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The 36 Deadly Bubishi Points
The Science and Technique of Pressure Point Fighting - Defend Yourself Against Pressure Point Attacks!
By (author): Rand Cardwell Foreword by: Patrick McCarthy
9780804850247 Paperback, Trade English SPORTS & RECREATION / Martial Arts & Self-Defense Mar 05, 2019
$19.95 CAD
Active 6 x 9 x 0.58 in 224 pages Over 96 b&w photos & illustrations Tuttle Publishing
Learn how to target the weaknesses of an attacker and effectively exploit them in order to defend yourself.The 36 Deadly Bubishi Points gives detailed explanations on how the pressure points of traditional Chinese medicine found in theBubishi, the venerable "Bible of Karate," are used in attacking an opponent and how to defend yourself against such attacks. This book closely examines these vital points and the science behind them.

While much has been written about the vital points and their medicinal importance, thanks to the popularity of practices such as acupuncture, martial research on the subject has been lacking. Cardwell discusses the vital points from the perspective of an experienced martial artist—including how the body's vital points are related to the 8 extraordinary vessels and 12 meridians which circulate energy throughout the body.

Through detailed step-by-step instructions and over 96 photographs and illustrations,The 36 Deadly Bubishi Points shows how this knowledge can be employed in self-defense. Respond to an attacker by employing these ancient methods in modern, violent situations.

Rand Cardwell has studied numerous disciplines for over 20 years and is an expert on the application of traditional Chinese medicine to the martial arts. He is a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps and a certified instructor of Isshin-ryu Karate, Ryuku Kempo and Torite-Jutsu.

Patrick McCarthy is a 9th Dan and recognized as one of the foremost authorities on the civil fighting traditions of Okinawa. His translation ofThe Bubishi is considered the definitive version.

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