Tuite - Dillman G. - Book
  • Tuite - Dillman G. - Book

Tuite - Dillman G. - Book

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This third book of George Dillman deals with the art of pressure-point fighting in grappling applications. The old art of Ryukyu kempo can be divided into
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This third book of George Dillman deals with the art of pressure-point fighting in grappling applications. The old art of Ryukyu kempo can be divided into two interrelated aspects. These are kyusho-jitsu and tuite-jitsu. Kyusho-jitsu is the art of attacking pressure points. Tuite-jitsu (tuite means ''grasping hand'') is an art devoted to controlling or injuring an opponent by the manipulation of the joints. The key to tuite-jitsu is the manipulation which takes place before the joint is locked out. Tuite-waza (waza means ''combat technique'') apply a variety of strategies to neutralize the body's ability to protect the joints from injury. Once this is accomplished, the joint is completely vulnerable and can be locked or dislocated with minimal effort. In Ryukyu kempo Kyusho-jitsu and Tuite-jitsu are interrelated in two ways. First, a self-defense method will involve both kyusho-waza and tuite-waza in rapid succession. Second, the most important means of neutralizing the natural defenses of a joint is to stimulate the pressure points which control the joint. So, attacking vital points - which is the definition of kyusho-jitsu - is central in tuite-jitsu. 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. History of Ryukyu Kempo 2. Principles of Tuite 3. The Pressure Points 4. Basic Tuite-waza 5. Tuite Defense Against Simple Assaults 6. Tuite Defense Against Complex Assaults 7. Advanced Concepts in Tuite 8. Tuite as Bunkai Appendix: Point Striking Hand Configurations
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