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Advanced Dragon's Touch: 20 Anatomical Targets and Techniques to Take Them Out (Martial Arts) Paperback – 1 Nov 1995
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There isn't the physiological depth that I would have liked, but the basics are there from which you can build an interest in fighting anatomy. I do recommend this book as a method of understanding your target selection when fighting, but I am reluctant to recommend this book if you are planning to learn fighting styles from it.
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Many people seem to think Master long is not legitimate because his books are sometimes too simplistic. Based on what I've read I do believe He is a good, authentic practitioner, just not very good at explaining concepts in books. His anatomic explanations of targets are good and more detailed and accurate than most other masters that I've seen. His explanation of techniques however, is a bit lacking.
What is this book good for?: it makes a good quick reference for vital structural targets and can deepen your understanding of what you are actually doing when you strike targets like the mandible or temple. And there is more to it than just another pressure point guide. There are several compound targets that are also Simpler Bigger and more reliable than just nerve points.
The book is not too long And doesn't over complicate the material for the veteran practitioner. But without some good knowledge of striking technique and fighting application a novice Reader will not be able to make the most out of this book.
Master Dutch Hinkle, author of "Secret Buttons of the Hand: -21- Attack Stopping Pressure Points of the Hand"