How to Win a Fight: A Guide to Surviving Violence, Penguin/Gotham, 2011
His work has also been included in other authors' books (e.g.,Ask an Expert, Fighter's Fact Book 2, Wicked Wisdom).
His articles have appeared in prestigious publications
such as International Ryukyu Karate-jutsu Research
Society Journal, /Fighting Arts/, /Traditional
Karate/, /Clarion Reviews/, /Gospel Martial Arts
Union/, /Jissen/, and /ForeWord Magazine.
Lawrence has been interviewed by Le Matin
Newspaper Switzerland), Practical Taekwondo
Magazine (United Kingdom), Traditional Karate
Magazine (United Kingdom), and Police Magazine
(United States), among other publications.
Jujitsu: Basic Techniques of the Gentle Art, 2011
Jujitsu Figure-4 Locks: Submission Holds of the Gentle Art, 2009
Advanced Jujitsu: The Science Behind the Gentle Art, 2006
Jujitsu Nerve Techniques: The Invisible Weapon of Self Defense, 2001
Jutte: Power of 10 Hands Weapon, 1987 [out of print]
Jujitsu: Intermediate Techniques of the Gentle Art, 1985
Budoshin Jujitsu Black Belt Home Study Course [8-dvd set], 1993
Go to www.budoshin.com/dvdncd.htm for more videos
Basic Karate, A Handbook, 1981
Beyond The Black Belt: Secrets of Advanced Karate Ranks,
The "Myth" of Hip Power. Shotokan Karate Magazine, April
2003 issue 75
Kane, Lawrence and Wilder, Kris. How to Win a Fight: A Guide to Surviving Violence by New York, NY Gotham Oct 4, 2011
Kane, Lawrence and Wilder, Kris. The Little Black Book of Violence: What Every Young Man Needs to Know About Fighting. Boston MA: YMAA Publication Center 2009
Wilder, Kris. The Way of Sanchin Kata: Application of Power. Boston MA: YMAA Publication Center 2007
Kane, Lawrence and Wilder, Kris. The Way of Kata: A Comprehensive Guide for Deciphering Martial Applications. Boston MA: YMAA Publication Center 2005
Wilder, Kris. Lessons from the Dojo Floor. Bloomington, IN: Xlibris Corporation 2003
Wilder, Kris. The Way of Martial Arts for Kids: Getting the Most out of Your Training. Concord MA: Infinity Publishing 2008
Wilder, Kris. Sanchin Kata: The Battles Kata (DVD) Boston MA: YMAA Publication Center 2010
Wilder, Kris. 121 Killer Appz! Fighting Applications From Goju-Ryu Karate (DVD). Missoula, MT. Aiki Productions LLC Aiki Productions. 2010
Yiannakis, A. Sources of Power Generation in Traditional Jujutsu and the Development of Ki . Website publication (April 2011)
Yiannakis, A. & Yiannakis, L. What Is Traditional Jujutsu? Origins, Derivations & Modern Applications. Website publication, 2011
Yiannakis, A. About MMA and Classical Jujutsu Types of Fighting: Some Major Differences. Unpublished paper (December 2010)
Yiannakis, A. & Yiannakis, L. The True Meaning of Ju in Judo and Jujutsu. Website publication (September 2010)
Yiannakis, A. The Biomechanics and Psychology of Kuzushi. Unpublished paper (February 2010)
Yiannakis, A. Achieving Focused Power (Shuchu Ryoku). Website publication (March 2008)
Yiannakis, A. Principles of warm-up for judo and jujutsu. Website publication (May 2006)
Yiannakis, Kane, Han and Lyras. A Comparative Study of the Effects of Physical Activity on Mood. Presented at 2004 Pre-Olympic Scientific Congress, August 2004, Thessaloniki, Greece
Yiannakis. The Meaning and Significance of Athletic Contests in the Homeric Age. Invited major presentation at international history conference on Bronze Age Lacedaemon, Pelana (nr. Sparta) Greece, July 2004
Yiannakis, Kane and Tomporowski (2004). Comparative effects of martial arts training on mood. Paper presented at annual NAPEHE conference, Clearwater, (January)
Yiannakis, Kane and Tomporowski (2003). Martial arts training and empowerment. Paper presented at 5th International Conference on Education, Athens, Greece (May 23-24)
Yiannakis & Tomporowski. Effects of martial arts training on mood. Presented at 10th World Congress of Sport Psychology, Skiathos Island, Greece, June 2001
Attle, S. & Yiannakis, A. Differentiating characteristics of participants in four martial arts. Paper presented at annual conference of NASSS, Toledo, Nov. 1992.
Yiannakis, A. Understanding and predicting violence in sport: strategies and applications. Invited presentation, 2nd Panhellenic Conference in Sport Psychology, Greece, October 1992.
Yiannakis. Some sociopsychological predictors of superior athletic talent. Invited presentation, 2nd Panhellenic Conference in Sport Psychology, Athens, Greece, October 31, 1992.
Gibson, H., Attle, S. & Yiannakis, A. The relationship between leisure activities and need satisfaction: A preliminary investigation. Paper presented at Northeast Recreation Research Conference, Saratoga Springs, NY, April 6-7, 1992.
Yiannakis, A. A multi-stage model of violence in sport: Intervention strategies in crowd control. Major presentation (by invitation) at First International Conference on Sport Management, Tulane Univ., New Orleans, April 9-12, 1992.
Attle, S. & Yiannakis, A. Persistence and attrition in the martial arts: A logistic regression model. Presented at meeting of North Amer. Society for Soc. of Sport, Denver, 1990
Attle, S., & Yiannakis A. (1986). Various Characteristics of Beginning Students in University of Connecticut Martial Arts: An Exploratory Study. Unpublished paper, University of Connecticut.
The Good China Syndrome in Judo
Publications with Hot Links
Yiannakis, Linda. Judo As Moral Education - Part I. Classical Fighting Arts Magazine, Vol. 2, #23, Issue 46
Yiannakis, Linda. Two Favorite Goshin Jutsu and Wa Shin Ryu Techniques. In Asian Martial Arts: Constructive Thoughts & Practical
Applications. M. DeMarco (ed), 2012 (Via Media Publishing).
Yiannakis, Linda. A Taxonomy of Principles Used in Judo Throwing Techniques. Journal of Asian Martial Arts, Vol. 20, #3, 2011)
Olympic Judo Video with Linda Yiannakis, Mark Fraser and John Haaf, Sandia Judo Club
Yiannakis, Linda. Writer & Director, video series Core Throwing Techniques of the Kodokan Judo Syllabus, Vols I (Dai Ikkyo) & II (Dai Nikyo), 2001.
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