Kicking It

Author: Faith Hunter
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 110161627X
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Featuring stories by SHANNON K. BUTCHER * RACHEL CAINE * LUCIENNE DIVER * CHRIS MARIE GREEN * CHRISTINA HENRY * FAITH HUNTER * CHLOE NEILL * KALAYNA PRICE * ROB THURMAN New York Times bestselling author Rachel Caine has modern-day potions witches Holly and Andrew facing off against a firebrand politician who wears literally killer boots in a Texas-sized rodeo of trouble. Boot-loving Cadogan vampire Lindsey must team up with off-again, on-again vampire partner Luc when a woman from her past is targeted by supernaturals in New York Times bestselling author Chloe Neill’s all-new adventure. And New York Times bestselling author Rob Thurman features Trixa Iktomi from her Trickster series dealing with magical vengeance and magical footwear. Taking kick-ass urban fantasy literally, USA Today bestselling authors Kalayna Price and Faith Hunter bring together the best of the genre to once again prove when you’re fighting supernatural forces, it helps to keep your feet on the ground.

Kicking It

Author: David L. Geisinger
Publisher: Wellness Institute, Inc.
ISBN: 9781587410161
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Kicking a Ball

Author: Allan Ahlberg
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0723288275
Format: PDF
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For anyone who can't see a ball without wanting to kick it, head it, shoot it, or boot it! 'Not eating an ice-cream Or riding a bike No - kicking a ball Is what I like.' 'What I like best, yes, most of all in my whole life is . . . kicking a ball. A wonderful rhyming story, with narration by Allan Ahlberg himself, Kicking A Ball will not disappoint. First written as a poem, the little boy in the story has been brought to life perfectly by artist Sebastien Braun. Every parent will be able to immediately relate to the simple joy felt by a boy simply kicking a ball, and how there is nothing else quite like it. The incomparable Allan Ahlberg takes us on a journey from childhood to fatherhood full of humour, warmth, friendship . . . and football.

Kicking It for the Girls Taekwondo

Author: Shayley Press
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781726232401
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Pink and white journal cover with a funny saying for girls who do Taekwondo martial arts and silhouette of a girl in a kicking stance. Ideal for girls who are taking classes in the skills to write down useful information and chart their progress as they try to obtain a black belt. Cool gift also for older students who want to keep a journal covering all their expectations, competitions and achievements The book has 150 blank pages of dot grid journal paper which is very flexible and can be used for drawing sketches, diagrams or just writing to create your own bullet style journal or use as a note book. Many people like the simplicity of connecting the dots to make boxes, tables and so on.

Complete Kicking

Author: Sang H. Kim
Publisher: Turtle Press
ISBN: 9781934903131
Format: PDF, Mobi
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This is a comprehensive guide to the kicks of Taekwondo from white belt to black belt and beyond. Sang H. Kim shares his expert knowledge of fundamental, jumping, spinning and multiple kicks. You will get in-depth instruction for over 40 kicks, including the purpose of the kick, key points to pay attention to when practising, step-by-step execution of the kick, the best targets for each kick, applications for sport fighting and self-defence, plus the most common kicking mistakes and how to fix them. As you progress, you'll also learn exercises designed to improve your kicking flexibility, power, speed and balance. This book goes beyond the basics and explains the concepts behind awesome kicks including how to generate power using your whole body in every kick, how to generate maximum impact, how to use body mechanics to kick higher, and how to get the most out of every practice session. This is the ultimate reference for martial artists of all styles who want to master the art of kicking. Kicks included: Front Kick; Roundhouse Kick; Side Kick; Knee Kick; Raising Kick; Outside Crescent Kick; Inside Crescent Kick; Axe Kick; Whip Kick; Twist Kick; Pushing Kick; Flying Side Kick; Back Kick; Turn Kick; Spin Whip Kick; Hopping Kicks; Jumping Kicks; Jumping Spin Kicks; Multiple Kicks; Combination Kicks.

Complete Guide to Kicking Punting

Author: Brent Grablachoff
Publisher: Kicking World
ISBN: 0988829703
Format: PDF, ePub
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Coach Brent Grablachoff teaches you the art of kicking and punting in this comprehensive instructional kicking book. Learn a proven step by step process of kicking quality field goals, kickoffs, punts, and onside kicks. Improve your kicking and punting form, technique, and fundamentals. Increase your distance, height, accuracy, and confidence! He teaches you stretches, workouts, and leg speed & strength exercises. Learn new kicking drills, practice routines, recruiting advice, secrets to optimize your equipment, and even tips on mastering the ‘mental game.’ The Complete Guide to Kicking & Punting is the best and most ‘complete’ instructional football kicking book available!

Kicking at the Darkness

Author: Brian J. Walsh
Publisher: Brazos Press
ISBN: 1587432536
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Bestselling author Brian Walsh engages with the theologically rich catalog of musician Bruce Cockburn in an effort to ignite a renewed Christian imagination.

Kicking In

Author: Richard Wirick
Publisher: Soft Skull Press
ISBN: 1593763689
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Narcotic euphoria meets the demands of everyday life in Richard Wirick’s brilliant new collection of interlocking stories. Whether depicting a Valium-fogged lawyer representing a car painter who cooked a client in his kiln, or revealing a Gulf War orderly’s drift in and out of morphine dreams during an aerial Medevac surgery, Wirick’s stories are rich with the social contexts in which sedation’s acolytes emerge, come forward to flourish, and then often violently explode or fade away. With a finesse that invigorates and then jars the reader, Wirick maneuvers between narratives of shimmering hallucinations and ecstatic mood-peaks. But Kicking In is not just another drug book. A gut punch to the notion that the drug war stems from society’s fringe element, Wirick shines a light on the ways presumably democratic governments use depressants and stimulants to keep selected segments of the population marginalized and disenfranchised. The result is a masterful collection — a vividly terrifying yet startlingly prosaic consideration of the varieties of drug users’ experience with what Coleridge called “the milk of Paradise.”