Seattle Martial Arts Examiner: Martial arts 'no touch' knockouts debunked

I found this online. We have published similar material, but it is interesting nonetheless.

“George Dillman is arguably one of the most popular (or at least the most heard) advocate of pressure point attacks. Some years ago, I went to a seminar in the Seattle area that featured Dillman, along with Remy Presas (the founder of Modern Arnis), and Wally Jay (the founder of small circle jiu-jitsu). Pressure point attacks are a fascinating are of study, and many are based on sound principles of physiology. However, it seems like it’s a small leap for some pressure point advocates to go from physiology-based nerve attacks into bizarre, mystical, esoteric chi-based “no touch” knockouts — which never seem to work on anyone outside the teacher’s circle of students. Personally, the only pressure point this affects is my funny bone…”

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3 responses to “Seattle Martial Arts Examiner: Martial arts 'no touch' knockouts debunked

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  3. Think I’ll stick to training the full contact kind…

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