Advanced Pressure Point Fighting of Ryukyu Kempo
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Advanced Pressure Point Fighting of Ryukyu Kempo

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Precise anatomical locations of pressure points coupled with diagrams, and striking methods. personal self-defense. Has been called a must read for every serious martial artist.
Paperback, 272 pages
Published January 1st 1995 by Atrium (first published December 1st 1994)
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Rick Bauer
This is the second book in Mr. Dillman and Thomas' series on Pressure Point Fighting. It is much more in-depth than their first book, which the authors reference as laying the "foundations" of using Pressure Point Fighting techniques. This book covers significantly more material, and makes better use of charts and illustrations. Some of the theories presented by the authors on the basis of Pressure Point Strikes, as well as the reasons why Pressure Points work, are controversial within the Marti...more
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