*These principles are based upon and derived from George Dillman's teaching in Pressure Point Fighting Secrets of. Ryukyu Kempo (Dillman Karate. Available on CD in PDF format (required) + Jujitsu Mat Shoes (specify size) $35 . ^iUlU Advanced Pressure Point Grappling (by Grandmaster George Dillman. Pressure Point Fighting Secrets of Ryukyu Kempo The most cherished fighting methods of the martial arts have been preserved in practice patterns called kata or forms. Now, George A. Dillman and Chris Thomas reveal the Secrets of Pressure Point Fighting in unprecedented detail.
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It contains the secrets of our family fighting art. To most people it looks like a dance. But I will teach you to see what is really there Pressure Point Karate Made Easy: By George A. Dillman with Chris Thomas. Practical self-defense, explained in words and photos. Includes illustrations showing the pressure points used in the self-defense techniques.
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Contains photos and diagrams, and pages of step by step instruction. Chapter One: Technical Distinctions Chapter Three: Pressure Points Chapter Four: Learning Points Chapter Five: Energy Restoration.
Chapter Six: Techniques of Kyusho-Jitsu Chapter Seven: Specific Kata Techniques Appendix A: Grabbing the Wrist Points Appendix B: How to Catch a Punch Appendix C: Altered States of Consciousness. Kata and Pressure Points Chapter Two: Principles of Kyusho-Jitsu Chapter Three: The Pressure Points Chapter Four: Basic Tuite Waza. Chapter Five: Naihanchi Kata Chapter Six: History of Ryukyu Kempo Chapter Two: Principles of Tuite Chapter Three: A 10th degree black belt in the discipline of Ryukyu Kempo karate and a master of pressure point ghting, Dillman got his start in the martial arts when he was just nine years old and began judo lessons.
It quickly became apparent that he possessed a natural afnity for martial arts and self-defense, but after ve years his teacher moved away and his lessons were discontinued.
Dillman took up boxing in order to stay busy and in shape, and added running to his workout a habit that he maintained throughout his career. He gained notoriety for his boxing skills during the 12 years he spent in military service, during which time he represented his barracks in tournaments.
It was also during this time that he met Harry G.
Smith, a martial arts instructor with whom Dillman began training. By the time his military service ended, Dillman had been ranked four times as a National Karate Champion, and was consistently named among the top 10 competitors in the nation.
By , Dillman had won more than awards in all areas of karate and was enjoying a high level of notoriety. While Dillman was competing in martial arts, he also set up his own tournament, the Northeast Open Karate Championships.
He rst learned about pressure points from Hohan Soken, an Okinawan who was perhaps the most widely respected martial artist in the world. Soken was 83 when Dillman began training with him, and Dillman, who said he has always considered himself to be a student, was receptive to learning everything he could.
Dillman also studied with masters Daniel K. Pail, Robert Trias and Seiyu Oyata.
While Dillman is best known for his karate skills, he remains well known in boxing circles and claims to be the only person ever to have trained with both Muhammad Ali and Bruce Lee. His rst love, however, remains martial arts, a form of exercise that he says incorporates mental and physical aspects of tness. Just as taking a breath at the wrong time can adversely affect a swimmer, it can mean the difference between winning and losing in martial arts.
Another form of exercise that relies on controlled breathing is yoga, which Dillman said is a benecial form of cross training for those in martial arts.