List of Best Martial Arts Books

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List of Best Martial Arts Books

Here is our selection of the best martial arts books ever published. These are our favorite martial arts books and cover a wide range of martial arts techniques, styles and kata. They will help you to learn more about your existing martial arts style and discover new martial arts systems & techniques. If you are looking for book & present ideas for children, please visit the wiki's section on martial arts books for kids.

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Best Martial Arts Books
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Judo Books

Karate Books

Kid Books - Great martial arts books for kids

  • Diary of a 6th Grade Ninja - The "Diary of a 6th Grade Ninja" focuses on a scrawny kid recruited into a Ninja clan. This humorous and highly-rated book is geared towards kids aged 9-12.
  • The Five Ancestors - This martial arts fiction series is for pre-teens and focuses on a number of young Kung Fu monks.
  • The Three Ninja Pigs - The three little pigs use martial arts to take on the big bad wolf! Very popular 5 star rated book for kids.
  • Young Samurai - This book is geared more towards pre-teens and young teenagers. Plot summary - "August 1611. Jack Fletcher is shipwrecked off the coast of Japan - his beloved father and the crew lie slaughtered by ninja pirates. Rescued by the legendary sword master Masamoto Takeshi, Jack's only hope is to become a samurai warrior."
  • Other martial arts books for kids

Krav Maga Books

Kung Fu Books (i.e. Shaolin Books)

Military Martial Arts Books

Mixed Martial Arts Books

Muay Thai Books

Ninjutsu Books

Strength Training & Conditioning Books

Stretching & Flexibility Books

Taekwondo Books

Tai Chi Books

Tang Soo Do Books

Weapons - Books on Traditional Martial Arts Weapons

Wing Chun Books

Yoga Books

Zen & Martial Arts Philosophy

Books on Katas, Forms, Patterns, Chuan, etc.

Books for Balance Training

Books for Female Martial Artists

Books - Martial Arts Books for Children

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