Books for Martial Artists Over 50 Years Old

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Books for Martial Artists Over 50 Years Old

This section looks at books for martial artists who are over 50 years old. They discuss issues such as injury prevention, improving flexibility, balance training, etc. Also, please be aware that people over 50 take up many different types of martial arts… not just Tai Chi. :) To find books on a wide variety of different martial arts styles (i.e. Aikido, Karate, BJJ and Taekwondo), please visit the main Martial Arts Books section. At no extra cost to you, we make a small commission if you buy products via these links. Your purchase helps keep this wiki free for all visitors. Thank you for your support!



Most Popular Books for Martial Artists Over 50

  • Martial Arts After 40 - According to Amazon, "This book addresses important questions like: How old is too old start a marital art?; What type of exercises are best (and which ones are dangerous) for the over-40 martial artist?; What are the effects of ageing and how can martial arts combat them?; How can baby boomers keep up in a martial arts class full of gen-Xers?; What types of injuries are most prevalent after 40 and how can they be prevented?"
  • Solo Training 3: 50 And Older (Volume 3) - This martial arts book focuses on "developing speed, power, flexibility, good health, and street savvy past the age of 50, and continuing to train and progress for many more years".
  • Ultimate Flexibility: A Complete Guide to Stretching for Martial Arts - This stretching book is specifically targeted to martial artists. According to Amazon, this book provides "detailed instructions, workout planning guides, goal setting tips, difficulty levels, injury prevention and recovery, and over 400 photos".



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