Stick Fight, Stickfight a demo video of some basic stickfighting. This video is done by Jean Luc Grandjean and Wesley Broekhuis from Apeldoorn city in the Netherlands. Different techniques such as the 16 angles of attack, different drills, selfdefense, sparring and more is covered in this short martial arts video. This is done at Shaolin Kungfu Apeldoorn He Yong Gan martial arts school in Apeldoorn the Netherlands.
Stickfight trailer vechtsport video van Wesley Broekhuis en Jean Luc Grandjean uit Apeldoorn. Ze trainen bij Shaolin Kung Fu Apeldoorn He Yong Gan martial arts school.
The Wicki Wacki Woo ® cocktail blog will show you how to make the perfect cocktail with fun and expertise. The bartender Mark from Rostock travels the world looking for interesting cocktail classics and new cocktail recipes. https://www.wickiwackiwoo.com/
Richard and Marcus go to purchase a new Game Station 4 but it's sold out :( With a toxic obsession of videogames the duo get into awkward situations in this funny web show about videogames and relationships.
Episodes start on November 21st released each week.
Written by Robert Lamar
The Immigrants Who Built America: My Father’s Footsteps through Ellis Island. As told by his wife Linda Santiso. What would happen if you ventured to a new country halfway around the world where you could not speak the language? This was the situation faced by your ancestors as they began the quest for a new and better life. It was to be a life full of hardships and injustice. Child labor was legal, and safety laws were nonexistent. In addition to the high rate of job injuries, jobs were without fringe benefits. Immigrants toiled in unsafe work conditions for poverty wages with no hope of citizenship for twenty years. It was a life to be endured with only hopes and dreams for daily sustenance. This enthralling story will take you on a journey you will never forget! This is a story for all of us, because it is the story of our ancestors. Join Ramon Santiso Quiroga as he walks the trail of history with them the history that built America! Genre- Historical/Non-fiction
Ten years after her Blind Date With God began, Joycee is at peace with her past. She has forgiven the unfathomable and wants to share her story. Her book tells the good, bad and ugly truth of the healing process she walked through – bringing with it a strong message that anything is possible to overcome if we are willing to be honest with ourselves. It’s a riveting journey of forgiving herself and those who have harmed her. In the midst of her painful journey is where 414 Ministry was birthed. A nonprofit that empowers and equips victims to become thriving survivors for such a time as this. Find out more and get to know Joycee here- https://www.facebook.com/joyceereynolds/
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Find out more about 414 Ministry here- http://414ministry.wixsite.com/414ministry Non-Fiction/Christian
It’s inevitable that we’re all going to age, but Dr. Ronald Kaiser has discovered a way to make it enjoyable. In his new book Rejuvenaging: The Art and Science of Growing Older with Enthusiasm, Dr. Kaiser lays out the path to not only embracing our later years but making them the best half of our lives. Drawing on more than a half-century of clinical experience, and 80 years of living, Kaiser shares his simple plan to success. Find out more at http://www.thementalhealthgym.com/ Non-Fiction/Self Help
For Tortoise, winter is good for one thing: a nice long nap. Can friends open his eyes to a season full of surprises? Every year, Tortoise hibernates through winter. He assumes he isn’t missing much. However, his friends are determined to prove otherwise! Will Tortoise sleep through another winter, or will his friends convince him to stay awake and experience the frosty fun? In the follow-up to her bestselling Too Many Carrots, Katy Hudson delivers a charming picture book, featuring the fun of winter and the heartwarming benefits of friendship. Find out more at http://www.capstonepub.com/consumer/products/loud-winter-s-nap-1/ Children’s book
A Haunting Journey to Destiny- A Fictional Look at the Early Life of King David
One of the most prominent names in the Bible is that of King David, who is a significant spiritual figure in the traditions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The story of “David and Goliath” has become one of the most recognizable tropes in our culture.
The Leper Messiah, by Robert M. Levinson, takes a dark, often mystical walk through the life of this iconic figure. Levinson’s book explores the forces, both human and magical, that molded a shepherd boy into a king destined to unite the tribes of Israel. This is not a religious book. It’s a work of historical fiction that reimagines the life of King David on multiple levels.
Media contact: Scott Lorenz Westwind Book Marketing 734-667-2090 email@example.com http://www.book-marketing-expert.com Historical Fiction/Religion
This ia a trailer about a Dutch martial arts master Douwe Geluk from Apeldoorn city in the Netherlands. Douwe Geluk practises Taijiquan and has his own martial arts school were he is teaching the Chinese internal martial arts such as: Tai Chi Chuan, Qi Qong, Pushing Hands, Mindfulness and much more.
This video shows how Douwe Geluk operates
Follow a little boy who through adversity leaves behind his boyhood dream. He grows into a man and shares his childhood aspiration with his own little boy in this story that imparts a life lesson to inspire all. Open the pages of “The Greatest”, a little book with a big message, a tale of love between father and son. Find out more at http://booksbymarijanehillyer.com/book-list/
A new survey commissioned by Mucinex, the number one over-the-counter brand* in America, reveals that more than 158 million Americans (63 percent of the adult population) would try to hide being sick so they wouldn’t have FOMO (fear of missing out) on doing things they wanted to do. However, more than 206 million Americans (82 percent of those surveyed) would agree that when they see people out and about when they are sick, they wish those battling cold and flu symptoms stayed home instead. While this time of year is full of fun autumn activities and outings with family and friends, it’s also the beginning of cold and flu season, and the last thing people want to do is stay at home and battle a swarm of sick symptoms.