondo and receive the Korean governments support and funding to get Teakwondo into the Olympics. The author includes Grandmaster Choi, Hong Hi's raising in japan that would later be used by government officials to get him fired from his Ambassadorship to Malaysia and replace him with other government officials who would allow full control of the international acceptance of Taekwondo that would allow Taekwondo into the Olympics. Realizing he had enemies in the Korean government after decades of working to unite the Korean martial arts community and create the first international Taekwondo organization and then be forced to immigrate to Canada and avoid his enemies in the first independent Korean government since 1870 that was searching to destroy anyone they could call a Japanese sympathizer. The author describes the entire evolution of the Odo Kwan Tang Soo Do as a political entity and its contribution to the development of Odo Kwan's creation of Taekwon do from Tang Soo Do and the international telemetry federation (ITF) and creation of Korea's World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) and WTF's Taekwondo's journey from the dirt floors of the first Korean martial arts Kwans after World war II to the beautiful Korean Kukkiwon and Taekwondo's acceptance into the 1988 Olympics. This book is for the more experienced martial arts reader and serious Korean martial arts enthusiast and not recommended for inexperienced martial art genre readers who may have inability to understand the importance of the successes a third world country that Korea was after world War II and the Korean war and its unification of the independent Korean martial arts community to overcome to get Taekwondo into the Olympics.

Genre: History, Asia, Nonfiction, Sport, Individual Sports, Teen & Young Adult, Sport & Outdoors
Size: 266 pages
Free download for Kindle from 11 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 4.50 / 5
9 reviews

Football Fundamentals: Rules, Concepts, and Strategy (2019-2020 Season)

by Matthew England

Welcome to your ultimate roadmap to finally understanding professional football. There are many books out there that try to explain the basics of this brilliant and complex game, but something always seems to be lost in translation. It's true, football can be as clear as mud to the uninitiated fan. This creates a sea of ”dumbed down" explanations that only outline the shell of a beautifully constructed and deceptively intellectual American obsession. But it doesn't have to be that way!

This is a unique guide to football that provides a smorgasbord of topics to feast on, all in an easily digestible and readable tone. Every subject is covered, beginning from the question of what it is that makes football so popular, all the way through everybody's position and job on the field, and how everyone knows what to do. All condensed into ten concise and easy-to-read chapters, with a glossary at the end for reference. When you finish, you will be able to not only understand what's happening in a game, but maybe even clarify some things for some longtime fans. For people of all ages and levels of knowledge, this is exactly what you’ve been looking for to make sense of something you thought you would never quite understand.

At just about 100 pages and packed with over THIRTY colorful pictures and crystal clear diagrams, The Casual Guide to Football will turn even the most clueless outsiders into enlightened face-painting football fans, primed to debate any subject. Without taking a turn into a snooze fest of strategical microanalysis and rote memorization, you will emerge with a taste and grasp of football that no simplified “cheat sheet” or rushed summary could ever provide. In just an hour or two, get caught up on the game that everyone loves and find out what you’ve been missing. Right in time for the 2016 football season!

About the author: Matthew England is a professional football fan, and watches as many games as possible. Like you, he was once completely lost when there was football on TV, but gradually began to learn the game and has been hooked ever since. He spends most of his free time watching highlights of football games that, regrettably, occurred before he was born.

Genre: Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Sport, Miscellaneous, Other Team Sports, Teen & Young Adult, Sport & Outdoors
Size: 137 pages
Free download for Kindle from 09 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 3.50 / 5
2 reviews

Winners of the Le Mans 24 Hour Race 1923-2018: Artwork by Alain Baudouin

by Max.M. Power

Genre: Nonfiction, Children's Nonfiction, Sport, Teen & Young Adult, Sport & Outdoors
Size: 59 pages
Free download for Kindle from 08 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
2 reviews

The Brain Surgeon's Guide to Cooking and Surviving: A Comprehensive Guide for Idiots

by Adephus Exasalian

Genre: Food & Drink, Reference, Nonfiction, Sport, Fishing & Other Outdoor Pursuits, Teen & Young Adult, Sport & Outdoors
Size: 142 pages
Free download for Kindle from 07 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 4.50 / 5
2 reviews

Soccer Travels: One man. One journal. One beautiful game.

by Drew Farmer

From Korea to Qatar, Milan to Manchester, football is a game that evokes emotion in fans the world over. Travelling the globe, journalist Drew Farmer experienced the highs and lows of football in countries with their own footballing customs. From eating sunflower seeds on the terraces of Bozsik Stadium to hanging with Atalanta ultras in Bergamo, Farmer has written a first-hand account of his adventures following the world's most popular sport. Like Bill Bryson on a football weekend trip, Farmer will take you to the places he has been, recounting them in his own cynical humour.

