Sometimes you can’t make it to a class, and it’s easier to work from a book on your own schedule.
A self-publishing partnership between Russ Mitchell and Kat Laurange, we produce texts to help you move and perform better, while reducing the stress and strain of daily life.
Basic Body Mechanics for Martial Artists provides a new approach for helping remedial martial arts based on a simple insight: techniques are not fundamentals. Organizational patterns of the body are.
By improving a student’s ability to organize the body for movement, martial artists can progress with significantly less potential for strain and injury.
Hungarian Hussar Sabre and Fokos Fencing : a heavily-illustrated, step-by-step guide to classical Hungarian sabre fencing, as well as how to use the “fokos,” or long-handled axe traditional to Hungary and East-Central Europe.
Contains extensive material helpful both for teachers and those who are learning without benefit of an instructor.
Love your life, but hate DFW’s on-ramps? Like meeting people, but hate driving to where they are? Want to get out of your car feeling looser and more relaxed than when you got into it?
This book will show you how you can turn a dreaded daily chore into something that leaves you refreshed and ready to “go do the thing.”
Spaceman Fitness (2020)
Beat Gravity Sickness!
Need to begin conditioning your body, but also looking for a way to move fluidly and with ease?
Spaceman Fitness provides a solid foundation for how to use your body weight to gain strength, flexibility, and ease of movement, while discovering how gravity itself can serve as an “unseen muscle.”
Klutz Therapy (2020)
Tired of feeling like a stranger to your own body? Is everything just plain hard? Want to improve your life, but the sheer effort to make it happen takes more than you’ve got left over at the end of the day?
This quirkily-illustrated comic will walk you through simple strategies that take tasks you already do every day, and learn how to make them take much less effort.