Advanced Pressure Point Fighting of Ryukyu Kempo: Dillman Theory for All Systems
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.
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Kata and Pressure Points
Principles of KyushoJitsu
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acupuncture alarm point ANATOMY antebrachial cutaneous nerve application artery associated point attack attacker's BASIC TUITE bladder meridian block body Bruce Lee bunkai centerline crease cutaneous branch cycle of destruction Dillman Method element forearm forward GALL BLADDER George Dillman Golgi's grabs your lapel grasp intercostal nerve interpretation karate kata movements kick Kim Dillman knee knock knockout knuckle kyusho-jitsu large intestine lateral cutaneous nerve left fist left hand left side little finger side liver martial artists martial arts medial meridian meridian begins move muscle Naihanchi Naihanchi kata neck NOTE Okinawan opponent grabs palm facing pericardium Photo by Kim points H-6 posterior Pressure Point Fighting principles pull radial nerve Remy Presas rhomboid muscles right fist right foot right hand Ryukyu kempo SMALL INTESTINE step STOMACH straddle stance Strike this point Sweep the left Sweep the right tanden tendon thigh thumb triceps triple warmer meridian ulnar nerve wrist points yin meridian