Nibbling On Asian History & Philosophy Series



Vital Point Strikes

The Art And Science

Of Vital Target Striking

For Self Defense

& Combat Sports

By: Sang H. Kim


“Fear is an innate or learned emotional response to factual and imagined threats. Fear is a survival mechanism, and is usually connected to pain.”

(Page 54)



Hermit Poet’s Comments: Vigilance helps us survive the obstacles in life. The problem is when the what ifs and imagined fears take over our mind and anxiety then becomes the master of our life. 




Vital Point Strikes: The Art and Science of Striking Vital Targets for Self-defense and Combat Sports


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