Erle Montaigue – Death Point Striking Essentials Series
Contrary to common belief, the initial objective of dim mak was not the training of assassins.
It was a rigorous study of the medicinal arts that included martial skills, and its ultimate objective was to cure rather than destroy.
Here is an unfiltered, comprehensive study of dim mak as both a martial and a therapeutic art, as intended by the ancient Chinese masters.
A historical overview of dim mak and Traditional Chinese Medicine is included, as well as discussions of the physiological mechanism and medical risks of acupoint strikes, an in-depth introduction to the traditional 36 Chamber training program used to teach dim mak, and detailed analyses of the medical and martial applications of each of the acupoints on the 12 main meridians.
About The Writer Erle Montaigue was the first Westerner to get the title “Master” of taijiquan and dim-mak.
Erle was asked to train with Liang Shih-kan, the leader and “keeper” of the now practically extinct progenitor of taijiquan, the Wutan Shan System of Boxing, in 1995, becoming the only Westerner and one of only a few individuals to learn the nine qi-disruptive methods.
He is the founder and president of the World Taiji Boxing Association (WTBA), which has schools in over 30 countries.
He is widely considered as one of the foremost teachers of internal martial arts, especially taijiquan.
(Volume 1) Dim-Mak From A To Z Run Time: Approximately 90 minutes Extremely lethal 9 Dim-Mak Fa-Jing forms and dim-mak applications
(Volume 2) Dim-Mak From A To Z Run Time: Approximately 90 minutes Dim-Mak Push Hands are real-world ways of life and death.
(Volume 3) Dim-Mak From A to Z Run Time: Approximately 90 minutes Antidotes for points, places, and effects Each meridian is addressed separately (Volume 4) Dim-Mak From A to Z Run Time: Approximately 90 minutes Use reflex actions to combat Dim-mak.
There is also discussion of points and places.
Dim-Mak A To Z Volume 5 Run Time: Approximately 95 minutes Dim-fighting Mak’s skills are honed via training.
Areas of martial arts as well as healing
Dim-Mak A To Z Volume 6 Run Time: Approximately 90 minutes Small San-Sau Mother’s Application
The martial arts’ reflex area.
Dim-Mak A To Z Volume 7 Run Time: Approximately 90 minutes The Gall Bladder Meridian points How to hit them and the consequences
Dim-Mak A To Z Volume 8 Run Time: Approximately 90 minutes Every part of the body will be addressed.
Continues the meridians from Dim-Mak A To Z Volume 9 Level: Advanced Run Time: 90 minutes Completes the Liver Meridian.
Ways of making a message that have never been seen before
MTG339 Dim-Mak: Vol. 1 Deadly Point Strikes and Combinations Level: Advanced Run Time: Approximately 60 minutes A new and fascinating training area.
Fa-Jing Testing is also provided.
Dim-Mak: Vol.2 Deadly Point Strikes and Combinations Level: Advanced Run Time: Approximately 60 minutes Sticks for two and three people from Wudang Dim-Mak. Covers the ST9 points as well as their “allies.”
Dim-Mak: Vol.3 Deadly Point Strikes and Combinations Level: Advanced Run Time: About 60 minutes The Gallbladder Meridian’s GB3 point. Stick Fighting Method is quite useful.
Dim-Mak: Vol.4 Deadly Point Strikes and Combinations Level: Advanced Run Time: Approximately 60 minutes GB12 indicates behind the ear.
Boxing of “Long Har-ch’uan” Dragon Prawns Basic Dim-Mak And Combat Wrestling Level of Point Striking: Beginner Run Time: Approximately 120 minutes Two magnificent systems from the West and East.
How to knock someone out with a single medium hit How to Fight with Dim-Mak and Other Internal Techniques Intermediate Run Time: Approximately 70 minutes Combat methods such as “Eagle Vision”
The Taijiquan technique of ‘Dragon Prawn Boxing’ is also presented.
Dim-12 Mak’s Deadliest Katas Advanced Run Time: Approximately 110 minutes The methods described are quite lethal! The twelve qigong positions are also depicted. Advanced Dim-Mak & Dim-Mak Antidotes Run Time: Approximately 120 minutes
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