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Vital Pressure Points Dim-Mak

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There was once a guy who traveled the world looking for a Teacher. His method was pragmatic and effective. He snuck up on and attacked each Teacher with everything he could muster.

When he began to think all hope was lost and he would never find aTeacher, only then was the student ready.

The next test subject was such a diminutive looking fella, but the seeker still put everything he had into the attack.

The next thing he knew a doctor was leaning over him and in heavily accented speech told him he was lucky to become conscious one last time but that there was nothing they could do for him. He had been in a coma state for two weeks and the doctor told him it was the rarest of things; the nervous system completely fried as if electrocuted. They had only seen 3 other cases like it and each time the patient had eventually died without awakening, before the sole expert on this condition could be found.

The Doctor then seemed a little excited as he said this time the expert might get here in time. They had located him and he would be here shortly.

Try as he might he spent the next hour trying to recall what had happened but it was no use. The last thing he remembered was the calm look on the face of the teacher who had whirled to face him upon being attacked.

It was the same calm look he saw when the expert finally walked in; the same calm look because the expert was the very teacher he had attacked.
From "Path Notes of an American Ninja", I believe.

Credit due to the author, and I can vouch for the veracity of such a story.

As Buddha pointed out to the man who had sworn to kill a thousand men and was presently at 999 upon arriving outside town; Buddha went and offered to be the 1000th.

First he asked though to make sure the sword was sharp so the killer deftly chopped a limb from a nearby tree with a single stroke.

"Very sharp indeed", said Buddha. "You may kill me then if you will but grant me a small request first?"

"For one such as you, sir, I will do my best!", the killer replied.

"Please put the limb back on the tree."

It is said the killer renounced his sworn mission and became one of Budddhas greatest students.

Do not damage what you are unable to repair.

Dim Mak is for real, though mostly in combinations.

Learn the Life Touch of Healing as you learn the Death Touch of combat. It is easy to kill, but very difficult to give life.

I will maybe provide more videos but you will see a few of the softer combos used in the Systema videos already in the pearlrtree. You will also see these great Russian Masters quickly and deftly restoring the students vitality as well.

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US Marine Corps - Close Combat Manual: 1 - Fundamentals of Close Combat

However, all techniques can be executed from either side. The Marine is depicted in camouflage utilities. The opponent is depicted without camouflage. The fundamentals of close combat include ranges, During any engagement, these ranges may blur weapons of the body, target areas of the body, and together or may rapidly transition from one to an-pressure points of the body.

These fundamentals other until either the opponent is defeated or the form the basis for all close combat techniques. conflict is resolved. Long Range niques used. Entrenching tools. 1. Close combat engagements occur within three ranges: long range, midrange, and close range. Midrange During midrange engagements, combatants engage each other with knives, punches, or kicks. Close Range During close range engagements, combatants grab each other. 2. Hands and Arms The hands, forearms, and elbows are the arm’s individual weapons. Fists. Edge of Hand. 3. Vital points chart. Filipino martial arts Escrima Eskrima. A pressure point is not to be confused with vital points; vital points are the eyes, throat, heart for example. Pressure points are entirely different. You may cause injury or pain if you attack the vital points for you to obviously not need to know kyusho [pressure Point Self-Defence] to do this. The art of pressure point fighting or self-defence lies in being able to activate the pressure point to create a reaction; this is done by stretching the nerves and pinching them or rubbing them against the bone.

Obviously there is a technique to this and once mastered it is one of the most effective of all martial arts as it does not rely on strength or physical power to be used effectively. On many occasions I have disabled my attacker by simply stretching the nerves and causing unconsciousness. That said, I can assure you this is no shortcut in learning self-defence. So now we understand the principles of kyusho we can use a defined method to make this effective as a form of self-defence. Pressure point chart cheap deals - pressure point chart compare prices, reviews and consumer reports.

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The concept known as Vibrating Palm originates with the Chinese martial arts Neijing ("internal") energy techniques that deal with the Qi energy and the type of force (jin) used. It is depicted as "a technique that is part psychic and part vibratory, this energy is then focused into a wave".[2] Claims of practicability[edit] Advertisement for Count Dante's 1968 World's Deadliest Fighting Secrets. Best Martial Arts site,Karate,Kung Fu styles,Bruce Lee,Martial Arts pictures - Free Karate Pictures Top Martial Arts, Free Site. Atemi-Jitsu is a highly refined striking art. When applying Atemi-Jitsu techniques on an opponent, we use the Kyusho points on the limbs, body, and head to act as warning strikes to incoming objects.

KYUSHO JITSU ‘Pressure Points’