"Soccer Travels encapsulates the beautiful game and what it means to everyone around the world in a wonderfully authentic way. It offers first-hand insight into the varying cultures of the game and highlights how much of an influence soccer has beyond the pitch. From Kansas City to Seoul and everywhere in between, Soccer Travels offers a unique and informative view on the world's most played sport. I would certainly recommend Soccer Travels to fans of the game far and wide."

- Louis East/MLSGB.com

Genre: Nonfiction, Sport, Football, Travel, Teen & Young Adult, Sport & Outdoors
Size: 129 pages
Free download for Kindle from 07 February 2020 onward  

A Students Guide to Knowing More than Your Martial Arts Master: Academic Information for the Physical Training

by Losik PhD, Len

A Student's Guide to Knowing More than Your Martial Arts Master fulfills he author's desire to make conveniently available to the martial arts student or Instructor the analysis that will increase the student's, Instructor's and Master Instructor's knowledge and wisdom that are training at any level for those with little academic knowledge about the style or styles they have trained in for many years in the physical aspects, but have not trained in the academic aspects of their style. A Student's Guide for Knowing More than your Martial arts Master is for the student, Instructor and Master Instructor because this book is comprised of previously unpublished academic style analysis of the many style's and student's characteristics that comprises the several dozen martial arts styles included that will increase the likelihood of a positive experience that will motivate students to reach Black Belt level and Black Belts to continue to train and learn both physically and academically to Master levels. The author includes simplified and complex explanations of movements, techniques and applications that will expand a readers knowledge-synthesized by the author from the traditional Korean, Okinawa, Chinese, Japanese and American styles that are in every style including the Kata, Kuens, Hyungs and Poomsae. The author begins by exploding some of the myths of Karate, Taekwondo, Chuan Fa and Tang Soo Do as a noble martial art, and the reader can rest assured that those who take great pride in breaking boards or smashing tiles, or perform outlandish feats of stripping flesh or plucking ribs, really know little about the empty hand self defense style they purport to have mastered but are doing side show tricks. Philosophically, these people are playing in the leaves and branches of a great tree, without the slightest concept of the existence of a trunk. In his description of the styles of Karate, Taekwondo, Chuan Fa (Kung Fu), Taekwondo and Tang Soo Do martial arts, the author describes the origins of the ancient unarmed combat in China, Korea and Japan and its explosive growth from the 20th century. The author recognized the need to formulate precisely the communications and explanations between Master and student for what is being taught and why it is taught, to establish a foundation of factual knowledge rather than use self discovery that is the ancient way. The many charts, tables and graphs are not traditional physical training but they serve to establish a basis of understanding of the many aspects of every style's Instruction, thought and action, and facilitate the mastery both in the physical and academic aspects of the true requirements for the several dozen of styles of martial arts analyzed by the author. All these unique characteristics are clearly explained by charts and tables that allow full comparisons between styles and systems never available in the past Lastly, the author recalls the explosion in information by way of oral traditions from the conditions that were present post World War II and the Korean War that caused the greatest expansion in the teaching and learning of martial arts in history. No martial arts Master Instructor wants students and Instructors to read this book because it shows clearly how much more their is too learn. Most of the characteristics of the styles and the people that train in these styles are dissected by the author in this book so that reader can grasp and quantify the commonalities and differences between the several dozen styles included in the authors discussion. This is a book of high academic proportion and intellectual significance only for the martial arts community, whose primary focus is on the kick-punch, physical aspects and just as almost everything published today in an academic sense about Korean martial arts is a result of the authors previously published works over the past 3 decades, the authors wants other publications by other authors will add to this body of work.

Genre: History, Asia, Nonfiction, Sport, Individual Sports, Teen & Young Adult, Sport & Outdoors
Size: 207 pages
Free download for Kindle from 06 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 4.50 / 5
2 reviews

Their Glorious Summer

by Austin Gisriel

[Article] The summer of 1981 was indeed a fateful one for several young men who played collegiate summer ball in the Valley Baseball League (VBL) in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. For a trio of players on the New Market Rebels, it was the beginning of a journey that would see them enjoy lengthy major league careers. For three players on the Winchester Royals, Fate had seemingly propped open the door to legitimate dreams of future seasons in the big league sun as well, but 1981 would be the pinnacle of their baseball glory. It was a summer in which the team with Dennis Clow and Steve Peruso and Clay Daniel bested the team with Tom Browning and John Kruk and Dan Pasqua. Clow, Peruso, and Daniel together totaled 11 minor league seasons. Browning, Kruk, and Pasqua each played in the majors for 10 years or more.Few would have predicted the degree of big league success for the Rebel trio. Browning was almost not allowed to return to the team, Pasqua was briefly dismissed from the team, and John Kruk, well "Johnny" did not fare well when he came up against a broom-stick wielding grandma after he accidentally spit tobacco juice on her carpet.It was the Winchester Royals, founded by Keith Lupton who would go on to be named the executive of the year three times in three different minor leagues, who were the superior team. Their determination, their ability to stage improbable comebacks, and most of all their talent made the 1981 Winchester Royals one of the great summer league teams ever assembled.Set as it was against the backdrop of the 1981 major league players’ strike, the story of the battle for the President’s Cup between the Rebels and the Royals epitomizes that mix of glory and poignancy that produces such passion in those who love the game.An inspiring and easy read at only 7,000 words.

