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I’ve heard that Kapandji’s books are amazing; especially the set of 3 volumes.
What’s odd is that I know people with the e-book versions – but I can’t find them online anywhere.
There are some paperback copies available which were published back in 1988. All of which sell for around $20-$40.
There are also some more recent copies “available” that were semi-recently published in 2008. Here’s the odd thing about their “availability”, Volume 3 – starts at $385, volume 1 – sells for $200+, and Volume 2 – sells for $500+.
Does anyone know what is going on? There’s hardly any details around these books and the author other than a handful of great reviews. It seems that the new books are updated versions of the old ones from 1988 – but how does that make the cost differential that huge?
Thor, they look great!
David you are a gentleman and a scholar – Thank you very much. All of the places I normally visit for book shopping either had the same prices, or just didn’t carry anything by the author. I’ve never heard of Alibris.com, but I just placed my order.
ha you’re welcome!
Lol same here! Mine are from South Asia! 😛
They’re ridiculously good! The illustrations just do such a great job explaining every motion and force on each part of the body.
If you like these books, I highly recommend Yoga Anatomy: http://www.amazon.com/Yoga-Anatomy-2nd-Edition-Leslie-Kaminoff/dp/1450400248
Also great illustrations, but it gives a solid understanding of how and why the neuromuscular system works with not only breathing, but every other system in the body. The pdf version is pretty nice too. 😉