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eBook Ultimate Dim-Mak: How To Fight A Grappler And Win epub
  • ISBN: 0873648781
  • Author: Erle Montaigue
  • Genre: Health
  • Subcategory: Exercise & Fitness
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Paladin Press; First Edition edition (May 1, 1996)
  • Pages: 256 pages
  • ePUB size: 1121 kb
  • FB2 size 1260 kb
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Grappling is not superior, just different, says Erle Montaigue, a former pro wrestler himself

Grappling is not superior, just different, says Erle Montaigue, a former pro wrestler himself. Here he takes you inside the mind of the grappler and reveals his strategy, thus taking away his edge. Learn to target the most vulnerable points and apply foolproof dim-mak sleeper holds to counter the moves grapplers will use in any no-holds-barred fight.

Its about how to fight a grappler. Never fight some one at their own trade

Its about how to fight a grappler. Never fight some one at their own trade. You must use your own art. This is a very clever book and has taught me a lot about gaining power at very short distances. If a grappler takes you down then you are fighting on his terms and best of luck. However this book teaches you how to not end up on the floor in the first place. I am actually a tremendous fan of Erle Montaigue's other books, so I was very disappointed upon reading this one. Though he claims to have a background in amature and professional wrestling, he demonstrates no knowledge of even the fundamentals of grappling in this text.

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Grappling is not superior, just different, says Erle Montaigue, a former pro wrestler himself. Here he takes you inside the mind of the grappler and reveals his strategy, thus taking away his edge. Learn to target the most vulnerable points and apply foolproof dim-mak sleeper holds to counter the moves grapplers will use in any no-holds-barred fight.
Comments: (7)
Jothris
1 star. 1 word. Jiujitsu. Gracie Jiu Jitsu has been proven to be the most effective martial art, through challenge matches, UFC fights, and street encounters. The author of this book seems to think that jiu jitsu or wrestling arts are not the best, but "different". He obviously has not trained with a black belt in Jiu Jitsu or Judo. Although he may have watched some youtube videos because some of the techniques in the book are 50% versions of some Jiu Jitsu moves. A common misconception is that grappling arts only rely on getting the fight to the ground to be effective. This is untrue. Especially for Gracie Jiu jitsu, which addresses all aspects of a fight or self defense situation. Gracie Jiu Jitsu teaches standing punch and weapon defense, ground punch defense, takedowns, submissions, sweeps, kicks, and how to deal with multiple attackers. I suggest doing more research before accepting Dim-Mak's claims of effectiveness. Here's some references, UFC 1, UFC 2, UFC 3, UFC 4. Gracies in Action 1, Gracies in Action 2. There some very compelling video footage evidence showing Gracie Jiu Jiujitsu's dominance. Also let me add I have respect for mostly all martial arts, and acknowledge that there are techniques from different disciplines that can be effective, I just don't agree with this books claim.
Gavikelv
I wanted to battle test the ideas in this book to make sure I got my money's worth. The result: It works! Highly recommended for anyone who wants to protect themselves from a wrestler on the street.
Nidora
I haven't had time to go over everything in this Book, but It seems quite excellent so far.
Mikale
Excellent
Buzatus
This book is great, and I just cant overstate that enough! This book has really good training techniques that can easily be learned from unlike many other books! how to develop your "eagle vision" improve accuracy etc. also shows 5 sleeper holds that will leave them lying! definately a good companion to add to any library. like many of mr. montaigue's books this book would be a great training guide whether a novice or advanced martial artist this book would be most benificial! know how to deal with a grappler by understanding his game and defeating him with your own by beating him before he can get you to the ground! or if he is lucky enough to have gotten you there learn dim-mak points that are easily managed from the ground by merely pinching! does not show you subnission holds, or grappling possitions. but rather how to avoid the ground in the first place. sounds to good to be true, or like someone thinking "im to good to be taken to the ground!" i know submissoins, and how to grapple. i know a little dim-mak, but i also know that if you study this book, then you will never be at a loss against a good grappler agian. A MUST READ!!
Boyn
I am actually a tremendous fan of Erle Montaigue's other books, so I was very disappointed upon reading this one. Though he claims to have a background in amature and professional wrestling, he demonstrates no knowledge of even the fundamentals of grappling in this text. He even calls the sleeper hold (which to him includes the rear-naked choke, the guillotine choke, the cross-collar choke and pretty much any other choke) "new" and "exotic", despite the fact that they have existed in formal Eastern and Western fighting systems since Medieval times, and also claims that a grappler would like to be underneath Side Control position. His "grapplers" that he demonstrate on also clearly have no knowledge of grappling: they stand far too upright in general, bend at the waist instead of the knees when going for a takedown, and throw out the most ridiculous feints. I also find it laughable that he advises one not to grapple with a grappler, then proceeds to demonstrate just that. Incidentally his demonstrations of "sleeper" holds are also laughable. He gets it right when he focuses on the carotid arteries, but his actual applications are quite loose and inefficient. There's also an awful lot of text devoted to the supposed differences between NHB contests and street situations. Experience and observation has led me to believe that this difference is minimal; nobody actually pokes out their opponent's eye in a bar fight, they throw some punches, clinch, and possibly end up on the ground, not unlike an NHB match. He also claims that there were no strikers in these early events who actually knew how to strike, which simply isn't true, as you had kickboxers and boxer such as Maurice Smith, Art Jimmerson, Bas Rutten, Kevin Rosier and so on in them. It looks to me like Montaigue saw some highlight clips of Royce Gracie and suddenly decided that he knew how to beat him without actually training with any grapplers.

The book also contains things such as the small san-sau drills, explaination of how certain points work, the beneficial principle of aiming for the neck, and an interview that is interspersed throughout the text. Though these are decent additions to the book, they are a bit redundant with his other books, and don't really have anything to do with defeating a grappler. He also makes the claim that most karate and kung fu classes aren't taught in a way that prepares people for real fights; this at least I can agree with him on.

If you want to defend yourself against grappling techniques, go take a grappling class. There's really no substitute, certainly not with this book. My primary background is the striking arts, but I'm smart enough to realize that grapplers have the best defense against grapplers. Mr. Montaigue's other books are very good, and it's a shame that this one is barely useful when it comes to striking, and actually harmful when it comes to defense against grappling. I'm telling you from experience that if you try most of this stuff against a skilled grappler you'll end up on the ground.
deadly claw
To whoever says this book is difficult and useless, Im teaching my 5 yr. old niece this stuff. Grappling is not superior, just different...How can you deny thousands of years of proven effectiveness? Supposed "no holds barred" tournaments do have restrictions against groin and neck shots.....so who is supreme? humble monks and educated martial artits who know better than to fight for EGO...............!
I get the idea that the author is a very smart man with years of experiense under his belt. The book says a lot of really smart things and I could say it was one of the best ones I've read. The problem is that between these excerpts of greatness are countless expressions of empty promises that his way is better then any other. The moves seem logical enough but I seriously doubt that even the best book could ever defeat a style. He makes constant referances to "the fools who still study Karate" saying that sparring and kata and other things are no match for training your mind for adaptability. he also talks about the UFC like a playground, with such an extreame number of rule and regulations that the whole thing is safe and stupid. I truly think that takeing out eye and neck gougeing hardly makes it a foolish game.
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