Genre: Nonfiction, Sport, Other Team Sports, Teen & Young Adult, Sport & Outdoors
Size: Unknown
Free download for Kindle from 05 February 2020 onward  

Kung Fu Training Guide

by Darin Martineau

Genre: Sport, Individual Sports, Teen & Young Adult, Sport & Outdoors
Size: 76 pages
Free download for Kindle from 03 February 2020 onward  

Kung Fu The Tai-Ju-Ki-Do System

by Darin Martineau

Genre: Sport, Extreme Sports, Individual Sports, Teen & Young Adult, Sport & Outdoors
Size: 1135 pages
Free download for Kindle from 03 February 2020 onward  

Riverplate High Series - No More Distractions: A High School Sports Romance Book

by Hannah Buffet

Genre: Teen & Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Personal Health, Romance, Social Issues, Sport & Outdoors
Size: Unknown
Free download for Kindle from 03 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 3.30 / 5
3 reviews

Michael Jordan: A Unique Insight into the Career and Mindset of Michael Jordan (What it Takes to Be Like Mike) (Basketball Biographies)

by Steve James

“Always turn a negative situation into a positive situation” - His Airness, Michael Jordan
The path to success in life is often hard—and when it comes to transforming that hardship into enduring success, it’s all too easy for many people to give up. For Michael Jordan, however, obstacles were simply a key to better innovation and reaching a new solution.

In this Michael Jordan biography, you’ll discover about the life and times of one of basketball’s most famous players and ambassadors and how you can take his secrets for success and apply them to your own life.

The muscular powerhouse dominated basketball courts in the 1980s and 1990s - and in this book, you’ll discover the training regime that built his intimidating physique while giving him the nimble gracefulness to leave opponents in the dust.

Outside the court, you’ll discover his successes and rare failures, and the mind-set he used to turn even the worst situations into something better - by applying these tips to your own life, you’ll discover the silver lining in every cloud that enables you to brush off failures as a simple roadblock to what you truly want.

With a comprehensive biography following MJ’s career from high school to the NBA - and achievements outside of Hollywood and Air Jordan deals with Nike - you’ll learn all about the creation of the Michael Jordan legend—and how YOU can become your own.

While there are many Michael Jordan books out there, only a few talks about the secrets of his success and what it takes to make it to the top.

Readers will benefit from this book by learning:
• All about Michael Jordan: his life, career, playing style, and beyond…
• His key to success both on the court and off the court
• Lifetime achievements
• What workouts he uses
• His training regimen, habits, and how he deals with failures
• Plenty of hidden gems about MJ!

This comprehensive biography of Michael Jordan is the Inside Story - it’s everything you want to know about this outstanding athlete, how he became legendary, and how he maintains his status as a legend even decades after his career began. Where so many other players crash and burn after only a few years, he has remained as one of the top players.

This book will inspire you to be the best and it will give you the steps to actually get there. As a BONUS, you’ll also receive tips for being like Mike, for developing his mindset.

This book also includes:
• MJ’s rituals, superstitions, and biggest fears
• The story behind the number 23
• Famous people that have taken their inspiration from Michael Jordan
• His basketball philosophy and techniques Jordan uses in field
• His biggest failures and how he overcame them
• Top motivational lessons that can be learned from this inspiring athlete
• And more!

Discover how you can apply a world-famous basketball player’s approach to life to your own in order to break through your own barriers and get a slam dunk you desire

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Genre: Biography & True Accounts, Specific Groups, Nonfiction, Sport, Basketball, Biographies, Teen & Young Adult, Sport & Outdoors
Size: 73 pages
Free download for Kindle from 01 February 2020 onward  

Stretching Your Limits III: Gymnastics Stretching: Build strength and flexibility for powerful gymnastics

by 14 Peaks

Genre: Arts & Photography, Dance, Nonfiction, Children's Nonfiction, Sport, Individual Sports, Teen & Young Adult, Sport & Outdoors
Size: 179 pages
Free download for Kindle from 29 January 2020 onward  

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