Death Point Striking - by Erle Montaigue. Dim-mak is a system
of strikes to vital acupuncture points. Teaches martial and healing
applications of the most dangerous points, plus setup points,
multiple point strikes and neurological shutdown points. Also
provides information on QiGong and applying specific taiji postures
and sequences for treating specific ailments.
Dim-Mak: How To Fight A Grappler And Win - by Erle Montaigue.
How to counter the moves favored by no-holds-barred grapplers
and how to counter them... before the grappler takes you to the
ground. And what to do once you find yourself on the ground with
Encyclopedia of Dim Mak... the Main Meridians - by Erle Montaigue
and Wally Simpson. Combines Erle Montaigue's pressure points expertise
with that of a top Australian acupuncturist. Addresses both the
healing and martial sides of dim-mak. Every point on each of the
12 main energy meridians is examined in depth. Gives both the
combat uses and the healing uses to each and every point. It covers
not only where every point is located, but also what happens when
they are struck at different angles and different levels of force.
A prodigious compilation of data with detailed photos and illustrations...
requires study to get everything out of the book that is there.
Much of the information is written in fairly technical terms and
you may want to keep a dictionary handy as you read it.
Encyclopedia of Dim Mak... the Extra Meridians, Points, and More
- by Erle Montaigue and Wally Simpson. The companion to The
Encyclopedia of Dim Mak... the Main Meridians. Covers the
8 extra meridians, the extra and new points and much more. Explains
the significance of the extra meridians and points.
Dim-Mak: The Finer Points Of Death-Point Striking - by Erle
Montaigue. Montaigue's second book on Dim Mak.
12 Most Deadly Katas: Points Of No Return - by Erle Montaigue.
Training in 12 forms of dim-mak, based on the points along the
acupuncture meridians. Also show how to respond to attacks with
12 corresponding free-sparring techniques, or san shou.