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The Secret Art of Pressure Point Fighting: Techniques to Disable Anyone in Seconds Using Minimal Force

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TARGET YOUR OPPONENT'S VITAL POINTS TO DISABLE ANYONE USING MINIMAL FORCE
-Over 300 step-by-step photos show each point and strike
-Written by a 9th - Dan Master and renowned expert on pressure point fighting
Martial arts lore tells of masters who possessed a mysterious ability to defeat an opponent with a single perfectly placed blow. "The Secret Art of Pressure Point Figh
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ebook, 176 pages
Published May 1st 2009 by Ulysses Press (first published May 28th 2007)
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Ariel Lynn
This author tried too hard to make his writing sound sophisticated, using big words & complicated sentence structure. He also consistently used the passive voice, which further complicated his sentences.

That pet peeve aside, there were numerous typographical & reference errors that I had to keep asking myself if I had missed something. After reviewing the errors a few times, I had to admit that I hadn't made an error finally. The author made references to meridian points that ... just di
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Mike Lester
Feb 13, 2014 Mike Lester marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Totally looking forward to this one! Think it will come in handy when I go to the grocery store.
Scott
Fantastic book about the fighting origins of martial arts. Author does a great job of seperating out fighting from sports oriented movements without showing a great deal of bias towards either. This was a great find at a book sale for me.
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