Humane Pressure Point Self-Defense - Dillman G. - Thomas Ch. - Book
  • Humane Pressure Point Self-Defense - Dillman G. - Thomas Ch. - Book

Humane Pressure Point Self-Defense - Dillman G. - Thomas Ch. - Book

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The focus of the techniques is gaining control or providing an opportunity for escape from a violent situation without causing serious harm to the other

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The focus of the techniques is gaining control or providing an opportunity for escape from a violent situation without causing serious harm to the other person. The information and techniques are easy to understand and very well illustrated. Not only does it cover the specific techniques but also provides additional information on the common types of attackers such as the career assailant, the intoxicated attacker, etc. From there it goes on to a discussion of the theory of self-defense, which is followed by the specific techniques for self-defense for just about every situation. In a world, where violence towards others seems to becoming the rule rather than the exception, knowing how to protect yourself and provide for an avenue of escape can be some of the invaluable and useful knowledge to have. A highly recommended book for anyone wanting to take responsibility for their own safety. Dillman, a 9th Dan Ryukyu kempo Tomari-te, is chief instructor for Dillman Karate International, an organization of 80 schools worldwide, with an enrollment of nearly 10,000 students. Dillman has studied under five 10th degree black belts from Okinawa and in 1972 he first came into touch with pressure points. It took Dillman 15 years of intense study with many top-masters and hours of medical-anatomical research to finally interpret this ancient Okinawa knowledge. Currently, Dillman travels the world teaching seminars on pressure points and tuite (grappling) hidden within the traditional movements of the old martial arts forms. 1. Principles of Self-Defense 2. Creating Advantage 3. The Pressure Points 4. Civilian Self-Defense 5. Law Enforcement Techniques Appendix 1. Pressure Point Techniques: How Safe Are They? Appendix 2. From the Book to the Street

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