IN 1899, E.W. Barton-Wright devised the martial art of Bartitsu as a process of cross-training between jujitsu, boxing, savate and stick fighting, designed to beat the fearsome street gangsters of... More > Edwardian London at their own game. The second volume of the Bartitsu Compendium provides resources towards continuing Barton-Wright’s experiments. It combines extensive excerpts from fifteen classic Edwardian-era self defence manuals, including well over four hundred illustrations.Volume II also offers an extensive collection of long-forgotten newspaper and magazine articles on Bartitsu exhibitions and contests; original articles on Bartitsu history and training; a complete course of Edwardian-era “physical culture” exercises; personality profiles, essays and more besides. The Bartitsu Compendium, Volume II is a must-have companion piece for the first volume in this series, and offers further fascinating insight into the world of “antagonistics” in Edwardian England.
The Clendenin Ski Method: Four Words for Great Skiing describes how great skiers ski. These four words alone give you the ability to master the mountain. The book is based on the success of over... More > 4,000 students in the last 15 years. Current mogul myths are presented and demystified. Also included in the book are the Keys to the Kingdom, the exercises that free you to dance on any mountain.
The second edition includes additional exercises combining keys and has been thoroughly reviewed for clarity, especially for skiers who have not yet experienced the Clendenin Ski Method. Reviews for the Four Words for Great Skiing can be found at http://skidoctors.com/method/book/reviews/< Less