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The Brutal Art Of Ripping, Poking & Pressing Vital Targets

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There is nothing pretty or clean about brawling. It hurts, itas frightening, itas brutal and itas ugly. If you accept the fact that all fighting is dirty all the time, then you must take advantage of every dirty trick you can muster. Thatas where this book comes in.

The ripping, poking, pinching and pressing techniques in this book emphasize quick, vicious delivery to the
Paperback, 284 pages
Published October 1st 2006 by Paladin Press
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Miroku Nemeth
In self-defense and combat without "gentleman's rules", there is no such thing as fighting fair. Some very good techniques in this book, for when you need to use them. If you look at what is banned in, say, the UFC, well, go down the list...all of the things that are mentioned can be very useful in real street fighting or in self-defense situations. Some of the techniques are devastating, others are good to buy you enough time to create an opening for other techniques or to remove yourself from ...more
Simple, unique and effective techniques with great photo illustrations.
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Loren W. Christensen is a Vietnam veteran, retired police officer, a martial artist since 1965, and a prolific author of books and magazine articles.

As a writer, Loren has penned over 45 books and dozens of magazine articles on a variety of subjects. While his target audience is most often what he calls “the warrior community” – martial artists, cops, soldiers – his writing has become popular amon
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