Self-Defense: Nerve Centers & Pressure Points for

Self-Defense: Nerve Centers & Pressure Points for

Self-Defense: Nerve Centers & Pressure Points for Karate, Jujitsu and Atemi-Waza ❮Download❯ ➿ Self-Defense: Nerve Centers & Pressure Points for Karate, Jujitsu and Atemi-Waza ➺ Author Bruce Tegner – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Stories about mysterious techniques involving nerve centers and pressure have been around for centuries Here, Bruce Tegner evaluates the myth and legend behind the so called deadly blows and the secre Stories about mysterious techniques involving nerve centers and Centers & MOBI ô pressure have been around for centuries Here, Bruce Tegner evaluates the myth and legend behind the so called deadly blows and the secrets of the fighting arts in terms of acceptable scientific evidence and the reality of human anatomy This practical guide is addressed to the student or teacher of self defense or any style of martial arts.


10 thoughts on “Self-Defense: Nerve Centers & Pressure Points for Karate, Jujitsu and Atemi-Waza

  1. Steve Scott Steve Scott says:

    Tegner was roundly criticized in his day for his books on martial arts This one wasn t so bad, however While it had a number of things I disagree with, it was an ambitious attempt to show what he thought would and wouldn t be effective as a self defense technique I give it a low rating because I thought some of his observations were off base suggesting, for instance, that karate didn t throw low line kicks , but at times he was spot on busting the myths of the death touch and the like he Tegner was roundly criticized in his day for his books on martial arts This one wasn t so bad, however While it had a number of things I disagree with, it was an ambitious attempt to show what he thought would and wouldn t be effective as a self defense technique I give it a low rating because I thought some of his observations were off base suggesting, for instance, that karate didn t throw low line kicks , but at times he was spot on busting the myths of the death touch and the like he was a skeptic before it was popular I think it s worth reading, however I wouldn t spend a whole lot of money on it, though get it used or at a library or book sale Or borrow it


  2. Caleb Malcom Caleb Malcom says:

    If you know nothing about martial arts read this book Otherwise move onto something else.


  3. Стивиян Стоянов Стивиян Стоянов says:

    Very well written Information can be understood at first hand Very useful at any stage of your life.


  4. M M says:

    hahaha mrnihil, remember this


  5. Huma Rashid Huma Rashid says:

    Moderately helpful.


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