The Martial Arts Woman book shares the stories and insights of more than twenty-five women in the martial arts, and how they apply martial arts to their lives. Unlike most other martial art books, the reader will catch a glimpse into the brave and empowered woman who dares to be all that she can be. Many of these women had to overcome great societal or personal challenges to break into the men's world of martial arts.
This book will motivate and inspire you to go after your goals in life and to fight through every challenge and defeat every obstacle. The Martial Arts Woman book will open your eyes to the power of the human spirit and the martial art mindset that dwells in each of us.
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About the Author
Andrea has been training in the martial arts since 1989. She continues to teach, often for free, to mentor children and adults in martial arts. She and her family have been teaching their own martial art program at a community YMCA for the past seven years for youth, teens, and adults.
To ignite her passion, and share her vision, Andrea began writing her blog, www.themartialartswoman.com, several years ago, which is a popular and candid account of martial arts and life. Her life coaching and motivational speaking information is available at www.andreaharkins.com.
Andrea eventually became recognized for her writing and was invited to be a columnist for such prestigious magazines as Think Positive Magazine, MASUCCESS, The World Martial Arts Magazine, Conflict Manager, Martial Art Guardian (UK), Martial Arts Illustrated (UK), Martial Arts Business (Australia), as well as the newspaper, The Parrish Village News.
She has been interviewed by the Sarge Approved Podcast, Martial Arts Nation Podcast, Martial Thoughts, Warrior Radio, Warriorcast, The Dynamic Dojo Radio Show, Modern Combat Masters Radio Show, Whistlekick Martial Arts Radio, Sisters in Harmony, Life is a Marathon, and Isshinryu Today.
In 2015 she was touted as a rising star by the World Martial Arts Magazine, and featured in Martial Arts Illustrated UK in 2016. In late 2016, she was on the cover of the World Martial Arts Magazine in recognition for her positivity through martial arts mission.
Andrea's positivity, martial art experiences, and writing have captured the attention of thousands of friends, fans, and followers, who are motivated and inspired by her succinct and poignant views on martial arts and life.