Tae Kwon Do for Women (英語) ペーパーバック – 2001/5/15
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Tae Kwon Do for Women focuses on helping women emphasize their strengths and improve their weaknesses in martial arts practice. Some of the challenges that women in the martial arts face are not relevant to men, and many of the inherent skills that women have (speed, agility) are often overlooked in traditional how-to books. Tae Kwon Do for Women is intended to correct that problem. Beginner, intermediate and advanced practitioners will all find helpful information. The book covers principles, techniques and drills for the Tae Kwon Do practitioner, written with women specifically in mind. The book includes more than 400 photographs and a complete resource directory.
Jennifer Lawler, a full-time freelance writer, was born in Silver Spring, Maryland, but spent most of her life in the Kansas City area. For the past ten years, she has lived in Lawrence, Kansas. She earned a Ph.D. (medieval English literature) from the University of Kansas in 1996. She had previously earned a MA and a BGS from that institution. For six years, she taught English at the college level, before pursuing a writing career. Since 1996, she has been a full-time freelancer, and has written numerous books about sports, popular culture and travel. Her books have been reviewed in Library Journal, Independent Publishers, and Martial Arts Training.