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Tag Archives: death touch

Bill Wallace on the Death Touch and Other Martial Arts Myths

Monday, November 10th, 2014

The kickboxing champion and longtime Black Belt columnist takes on dim mak, the reverse punch, women’s self-defense and other controversial martial arts topics!
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Posted in Bill Wallace.

The Nature and Origins of Chi Power in Wing Chun Kung Fu Training

Monday, December 16th, 2013

Wing chun kung fu grandmaster William Cheung delves into chi, human pressure points, meridians and energy flow as it relates to wing chun kung fu training in this excerpt from his vintage book, How to Develop Chi Power.
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Posted in Wing Chun.

Department of (Self)-Defense: Military Training and the Martial Arts

Monday, March 21st, 2011

A military branch commissions an expert to create a high-tech weapon that uses an electronic pulse to wipe out the enemy’s computer chips and thus reduce the amount of deadly force needed—and blood shed—during combat. In addition, he’s asked to develop nanotechnology (tiny computers that can be injected into the body) and ultrasensitive lie-detection devices.
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Posted in Aikido, Combatives, Dim Mak, Japanese Martial Arts, Karate, Law Enforcement Training, Self-Defense Experts.