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Chris Thomas is a world renowned instructor of pressure point method, classical Okinawan martial arts and classical Chinese kung fu. He is a writer, whose articles on martial arts have been published around the world. Chris Thomas and his teacher, George Dillman, have written the definitive books on pressure point fighting.

Rip Pressure-Point Expert Ed Lake Dies

The martial arts community lost one of its leading exponents of pressure-point fighting, aka kyusho-jitsu, on September 28, 2014, when Ed Lake died of...

Immobilization Makes Pressure Point Techniques Work

In the martial arts community, those who practice kyusho-jitsu (pressure-point fighting) are often subjected to criticism. It all started when their self-defense method was...

Pressure Point Techniques: How Safe Are They?

A team of doctors try to find out! From the time George Dillman began to demonstrate kysho-jitsu (pressure point fighting), which he learned from Hohan...

Karate-do Punch vs Karate-jutsu Punch

PURE PUNCHING POWER Karate-do Punch vs Karate-jutsu Punch   In this article a Medical Doctor Examines Karate-Do and Karate-Jutsu to find out which system has a better...

Yin and Yang: The Significance of Gender in Karate Pressure Point...

One day George Dillman called me and said, “Weave been teaching women incorrectly!” Most martial artists will only reluctantly admit when they are wrong;...

Isshin-ryu and Pressure Point Fighting

Is the Venerable Style of Karate Really Designed to  Assault an Attacker's Meridians? When traditional karate practitioners are introduced to pressure point fighting and shown how...

Pressure Points in Shotokan Karate

Pressure Points in Shotokan Karate from Shotokan Karate Magazine, July, 2004 - There is a well known photo of Gichin Funakoshi in his 80’s performing...

Redundancy: The Secret to Idiot-Proofing Your Martial Art

The secret to idiot proofing your martial art lies in learning Pressure Point Techniques. Among the most important elements of the traditional martial arts are...

Relax Kung Fu Practitioners

I practice karate (Ryukyu kempo and Isshin-ryu) and tai chi chuan. Most people think of me as a karate guy. So, I find it...

Pressure Point Fighting in Tai Chi

In the early 80's, I wrote some articles about tai chi. After one of them, a letter to the editor from a tai chi...

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