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This is the home page for wikidrills.com, where you can post and view different martial arts drills and see how they fit together! We are nearing 1000 pages of drills, techniques, and other information of use to martial arts students and teachers. See How To Add your own drill.
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Reference Books
More information about teaching martial arts can be found in the following books on the subject.
. You can also purchase 6 of the books together in a boxed set.
We also co-authored with our daughter, The Princess and the Ogre: Martial Arts Nursery Rhymes and Fairy Tales for Children of All Ages Teaching Martial Arts: A Practical Guide (2009, Booklocker) offers readers a course in martial arts pedagogy. The book covers such diverse areas as helping students with disabilities, creating lesson plans, retaining students, NLP, and the anatomy and physiology of common martial arts injuries. (Buy Kindle Edition) The Way of the Dojo (2012, Booklocker) looks at the business side of running a martial arts school. The book covers topics such as marketing, crisis planning, accounting, internal systems, key metrics, and use of social media for martial arts schools. (Buy Kindle Edition)
Taekwondo: A Practical Guide to the World's Most Popular Martial Art (2013) is available for Amazon Kindle. The book spends most of its time on the martial arts bestseller lists. (Buy Kindle Edition) 101+ Drills to Increase Strength, Agility, Speed, Balance, and Focus and More (2013, Kindle Only) offers over 100 different ways to train. Never let your classes be boring again!  (Buy Kindle Edition) 50 Words: Key Concepts for Martial Arts and Character Education (2013, Booklocker) Martial arts is so much more than kicking and punching. This book provides a structured guide through 50 key concepts that martial artists and martial arts teachers can use to aid their training. The book includes character-building words (honor, respect, etc), key physical concepts (balance, leverage, power, explosion), words from Asian martial arts culture (zanshin, mushin, etc), and abstract concepts (art, beauty, sacrifice, etc) (Buy Kindle Edition)


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