Advanced Dim Mak by Douglas H. Y. Hsieh
Meadea Enterprise (7th ed) (1995)
Highly detailed guide with illustrations and charts
Nothing polarizes the martial arts world like dim mak. Whether you use its Chinese name, its Japanese name (kyusho-jutsu) or its American name (pressure-point fighting), the result the same: People who practice the controversial martial art technique affirm the effectiveness of their methods, which concentrate on attacking vulnerable areas of the body through acupuncture points, and claim their art is an invaluable link to the fighting skills of the past. Meanwhile, critics insist that dim mak points either do not exist or are ineffective in combat. They base their arguments on the assumption that there are no documented cases of injuries from blows delivered to the points, either accidentally or intentionally, during combat. In reality, the arguments that decry the effectiveness of dim mak’s death touch are based on misinformation. Modern medical literature contains numerous articles and case studies that provide evidence that attacking the body’s vital points can result in serious injury and that such injuries can occur during real confrontations.
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