The Ordeal. First Circle [RealRPG Wuxia Series The Way] Book #3

Mike Ignatov - 2021

Rise of Lords

Will Wight - 2021
    They are mysterious and distant, and catching a glimpse of one is privilege enough for a lifetime.Now, they have all gathered in one place, bringing their heirs and greatest students together for a competition to determine whose successor is the best in the world:The Uncrowned King tournament.

Dragon Ball Z, Vol. 10: Goku Vs. Freeza

Akira Toriyama - 2011
    And his son, Gohan, shows even greater promise. But the stakes are increasing as even deadlier enemies threaten the planet. DRAGON BALL Z is the ultimate science fiction-martial arts manga.

Immortal and Martial Dual Cultivation: Book 4 - Arrival at the Heavenly Saber Pavilion

Fiery Moon - 2018
    Only there can he learn the technique to release Ao Jiao. However, the road is strewn with peril—both from natural dangers and dangerous women—and the Heavenly Saber Pavilion is little better. Not only does he have to vie with many others wishing to join the sect for the limited slots available, but he also has to survive the machinations of those actively seeking his failure. Embroiled in treacherous elders, romantic tribulations, and internecine politics, can Xiao Chen navigate such chancy waters? Find out in this fourth installment of IMDC! Read more chapters at Discuss the novel at

Martial Arts Myths: Behind the Myths!

Phil Pierce - 2013
     Do you know the best martial art for 'real' street self-defense? Or how board breaking really works - and how you can do it? Uncover the one self-defense myth that will keep you alive! The truth behind martial arts superhumans Which is the original martial art? The truth about your inner badass The surprising reality behind everyone's favorite weapon What meditation can really do for you The secret 'trick' to Bruce Lee's One Inch Punch + Free Bonus Book! And more! From Amazon Best Selling Martial Arts Author Phil Pierce, this guide cracks open the secretive techniques and explores why we are fascinated by the unknown and the mysterious. Whether you train in Karate, Taewkondo, Kung Fu, MMA, Origami or none of these you will find this Kindle Short eye opening and entertaining. Discover the truth behind the legends - Click and Grab your copy now!

5 Rules for White Belts

Chris Matakas - 2018
    A simple conceptual framework of Jiu Jitsu for beginners seeking to use Brazilian Jiu Jitsu as a vehicle for personal development.

Peerless Battle Spirit: Book 2 - The Trial of Versatility

Supreme Villain - 2018
    He continues where the first book left off, ready to take part in the Trial of Versatility. Watch him struggle in the trial under the scorn and ridicule of every cultivator as they attempt to push him under their feet as 'trash'. Follow him as he strives to grow and become stronger, all the while wondering whether there is more than meets the eye regarding the Divine Battle Spirit?

Riluo City (Blue Phoenix Book 1)

Tinalynge - 2016
     Hui Yue soon found that within this world, strength was what determined your future accomplishments and there was no space for the weak. Embarking upon this new life, Hui Yue meets friends, experience betrayal, and starts his own journey of cultivation to overcome his limits and become strong.

Devil Plane

M.Q. Kajack - 2019
    He will find a new path to grow stronger and with it new troubles. His only way to go back to his home will be to uncover some mysteries and history about this new place.

Karate Stupid: A True Story of Survival

Scott Langley - 2014
    In 1997 it had been running for 50 years, with less than one hundred people successfully completing it – only four of which had been non-Japanese. In the same year Scott Langley was at the top of his game, a third degree black belt, captain of the British JKS National Team and JKS European and World Champion. He moved to Japan with a secret plan – to be the fifth foreigner to complete the course. This is the true story of Scott’s Journey, spanning five years, chronicling the highs and lows of facing karate’s toughest challenge and how he learnt to survive and never give in.In Autumn 2013 Scott sent this book to his Sensei in Japan for their approval. They responded immediately declaring the book to be full of lies and misrepresentations of Japan and forbade him to publish it. He was suspended for a month and then affectively expelled in January 2014. Suddenly, his 30 year relationship with Japanese karate had abruptly come to an end. This had been major a part of his entire karate life and he had dedicated himself to its values and rules, running a karate organization in Ireland for over ten years. He never wanted to jeopardize his position or damage the reputation of the group. However, unfortunately, the sacrifices he made during this true story are nothing compared to the sacrifices he has had to make to publish it. About the Author Scott Langley began karate in 1985. Showing a rare combination of aptitude, dedication and love of the art, Scott rose through the grades at a steady rate. In 1991 he gained his black belt. However, this was just the beginning. He quickly began winning national competitions and in 1993 was selected for the Japan Karate Shotorenmei national team. While at university he trained daily at his university club and under the guidance of Sadashige Kato 8th Dan. By the time Scott graduated, he was a 3rd Dan and had become one of the youngest people to win the JKS World Championships. But this was just the foundation of what lay ahead. In 1997 Scott moved to Japan to train full time at the World Headquarters. In 2000 he was invited to enter the elusive instructors’ course and after two years of intensive training, graduated, becoming only the fifth westerner to complete the challenge. He moved to Ireland with a mandate to promote the JKS within the British Isles. Within a decade Scott’s group had become the biggest single style association in the UK and Ireland and was as big at the JKS in Japan. He now teaches fulltime at

The Pyjama Game

Mark Law - 2007
    This book celebrates the Japanese grand masters who effectively defined the modern sport, examining the Samurai history that has shaped judo's unique sensibility.

A Roadmap for BJJ: How to Get Good at Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu as Fast as Humanly Possible

Stephan Kesting - 2015
    Explanations (with photos) of how to use the six most important positions in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu to dominate your opponents. How to figure out which techniques you need to learn and practice next. What the highest percentage submissions and escapes are for each position. The background you need to avoid asking stupid questions in class. My best tips to maximize your training time, and to avoid injuries on the mat. And a ton of illustrations, photos, and links to important articles and techniques you must know.

The Martial Apprentice: Life as a Student of Japanese Jujutsu

Roy Dean - 2012
    Returning to the USA, he pursued even more intense study, becoming a live in apprentice to a Japanese Jujutsu and Aikido master. This is a recollection of a life changing journey, the lessons learned by living in a dojo, and his introduction to the art of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.

The Cauliflower Chronicles: A Grappler's Tale of Self-Discovery and Island Living

Marshal D. Carper - 2010
    He quickly learns that Hawaii is not the carefree paradise advertised in brochures and finds himself feeling like a foreigner in his own country. On the mat, he experiences Hawaiian fight culture from the inside, goes head to head with BJ Penn, and struggles to overcome injuries. Off the mat, he explores the Hawaiian Independence movement and the effects of colonization, battles with giant cockroaches and centipedes, meets a myriad of colorful locals, and travels the island in the bed of the Red Baron—a rusted 1986 Mazda pick-up truck.At times sad, shocking, and laugh out-loud funny, The Cauliflower Chronicles is a must-read for both sports fans and travel buffs, showing a side of mixed martial arts and Hawaii not available anywhere else.

Ed Parker's Infinite Insights Into Kenpo 3: Physical Analyzation II

Ed Parker - 1985