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

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Ulysses Press, 2008 - Sports & Recreation - 134 pages
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?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 Fighting transforms the ancient legend into a modern reality?an anatomically based fighting and self-defense system that allows a smaller defender to defeat a larger attacker by striking at the key points on his body.

Straightforward and easy to understand, The Secret Art of Pressure Point Fighting provides a complete overview of the body's vulnerable points and teaches how to stop an attacker as quickly as possible using a minimal amount of physical strength.


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Some of the author's research I found faulty.. I also did research and got a different response. I believe he took the word of others instead of going through the research himself. I also find fault in some of his placements for some of his points. Too many mistakes were made for me to have faith in this book. The inaccuracies I found in this book makes me want to write my own book. A lot of information the author cites comes from the American Medical Association (AMA) which less than ten percent of the doctors belong to because of their views. Remember, the AMA wants to promote their own brand of medicine and not to promote acupuncture, which is where Pressure Point Fighting originated. The author dismisses the premise of the art effecting the function of the organs and yet he seems to embrace the art so he can write a book 

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its a waste of time...

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Vince Morris, 7th Dan, has over 40 years experience in Judo and Karate training. He is the author of 14 training manuals and numerous training videos. He regularly presents seminars throughout the world to martial artists with varying backgrounds.

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