Ultimate Fitness through Martial Arts

An excellent addition to any martial artist’s library. No matter what your style or even if you’re just trying to get in shape to join a school, you’ll find something to learn and to explore.
— Action Martial Arts Magazine

Ultimate Fitness through Martial Arts is a classic one-stop reference for martial arts students, instructors and coaches that includes over 200 martial arts exercises, games and drills for developing speed, power, flexibility, timing, coordination, agility, balance, and mental strength. 

Save hours of workout time by doing only the exercises that produce maximum results. Learn to plan your personal workout and track your progress in every area.

  • Variations for individuals, partners and groups 
  • Detailed explanations of fitness concepts 
  • Injury prevention 
  • Diet and nutrition 
  • Beginner, intermediate and black belt workout plans 
  • Exercise cautions 
  • Martial arts applications for all exercises 
  • Instructor guidelines 
  • Organized for easy reference 

Author: Sang H. Kim

Editions: Kindle, Nook, iPad, Android, Softcover


Martial Arts Instructor's Desk Reference

Includes updated, revised versions of special reports formerly published by Turtle Press:

  • 250 Ways to Make Classes Fun and Exciting 
  • 100 Low Cost Marketing Ideas 
  • Hosting a Successful Martial Arts Tournament 
  • Teaching Difficult Children 
  • Publicity for the Martial Arts School

The Martial Arts Instructor's Desk Reference is your guide to advanced teaching concepts and martial arts school administration. Author and veteran martial arts instructor Sang H. Kim covers a wide range of essential topics for the professional martial arts instructor including:

  • teaching children with ADD, behavioral problems and learning disabilities 
  • creating lesson plans and teaching specific curriculum elements 
  • combating boredom through hundreds of drills and training ideas 
  • marketing, advertising, publicity, staffing and customer service 
  • instructor training and evaluation 
  • tournament management 

Based on our popular special report series, this book brings together a wide range of essential topics.

Author: Sang H. Kim

Editions: Kindle, Nook, iPad, Android, Softcover


If you are thinking of opening a school or just starting a martial arts program of any kind, I would suggest you read this book FIRST! Then keep it handy!
— A. Duke

Martial Arts Drills

I’ve used some of the drills and the students all enjoyed them.
— Sifu Bates

Looking for martial arts drills? Martial Art Drills has over 300 martial arts drills and games for individuals, partners and groups. 

This concise e-book is divided into six categories, making it easy to quickly find the type of drill, game or idea you're looking for:

  1. Conditioning: Fun ways to strengthen, stretch and condition the body
  2. Basic Movements: New ideas to take the repetition out of practice including drills for individuals, partners and groups
  3. Self-Defense: Exciting drills to make self-defense practice more realistic
  4. Forms: Unique ways to reduce boredom on the road to perfection
  5. Sparring: Exciting tips to pump up sparring practice
  6. Mental Training: Unique suggestions for training the mind with the body

Excerpted from the Martial Arts Instructor's Desk Reference 

Author: Sang H. Kim

Editions: Kindle, Nook, iPad, Android,